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Tai Dang /biography


Tai Dang was born in Vietnam. Educated in California. 

Tai special interest in site-specific performance. In New York Tai received many public grants 

to produce project out door and abandon site. He presented his work in the US and Canada. 

Tai's traveling photography capturing the beauty around the world.


BFA, Painting & Photography, California College of Arts, Oakland, CA 



2006 Tangle Grants for Art in Public Space from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council with generous

support of The September 11th Fund.

2001 Artist’s Fellowship (Multi media-disciplinary work) from New York Foundation for the Arts

2002  Now and then, You put your hand over Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church, NYC

1996 Artist’s Fellowship (choreography) from New York Foundation for the Arts

1996 Have Red Ever Green  Work and Progress at the Guggenheim Museum produced by Mary Sharp Cronson

with major funding for the series was provided by Philip Morris Companies Inc.

1996 Have Red Ever Green  Columbus Park OnSITE/NYC commissioning fund from Dancing in the Street with

major support in part from JoyceMerztz-Gilmore Foundation and The Emma A. Sheafer Charitable Trust

1994 Chronically Here, was supported in part from Angel Orensanz Foundation

1993 RE were supported by the Association for VietArts, the Arts Council of Santa Clara County, 

the Community Foundation of Santa Clara County, California Arts Council and the San Jose Arts Commission.

 The Western Front special Grant from the City of Vancouver 1993 RetitledCross Cultural Fund in part of Canada council.

1993 The Falling Cow, Contact: Cultural change, Alternative perspectives program from American Museum 

of Natural History was funded in part by Chase Manhattan Bank, Citibank, and gifts from Samuel 

and May Rudin Foundation, The Henry Nias Foundation, Vidda Foundation, and the family of Federick H. Leonhardt.

1992 You Are Here was sponsored by Bronx Council on the Arts.

1992 RE in New York was supported in part by Asian American Arts Center.

1991 Come Let's View Snow Until We're Buried, was supported in part by a grant from the

New York State Council on the Arts.


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