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Yoko Inoue has received a grant from the Japan Foundation for an exhibition project, Tea Taste Democracy and Upside Down Objects, at SPACES in Cleveland, Ohio, where she is currently as an artist-in-residence. 

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Yoko Inoue's class addresses issues of hunger in the town of Bennington through public action, and fosters a new environment in which community between residents and students can develop. 

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Visual arts faculty member Yoko Inoue was one of ten artists selected to receive a $25,000 grant from the Anonymous Was A Woman Foundation. The unrestricted grant enables women “at a critical juncture in their lives or careers to continue to grow their work,” according to the Foundation. Inoue is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work includes sculpture, installation, collaborative projects, and public intervention performance art.

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The New York Foundation for the Arts has awarded faculty member Yoko Inoue a Fellowship in Crafts/Sculpture. The $7,000 fellowships are awarded to individual artists living and working in New York State and are intended to fund an artist’s vision or voice. See their website for more information.