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DEPARTMENT THE TREASURY 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20220 
FOIA No.: 2013-05-191 OASIS No.: CT-647483 JUN 2013 
Justin McCarthy Judicial Watch 425 Third Street, Washington, 20024 
Dear Mr. McCarthy: 
This letter our final response your Freedom oflnformation Act (FOIA), U.S.C.  552, request, dated April 2013, the Office Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). You requested all records concerning, regarding, relating Cuba travel Beyonce Knowles-Carter's and Shawn Corey "Jay-Z" Carter from March 31, 2013 through April 2013. 
Please advised that has conducted search its records and found pages responsive records. Portions several pages are exempt from disclosure pursuant exemptions 
(b)(4) and (b)(6) the FOIA. 
Provisions the FOIA allow recover part the cost complying with your request. this instance, fees have been assessed. 
You may appeal our final decision, writing, within days after the date this letter the Freedom oflnformation Act Appeal, Disclosure Services (DO), Department the Treasury, Washington, 20220. The deciding official for appeals the Director, Office Foreign Assets Control. Please include with your letter appeal copy this response letter. Please reference FOIA case number 2013-05-191 all future correspondence. Copies the 
FOIA and Treasury regulations are available 

The Office Government Information Services (OGIS) also mediates disputes between FOIA requesters and Federal agencies non-exclusive alternative litigation. you are requesting access your own records (which considered Privacy Act request), you should know that OGIS does not have the authority handle requests made under the Privacy Act 1974. you wish contact OGIS, you may email them ogis@nara.gov call 1-877-684-6448. 
Enclosed are information sheets pertaining the FOIA exemptions and your right administrative appeal. 

Mr. McCarthy you need contact our office about this matter, please email call our FOIA Requestor Service Center (202) 622-2500, 
option Please reference FOIA No. 2013-05-191 all communications. 

Assistant Director, Information Disclosure  
Office Resource Management  
Office Foreign Assets Control  
Enclosures: Exemptions under the FOIA Administrative Appeal Rights Responsive Documents (32 pages)  

FOIA 

Exemptions 

Definitions the Exemptions Under the Freedom oflnformation Act-5 U.S.C.  552 
EXEMPTIONS 
Pursuant U.S.C.  552 (b), the Freedom Information Act does not apply matters that are
 )(A) specifically authorized under criteria established Executive Order kept secret the interest national defense foreign policy and (B) are fact properly classified under such Executive Order; 
 
(2) related solely the internal personnel rules and practices agency; 
 	(3) specifically exempted from disclosure statute, provided that such statute; 
(A) 
requires that the matters withheld from the public leave discretion the issue, 

(B) 	
establishes particular criteria for withholding refers particular kinds matters withheld; 

 
(4) trade secrets and commercial financial information obtained from person and privileged confidential; 
 
(5) inter-agency intra-agency memoranda letters which would not available law party other than agency litigation with the agency; 
 
(6) personnel and medical files and similar files the disclosure which constitutes clearly unwarranted invasion personal privacy; 
 	(7) records information compiled for law enforcement purpose, but only the extent that the production such records information 
(A) 
could reasonably expected interfere with enforcement proceedings, 

(B) 
would deprive person right fair trial impartial adjudication, 

(C) 
could reasonably expected constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy, 

(D) 
could reasonably expected disclose the identity confidential source, including state, local foreign agency authority, any private institution which furnished information confidential basis, and, the case record information compiled criminal law enforcement authority the course criminal investigation, agency conducting lawful national security intelligence investigation, information furnished confidential source, 

(E) 
would disclose techniques and procedures for law enforcement investigations prosecutions, would disclose guidelines for law enforcement investigations prosecutions such disclosures could reasonably expected risk circumvention the law, 

(F) 
could reasonably expected endanger the life physical safety any individual; 

 	
(8) contained related examination, operating condition reports prepared by, behalf of, for the use agency responsible for the regulation supervision financial institutions; 

 	
(9) geological and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells. 

Appeal Rights 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL 

You may file appeal with the Department the Treasury when: 

 	
Access records has been denied part whole; 

 	
There has been adverse determination your requestor category; 

 	
Your request for fee waiver reduction has been denied; 

 has been determined that responsive records exist; 

 	
Your request for expedited processing has been denied. 

Your appeal, other than appeal denial for expedited processing, must submitted within days after (I) the date the initial determination, (2) the date the letter transmitting the last records released, whichever later, except the case denial expedited processing. appeal denial for expedited processing must made within days the date the initial determination deny expedited processing. The appeal must writing, signed you your representative, and contain the following information: 
 	
Your name and address; 

 	
Date your initial request; 

 	
Date the letter denying your request; 

 	
Description why you believe the initial determination was error; and 

 	
The FOIA/PA number assigned your request. 

Please mail your appeal to: 	Freedom Information Act Appeal 
Disclosure Services, 

1500 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Department the Treasury Washington, D.C. 20220 
The deciding official your appeal will the Director, Office Foreign Assets Control. 

Responsive 
Documents 

(32 Pages) 


DEPARTMENT THE TREASURY WASHINGTON, D.C. 20220 
Case No. CT-2012-294798-1 
Charles Miller III, Executive Director 
Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation 040 First Avenue, No. 311 New York, 10022 
RE: Letters dated May 25, 2012, July 23, 2012 and October 2012 (collectively, the "Application") 
Dear Mr. Miller: 
Please find enclosed License No. CT-2012-294798-1, which, pursuant section 515.565(b)(2) the 
Cuban Assets Control Regulations, CFR Part 515 (the "Regulations"), authorizes individuals under 
the auspices Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation engage the travel-related transactions 
involving Cuba set forth section 515.560(c) the Regulations and other transactions directly 
incident the types educational exchange activities described the Application, subject certain 
conditions. 

Please note that OFAC considered the activities you described the Application examples the 
types activities your final programs would include. You have certified writing OFAC. 

that each traveler will have full-time schedule educational exchange activities that will result meaningful interaction between the travelers and individuals Cuba and this commitment reflected condition the license (see Section 2(a)). Please note that OFAC does not authorize transactions related activities that are primarily tourist-oriented, including self-directed educational activities that are intended only for personal enrichment, provided paragraph (c) section 515.565. Furthermore, remind you that employee, paid consultant, agent your organization expected accompany the groups that travel Cuba under your auspices ensure that your travelers adhere your program. Finally, please mindful when planning your group size the need provide each traveler with the opportunity for meaningful interaction with Cuban individuals, consistent with your certification. you elect use U.S. travel service provider, you may make your travel arrangements only through AC-authorized Travel Service Provider ("TSP"). makes available list "Authorized Travel, Carrier, and Remittance Forwarding Service Providers" its website www.treasury.gov/ofac that may helpful for making travel arrangements. You may also make your own travel arrangements without the use TSP handling your arrangements directly with travel 
service providers that are located outside the United States and that are not subject U.S. jurisdiction. 
Please also note the requirements set forth the Comprehensive Guidelines for License Applications Engage Travel-Related Transactions Involving Cuba (the "Application Guidelines"), which are 

avai1ab1e OFAC's website http://www.treasury.gov/resource center/sanctions/ Programs/Docwnents/ cuba_tr_app.pdf. Should you wish appJy for extension renewa] this license, for new license, p]ease ensure that your appJication comp1ies with al1 requirements the Application GuideJines. 
Sincerely,,
;-;oft

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Program Manager, Cuba Travel Office Foreign Assets Contro] 
Enclosure 

DEPARTMENT THE TREASURY 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20220 

Cuban Assets Control Regulations License No. CT-2012-294798-1 
LICENSE 

(Granted under the authority U.S.C. App. 5(b), U.S.C. 2370(a), U.S.C. 6001 seq., Proclamation 3447, and CFR Parts 501 and 515) 

To: Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation (the "Licensee") 1040 First venue, No. 311 New York, 10022 Attn.: Charles Miller III, Executive rector Pursuant your application dated May 25, 2012, July 23, 2012 and October 2012 (coJlectlvely, the 
"Application"), the following transactions are hereby licensed: 

**"'**SEE REVERSE***** 
This license granted upon the statements and representations made the Application, otherwise filed with made the Treasury Department supplement the Application, and subject the conditions, among others, that you comply all respects with all regulations, rulings, orders, and instructions issued the Secretary the Treasury under the authority cited above and the tenns this license. 
The Licensee shall furnish and make available for inspection any relevant infonnation, records reports 
requested the Secretary the Treasury any duly authorized officer agency the Secretary. 
This license expires October 31, 2014, not transferable, subject the provisions Title 31, Parts 501 and the Code Federal Regulations and any regulations and rulings issued pursuant thereto, and may revoked modified any time the discretion the Secretary the Treasury acting directly through the agency through which the license was issued, any other agency designated the Secretary the Treasury. this license was issued result willful misrepresentation the part the applicant his duly authorized agent, may, the discretion the Secretary the Treasury, declared void from the date its issuance, from any other date. 
This license does not excuse compliance with any law regulation (including reporting requirements) administered the Office Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") any other agency applicable the transactions(s) herein licensed, nor does release the Licensee third parties from civil criminal liability for violation any law regulation. 

Issued behalf the Secretary the Treasury: 
OFFICE FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL Braunger 
Program Manager, Cuba 

[Attention directed U.S.C. 1001, U.S.C App. 16, CFR 1.70 seq., and CFR 515.701 seq. for provisions relating penalties.] 

License No. CT-2012-294798-1 Page of3 
Licensee: Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation 

SECTION 1-AUTHORIZATION: (a) This license authorizes individuals under the auspices Sir John 
Soane's Museum Foundation (the "Licensee") engage the travel-related transactions involving Cuba set forth section 515.560(c) the Cuban Assets Control Regulations, CFR Part 515 (the "Regulations"), and other transactions directly incident the types educational exchange activities described the Application, subject the conditions set forth Section below. 
(b) This license authorizes multiple trips during the validity period the license. 
Authority: CFR  515.560 (a)(5) and 515.565(b)(2) 
SECTIO -CONDITIONS: (a) The Licensee shall ensure adherence all participants full-time schedule educational exchange activities the types described the Application and that will result meaningful interaction between the travelers and individuals Cuba consistent with CFR 5.565(b )(2) and the Licensee's certification the Application. 
(b) 
The predominant portion activities engaged individuals traveling under the Licensee's 
program(s) will not with individuals entities acting for behalf prohibited official the 
Goverrunent Cuba, defined C.F.R.  515.337, prohibited member the Cuban Communist 
Party, defined C.F.R.515.338. 

(c) 
The Licensee shall provide each traveler with written statement its letterhead stationery that cites the 
number this license, confirms that the named individual will engage authorized educational exchange 
activities under the license, and notifies the named individual his her recordkeeping responsibilities 
traveler under the license (See also Section below). 

(d) 
Any advertisement (e.g., websites, press releases, print ads, brochures) the activities authorized Section (a) above must identify the name the Licensee set forth this license. 

SECTION -WARNINGS: (a) Except authorized Section above, nothing this license authorizes any person subject the jurisdiction the United States engage any transaction activity prohibited the Regulations. 
(b) This license does not authorize the Licensee provide the travel services described CFR 
515.572(a)(l). Please see page the Comprehensive Guidelines for License Applications Engage 
Travel-Related Transactions Involving Cuba, which are available OFAC's website 

for information 

regarding arranging authorized travel Cuba. 
SECTION 4-RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENT: The Licensee shall keep record all transactions undertaken pursuant this license, and such records shall made available for examination upon demand for least five years from the date each transaction. may require the submission report from the Licensee any individual traveler concerning the activities undertaken pursuant the license. report from the Licensee required activities undertaken pursuant this license conjunction with application renew extend this license. 

License No. CT-2012-294798-1 Page 3of3 Licensee: Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation 
SECTIONS-INFORMATION: The Department State publishes consular infonnation sheets (and, when necessary, travel warnings) every country and territory the world, including Cuba, which are available through the State Department's fax-on-demand service (202) 647
the Internet 

3000. abridged version consular infonnation sheets can heard calling (202) 647-5225. The U.S. Interests Section Havana, Cuba ("US INT'), offers U.S. visitors information about the Cuban government, Cuban culture and society, and U.S. foreign policy. USINT also offers various services U.S. visitors, including general briefings, contact information for Cuban officials, and full range consular services such passport replacement and emergency assistance. USINT encourages all travelers visit its website 

and contact USINT directly prior your trip Cuba 

USINT located Calzada between Streets, Vedado, Havana. 
SECTION 6-PRECEDENTIAL EFFECT: The authorization contained this license limited the facts and circumstances specific the Application. 
* 

SIP.JOHN SOANE'S MUSEUM 
FOUNDATION 

1040 Fust Avenue, 311 
New York 10022 212-223-2012 
SoancFoW1daaoa com 

SirJohn Ml.llCUm Foundanan 501(c)3 O!J!1"12'1110ll lll!d jp.fll raxdcdudible die fuD cmnt aDomaJ law Fedcnl Tax 133624437 
N.'l State Owiba Rcg.stn11on 047708 May 2012 
Mr. Jeffrey Braunger Program Manager, Cuba Travel Office Foreign Assets Control Department the Treasury 1500 PeMsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20220 
Re: 

Dear Mr. Braunger: write request that Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation granted two year renewal Specific License No. CT-17937, authorizmg Soane and individuals traveling under its auspices engage educational exchanges not involving academic study pursuant degree program, under The Cuba Assets Control Regulations, 
C.F.R.  515.565 (b) (2). Please find attached copy the license, dated July 20, 2011. (See Appendix part this application are enclosing report all activities undertaken pursuant the license. date, Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation has offered one successful people-to-people program Cuba under its current license. The final itinerary, that includes the total number participants, i.s attached. (See Appendix certify that all travelers who have will travel under our current People-to-People license (a) have had will have full-time schedule educational activities that will result meaningful interaction between the travelers and individuals Cuba; and 
(b) the predominant portion the activities engaged engaged individuals traveling under Inst1tulion programs have not been will not with individuals entities acting for behalf prohib1ted official the Government Cuba, defined C.F.R.  515.337, prohibited member the Cuban Communist Party, defined C.F.R.  515.338; Furthennore, have infonned and will infonn all travelers verbally and writing the restrictions and requirements travel Cuba and believe that the actual activities our programs have reflected and will reflect the representative activities contained our initial license apphcation. 
These people-to-people exchanges Cuba--0ffered through our program conjunction with the licensed Travel Service Provider Academic Anangements Abroad-remain important part our ongoing efforts expand Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation educational mission. Through tJ1ese trips strive emphasize the connections between our mission and Cuba. The participants these trips have met with locally based art and architectural historians, artists, museum directors, musicians, and dancers; whenever possible, these meetings have been offered together wtth various foundations non-governmental organizations. such, they have ensured meaningful personal dialogue with Cuban cultural leaders, further serving the 
U.S. foreign policy goal helping the Cuban people facilitating exchanges with them and supporting the development independent activity and civil society. addition, our travelers have benefited from briefings conducted Havana the U.S. Special Interests Section. 
FOIA Request 2013-05-191-006 

(b) (6) 

Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation Page this time Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation would like request renewal its license order plan future trips Cuba that will build the significant experience have gained operating one trip Cuba. believe the attached list representative activities meets both the letter and spirit the current OFAC guidelines and pohcies. (See Appendix the past, the Soane's trips will advertised directly our members, supporters, and friends. with all programs, the focus will purely educational, and study leader from the Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation will accompany each group guide group discussions and provide information particiF.ts the cultural heritage the country. All participants will provided with comprehensive reading list and additional reading materials compiled our staff concerning Cuban culture prior their trip. All flights Cuba and payments for services Cuba will made through Academic Arrangements Abroad, which holds TSP license for assisting licensed travelers arrange and pay for their arrangements within Cuba. will comply with all the guidelines set forth the Department the Treasury well any updates those guidelines. will ensure that all the travelers our groups are familiar with the requirements and restrictions travel Cuba. All participants will informed the necessity fuJl participation irl the program, both writirlg prior the tnp and the first meetirlg 
Furthermore, certify that (a) each traveler will have full-time schedule educational activities that will result meaningful interaction between the travelers and mchviduals Cuba; and (b) the predominant portion the activities engaged individuals traveling under Soane's programs will not with individuals entities acting for behalf prohibited official the Government Cuba, defined C.F.R.  515.337, prohibited member the Cuban Communist Party, defined F.R SIS 338. 
Thank you very much for considering this application for two-year renewal Soane's travel license Cuba. look forward your response this request. Ifl can provide you with any further information, please not hesitate call me. our sincere hope that Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation will able continue pursue these trips. 

Attachments: Appendix (b) detailed report setting forth record all activities undertaken pursuant the license and any amendments. 
SIR JOHN SOANE'S MUSEUM FOUNDATION 
Final Itinerary 
Havana, Matanzas, Varadero, Cardenas 
January 29, 2012 

Study Leader: Charles Miller 
Number Participants: 

January22 MIAMI/HAVAN 
 
Flew Havana from Miami 
 
Transferred the Melia Cohiba Hotel for lunch and check-in 

 	
Attended lecture Julio Cesar Perez, Cuban architect 

 	
Welcome dinner apaladar, restaurant private home that operates with the special permission the Cuban government. 

January23 HAVANA 
 	
Drove the U.S. Interests Section for morning briefing Cuban -American relations 

 	
Continued the Spanish Embassy for reception hosted the Ambassador. 

 	
Visited the homes and studios some Havana's leading artists, including Kadir and the Group 

 	
Drove the Swiss Ambassador's Residence for reception and tour the home and garden. 

January24 HAVAN 
 	
Guided walking tour various neighborhoods Old Havana with Julio Cesar Perez, Cuban architect 

 	
Joined curatorial tour with former Deputy Director, Alejandro Alonso, focusing the Cuban art collection the National Museum Fine Arts 

 	
Escorted Director Alejandro Alonso and lus staff the Ceramics Museum Casa Aguilera 

 	
Concert local musician, Luis Manuel Molina 

January25 HAVAN 
 	
Gathered meeting room the hotel for brief local historian, Aurelio Alonso, regarding Casa las Americas 

 	
Toured the Colon Cemetery with its ornate and historically important tombstones with Cuban specialist 

 	
Visited the artist Capote's home and studio discuss his artwork 

 	
Drove the Ludwig Foundation for the Arts for presentation Cuban Art. Met with the Foundation President, Helmo Hernandez and invited Cuban guests and artists for reception/dinner 

 	
Attended infonnal morning rehearsal the Contemporary Dance Company Cuba the Teatro Nacional and met the dancers Guided visit with Cuban professor ISA, lnstituto Superior Arte, and presentation student work Met local artists and craftspeople the local market Concert Ars Longa and discussions with Cuban performers 

continued 

January27 HAVANA/MATANZAS/VARADERO 
 	
Departed for Matanzas 

 	
Upon arrival Matanzas toured the castle San Severino, which includes room the Afro-Cuban religion Santeria and one slavery part UNESCO's project: "The Route the Slave." 

 	
Walking tour with local official, Ercilio Sento Canesa and Adianes Ponce Villalonga from the Office the Historian 

 	
Also stopped the Ediciones Vigia, workshop where handmade books are created and spoke the artisans 

 	
Lunch Hotel Velasco the main square 

 	
Visited the Pharmacy Museum, for tour with local expert 

 	
Met with local artist Osmany Betancourt Falcon, "Lolo", his home/studio 

 	
Drove aradero where overnight accommodations are arranged hotel 

January CARDENAS/VA.RADERO 
 	
Spend the morning nearby Cardenas see the local museums and artist's studios including both painter and photographer, Raul Rodriguez Perez and Daylene Rodriguez Moreno 

 	
Return aradero for lunch Xanadu, the Dupont mansion 

 	
Visited ceramic workshop and spoke the artist Borodino 

January VARDERO/HAVANA/MIAMI 
 Depart early this morning for the airport and the flight Miami. 

The above activities resuted meaninful interaction between the travelers and individuals Cuba. Each day this week-long program, travelers had one-on-one conversations with individual Cuban artists, architects, students, musicians, craftsman, dancers, former diplomats and spiritual leaders. Almost all interactions took place homes studios, where informal and often personal discussions about work, politics, education. rehgion and social chwtge, took place without censorship. Ample time was provided for these exchanges, this provided purpose and richness the program. Both Cubans and Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation Travelers found their views each other changed and broadened the experience. 

SIR JOHN SOANE'S MUSEUM FOUNDATION 

 	Meetings with local artists their in-home studios 	Example -These visits are intimate exchange ideas the processes, inspiration, and limitations artistic expression Cuba and m-depth exploration the Cuban artists' craft informal setting with the artists and their families, sfudents, and local supporters the arts. 	Contacts -In Havana: Adnan Fernendez Milanes, photographer/graphic artist; Julio Larramendi, photographer; Milagros Borges Gomez, gallery owner/curator (represents artists); Trinidad: Carlos Mata, artist; Matanzas: Osmany Betancourt Falcon, ceramicist Cardenas: Daylene Rodriguez Moreno, photographer; Borodino, artist. 

 	
Examine and explore current restoration projects Old Havana 	Example -Meet with urban planners and their associates, who are responsible for ongoing and future architectural rehabilitation projects Old Havana. Tour specific sites with them and discuss current issues city planning, construction and social issues. Depending specific scheduling, activities may include: visits model used the planning the city city planners, discussions with members non-governmental foundation dedicated historic preservation Old Havana, visits senior care facility and meetings with members, and meetings with project teams current construction sites regarding historic preservation. 	Contact Julio Cesar Perez, Architect and Urban Designer. 

 	
Visit Casa las Americas for round-table discussion with one the sub-directors, who noted Cuban author and sociologist. 	Example -Participants these discussions would include various members the center well any visiting artists/authors discuss contemporary Cuban art/literature appropriate. 	Contact -Aurelio Alonso, Deputy Director Casa las Americas 

 	
Attend public recital art foundation geared towards the Cuban art community, followed reception with the Cuban attendees and performers. lbis would allow informal setting meet with members the performing arts community Cuba well focus for discussions. 	Contacts -Helmo Hernandez, President, and Wilfredo Benitez the Ludwig Foundation 

 	
Visit the Museum Fine Arts for tour focused Cuban art guided students, curators, and notable members the Cuban art community. visiting the museum smaller groups, there chance for more interactive discussions. 	Contacts -Alejandro Alonso, former Deputy Director the Museum Fine Arts (currently Director Museo Nac1onal Ceramica); Luz Marino, curator 

 
 viewing the Ceramics Museum with curator, followed intimate dinner including museum staff. This provides opportunity learn about the different facets running museum Cuba through discussions with staff members, well learn about the development the Cuban ceramics tradition. 	Contact -Alejandro Alonso, Director Museo Nacional Ceramica 

 	
Learn art techniques alongside Cuban students their classroom the lnstituto Superior Arte. 	Example -Talce drawing printmaking class with students and have the pportunity learn about their work and also about hfe student Cuba. 	Contact -Arranged via Ludwig Foundation Havana via Havanatur (land operator) 

continued 

 	Support local children's theater group attending performance and hopefully arranging short backstage tour where there opportunity meet with the actors and stage crew. 	Contact -La Colmenita children's group Havana

 	
Meet world-renowned Cuban choir and listen them perform. Afterwards, have cocktail reception with them and discuss their achievements and experiences performing Cuba and abroad. 	Contacts -ln Havana: Teatro L1rico (music, opera); Cienfuegos: Cantadores Cienfuegos; Matanzas: Cantadores Matanzas 

 	
Meet with local botanist and others with interest horticulture learn about current and planned ecological/conservation projects. 	Contact -Dr Angela Leiva, Director the Jardin Botanico Nacional (Havana), Rosa, one her key curators.  

 	
Explore Cuba's largest outdoor sculpture park, Prado las Esculturas, with one Cuba's leading experts sculpture 	Contact -Arranged via Havanatur (land operator) 

 	
Meet local entrepreneurs their shops and paladares, and discuss with the owners their experiences being selfmployed Cuba. Discussions would also focus the new regulations Cuba that are allowing unprecedented freedom expand their business. 	Contacts (Paladares, among those included) -In Havana: Cocina Lilliam; Guarida {Fresa Chocolate)i and Atelier; Trinidad: Paladar Li$. and Sol Ananda 
continued 

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Attend regular rehearsal the practice studio Cuban dance company. Afterwards there will opportunity talk with the perfonners and learn dance techniques, desired. Contact -Ballet Nacional Cuba and/or Contemporary Dance Company Cuba 

 appropriate, invite members the Cuban community join the hotel ship conference room facilities for seminar and QA session led study leader from our institution his her individual field expertise. 

 	
Attend meeting the U.S. Cuban Interests Section discuss U.S. Cuban relations, pending pennission being granted. 	Contact -Arranged via Havanatur (land operator) 

 	
Join pilgrims visiting the Basilica Nuestra Seiora Cobre Santiago where thousands Cubans make journey each year give offerings the patron saint their country. 	Contact -Arranged via Havanatur (land operator) 

 	
Meet with members the Church and Jewish Patronato discuss views freedom religion Cuba. 	Contact Santiago Cuba: Cardinal Jamie Ortega 	Contact Havana: Adela Dworin 

 	
Speak with city historians learn more about the history and culture city and its musewns, and discuss the issues running museum and preserving artifacts. 	Contact Santiago Cuba: Jorge Carlos Jordan, Art Historian and Curator ofMuseo Casa Velazquez 	Contact Matanzas: Adianas Villalong City Historian 

 	
Visit Ediciones Vigia, hand-made book shop Matanzas for tour the facilities and explanation the work with the artist. 	Contact: Rolando Estevez Jordan 

 
Copy letter and current license issued 7/20/11 -and expiring /31/ 
DEPARTMENT THE TREASURY, 
WASHINGTON, O.C. 20220 

Case No. CT-17937 
Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation 
I040 First Avenue. No. 311 
New York, 0022 
Ann: Charles Miller Ill. fa.ecut1ve Director Letter dated May 24, 2011 (the ''Application") 
Dear Miller 
Please find enclose9 License No. CT-1.7937, which, pursuant section 5.56S(b)(2) the Cuban Assets Control Rcgulauors, F.R Part (the '-'Rcgulaur.ns'"). ault:orizes md1v1duals under the auspices Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation engage the travel-related transactions mvolvmg Cuba set fonh section 515.560(c) the Regulations and other transactions directly incident the types educational exchange activities described the Application. subject c_ertam cond1t1qns 
Please note that OFAC considered the act1V1t1es you described the Application examples the types activities your final programs would include You have certified writing OFAC that each traveler will have full-time.schedule educational exchange acuv1ties that will result meaningful interaction between the travelers and mdividuals Cuba and this commitment reflected condiuon the license 
(see Section 2(a)) Please keep this condition and cen1ficat1on mind you finalize at.ravel schedule remind you that you(or representative your organization) are responsible fQr accompanying the groups that travel Cuba under your auspices and seeing that your travelers adhere your program. Finally, please mindful when planning your group size the need provide each traveler with the opportunity for meaningful interaction with Cuban individuals, consistent with your certification. you.elect use U.S. travel service provider, you may only make yo'ur travel arrangements through 
-Travel,
OFAC7author1zed Travel Service Provider(''TSP"'). OFAC makes available list of"_Authqnzed Carrier, and Remtttance Forwarding Serv1e Providers'' its website www that may helpful for making travel arrangements You may also make your own travel arrangements without the use TSP handling your arrangements directly with travel serv1ccprov1ders that are located outside the United States and that are not subject JUr1sd1ct1on 

Please also note the requirements set fonh.in the Comprehen!ilVe Gu1delme.s/or license Appllca11on.s Engage Travel-Related Transactions Jnvo/vmg Cuba(the "pphcauon Guidelines"), which are available OFAC's website l/www.treasurv 
Should you wish apply for extension renewal this license, for new license. please ensure that your application complies with all requirements the Apphcauon Guidelines 

Sincerely. ((_ ';;11t'VJ?i,. 1/1,1)/11 
Jeffrey raunger  Program Manager, Cuba Travel Office Foreign Assets Control 

Enclosure 

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FOIA Request 2013-05-191-013 

DEPARTM ENT THE TREASURY 
WASHINGTON, 20220 

Cuban Assets Control Regulations 	License No. CT-17937 

LICENSE 

(Granted under the authority App S(b), 2370(a),22 S.C 600 seq ,Proclamation 3447, 11d CFR Parts 
To 	Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation (the "Licensee") 1040 First Avenue, No. New York, 10022 Attn. Charles Miller Ill, Executive Director Pursuant your application dated May 24, 201 (the "Application"), the following transactions are hereby licensed: 

[Attention directed USC 

SIR JOHN 
SO.AN E'S 

MUSEUM 
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March 11, 2013 'V'hom May Concern: 
The following individuals are authorized t.ravel Cuba from April 2013 under our license, issued the U.S. Department the Treasury, Division Foreign Assets Control: 
License No. CT-2012-294798-1 
All travel arrangements for this trip have been arranged Academic Arrangements Abroad, whose Travel Service Provider License No. CU-78770. 
Authority: CFR 515.560 (c) and 515.565 (b) (2) 
Gloria Carter 
Shawn Cprev Carter 

Beyoace Giselle Knowles 
Celestine Beyonce Knowles 

10. 
Charles Arthur Miller III 

11. 

12. copy our license attached. All travelers named above have been informed the regulations related travel Cuba. 

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