Taiwanese dancer Su Wen-chi and digital artist Lin Pei-ying will join a one-month residency program at the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland, where they will explore conceptualizing particle physics.
The Ministry of Culture organized a Taiwan Pavilion at the 2015 MuseumExpo in Atlanta, in which representatives from six museums in Taiwan networked with the aim of garnering more overseas exhibition opportunities.
Taiwan’s Legend Lin Dance Theatre made its Japan debut this May with a stunning rendition of “Song of Pensive Beholding” at the World Theatre Festival Shizuoka under Mount Fuji.
Erhu, a representative traditional Chinese instrument touted as the violin of the Orient, was paired up with western jazz in a trio of cross-cultural concerts held in the French cities of Paris and Dijon.
The 2015 Spotlight Taiwan season at the University of Edinburgh kicked off on May 1 with a lecture on future media and the making of trans-disciplinary art by Taiwanese entrepreneur Wang Jun-jieh.
Award-winning crafts and sculptures by outstanding Taiwanese artisans are featured at the latest exhibition of the Presidential Art Gallery. This year, the displays are more decorative than practical.
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature has organized an exhibition on Taiwanese farming literature that portray the lives of the working class and contain special imagery unique to this category of works.
The National Museum of History’s “Golden Blossoms on Gemmed Treasures: A Gem-inlaid Gilt Filigree Collection” will be on display until May 31 to showcase a series of exquisite gold- and silver-gilt adornments.
The National Museum of Taiwan Literature has organized an exhibition on items donated by post-war female poet Tu Pan Fang-ko, including her manuscripts, journals, and books published during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan.
“it is like a large animal deep in sleep,” featuring Dance Forum Taipei, The Hague-based Korzo Theater, Sweden’s Skånes Dansteater, and Spanish choreographer Marina Mascarell, will make its Taipei debut on May 15.