'Micro Micro Revolution' consists of 3 socially engaged art projects from Taiwan: 'A Cultural Action at the Plum Tree Creek,' 'Plant-Matter Needed: The Material World of the Riverbank Amis Tribe 2015,' and '500 Lemon Trees.'
Taiwan is offering two programs at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe – 'Taiwan Season' comprising Tjimur Dance Theatre, Puppet Beings Theatre, and Formosa Circus Art – and 'Island Voices' represented by TAI Body Theatre.
The Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles is offering an admission-free screening series that will showcase nine films depicting the fearless aspects of Taiwan's culture. Each film will be accompanied by a post-screening discussion session.
The International Organization of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians (OISTAT), a leading global network for theater professionals, has announced plans to maintain its headquarters in Taipei for another five years.
Co-organized by the Nantes-based Festival des 3 Continents, a French workshop offering one-to-one training sessions for Taiwanese filmmakers ran from July 28 through 31 as part of the Taipei International Film Festival (TIFF).
Taiwanese choreographer Po-cheng Tsai was awarded first place for contemporary choreography in the 14th edition of the Burgos-New York Choreographic Competition on July 24, beating out six other competitors to cinch the 7,000 euros cash prize.
Yang Ying-feng was a prolific artist who redefined the sculpture genre for Taiwan towards the end of the 20th century. From the 'East-West Gate' on Wall Street to the 'Heaven-scaling Phoenix' housed by the Beijing Olympic Stadium, his artistic impact can be traced around the globe.
Li Ang is one of Taiwan's most provocative writers and a female social critic. Her 1983 novel, 'The Butcher’s Wife,' has been released in over 10 different languages, including French, German, and Japanese.