To encourage more interaction between local and foreign choreographers, the Ministry of Culture will send two Taiwanese choreographers to a residency program at this year's American Dance Festival.
The Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) announced their partnership on Tuesday to promote an 'art bank' project that invests in and promotes Taiwanese artists.
The 11th Malraux Seminar, which took place on June 3 to 5, covered topics including film rights trading, international film co-production, e-publishing challenges, French TV and radio production trends and government subsidies and policies.
A group of cultural and creative businesses selected by the Ministry of Culture will participate in the 2013 Interior Lifestyle Tokyo, a high-end interior design fair scheduled to take place from June 5 to 7.
The Ministry of Culture has taken the first step towards creating an international think tank, in which cultural experts will be invited to help devise cultural policies and expand Taiwan’s overseas cultural networks.
The Summer Jazz Party at the National Theater and Concert Hall (NTCH) will showcase four international jazz artists, three of whom are Grammy Award-winning musicians.
An exhibition titled “A Country in Fire and Brimstone” opened at the National Museum of History on June 1 to display historical documents and relics from one of the most turbulent eras in Chinese history.
“Ethereal Splendor: Lacquerware from the Collection of the National Museum of History,” a special exhibition comprising 80 lacquer artworks, kicked off on May 31 in Taipei.
A special exhibition on “qipao,” a body-hugging one-piece Chinese dress, has been jointly launched by the National Taiwan Museum and the Fu Jen Catholic University.
A special exhibition dedicated to the unknown future of food has kicked off at the National Taiwan Museum. Titled “Food Ark,” the 9-month event explores mankind’s dietary options in the face of climate change.