The Ministry of Culture has proposed awarding a presidential citation posthumously to theater icon Hugh Lee, who passed away on July 2 at the age of 57.
A total of 13 government units, including the Ministry of Culture, will move into a newly opened office building in New Taipei by this September.
Bruno Crolot, the director of the world's largest music trade fair MIDEM, will share his music and marketing experiences in Taipei on July 5.
The Ministry of Culture announced on Monday a list of 40 grantees who will receive financial support to showcase their creativity for the very first time.
The 24th Golden Melody Awards, the largest music event in the Chinese-speaking world, will feature an extraordinary line-up of the biggest pop stars in Taiwan this Saturday.
The Taipei Children's Arts Festival, which is slated for July 1 to Aug. 11, hopes to inspire children this year through the combination of art and technology.
The 2013 Taipei Fringe Festival will stage over 400 performances this year at various venues around Taipei, including hot spring hotels and cafes.
The 2013 Golden Music Exposition will feature concerts, exhibitions, forums, and various other music-related activities from July 1 to 7 in Taipei.
Hailing from Milan, a collection of contemporary chair designs by Taiwanese artists will be showcased in Nantou from July 5 through Sept. 8.
“Fantasy Journey, Happy You and Me,” a special exhibition featuring more than 1,000 handmade ceramic dolls in a fantasy setting, is open till Dec. 15 and is free of charge.