Taiwan will host the 2017 World Stage Design, an international theater design exhibition and competition, beating out China and the Philippines in a competitive three-phase screening process.
In recognition of their lifetime artistic achievements, architect Wang Da-hong and writer Pai Hsien-yung have been named the two recipients of this year’s National Cultural Award.
Veteran Taiwanese musician and National Cultural Award winner Lee Tai-hsiang passed away on Jan. 2 after a long battle with Parkinson's disease, leaving behind a lasting legacy in musical talent and philanthropic spirit.
A Taiwanese researcher has discovered a pair of shell-bead anklets that may have belonged to Mona Rudao, a well-known indigenous tribal chief who led the uprising of Wushe against the Japanese colonial government in 1930.
The Ministry of Culture will complete its physical relocation from downtown Taipei to New Taipei City’s Xinzhuang District on Jan. 21. The new office building complex will accommodate a total of 13 government agencies.
Visitors to the Taipei International Book Exhibition, one of Asia's largest books fairs, will get the opportunity to meet writers, illustrators, and artists from around the world when the fair kicks off in February.
To help bring art to public spaces, the first batch of artworks purchased under the Ministry of Culture’s Art Bank program will be on display at the Presidential Office from Dec. 17 through May 17, 2014.
Installation artist Hung Yi, who is best known for his whimsical artworks, will host a solo exhibition titled “Happy Animal Party” at the Taichung Cultural and Creative Industries Park from Jan. 4 through March 10.
From Jan. 8 through 22, the National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall will be hosting a photo exhibition showcasing humanitarian efforts around the world, including several missions mounted by Taiwan.
The National Concert Hall will be playing host to the New York Philharmonic this February, in which the world-famous orchestra will present two nights of masterpieces from legends such as Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky.