“The Firmiana Rain,” a modern romantic opera jointly produced by creative professionals from Taiwan and Japan, will be performed at the Minato Mirai Concert Hall in Japan’s Yokohama Prefecture on June 21.
Compositions by three Taiwanese musicians have been selected for the 2014 Mise-En Music Festival, a four-day music marathon based in Manhattan that will feature works by Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean, and European artists.
Under the flagship program of “Fresh Taiwan,” Taiwan’s cultural and creative representatives will join the 2014 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas and seek to negotiate copyright deals with international heavyweights.
Three Taiwanese productions will be featured in the non-competitive segment of the 36th Moscow International Film Festival, which is slated to run from June 19 through 28 in Russia.
In honor of Taiwan’s up-and-coming female movie directors, four acclaimed cinematic productions will be screened in New York as part of the 2014 Taiwan’s Women Makes Waves Film Festival.
The 2014 Taiwan International Documentary Festival (TIDF), one of the top professional platforms in Asia for documentaries, has received a total of 1,534 submissions from 117 countries and regions.
“Her Show / Show Her” is a digital media exhibition featuring Taiwanese artist Tsau Saiau-yue, one of the four local artists selected by the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts’ Digital Art Creation competition program.
A solo exhibition featuring ink wash painter by Wu Hsiu-li will be held at the National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall to showcase exemplary ink wash paintings from her forty-year career.
A total of six mini-concerts will be held ahead of the Golden Melody Awards to celebrate the role that live houses play in providing stage time for up-and-coming music artists.
A photography exhibition on the historical evacuation of the Dachen Islands, which saw 15,000 Nationalist troops and civilians relocate to Taiwan proper in 1955, is now showing at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.