An art and ecological park built in a central Taiwan region hard-hit by the 921 earthquake will formally open its park grounds to the public on Aug. 25. Visitors will be able to enjoy art exhibitions and an array of public sculptures.
A poetry drive launched in early August to commemorate victims of a gas pipe explosion in southern Taiwan has garnered more than a hundred verses in the past few weeks.
Two Taiwanese artists participating in a residency project in New York will hold a month-long exhibition that transforms an art gallery from static space to the centerpiece of attention.
The National Taiwan Museum celebrated its 99th anniversary on Aug. 16 by welcoming the top winners of an historic photography contest that featured the museum’s past visage.
The University of Southern California, which is the latest addition to the Ministry of Culture’s “Spotlight Taiwan” global initiative, will kick off its Taiwan-centric events with a Taiwanese Documentary Series in October.
A roundup of reviews received by Taiwan's five performing groups to this year's Edinburgh Fringe. Under the initiative called Taiwan Season, their performances will be shown until Aug. 24.
The Ministry is seeking to subsidize multinational and multi-disciplinary collaborative cultural projects by offering funding in amounts between NT$3 million and NT$10 million. Applications will be accepted until Sept. 1.
A traveling exhibition showcasing prints made by 27 Taiwanese artists and 25 Canadian artists will be held at the National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall from Aug. 23 to Sept. 18.
For a comprehensive introduction to the progress made in Taiwan’s printmaking industry over the past decade, visit the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts between Aug. 16 and Oct. 26.
French painter Marie Laurencin, who has become a hot topic in feminist studies in recent years, will be featured in a special exhibition at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall until Oct. 12.