The Compensation Foundation received up to 10,067 applications until its disbandment earlier this year, and its 10,067-dossier collection has since been transferred to the Ministry of Culture.
The first Taiwan International Poetry Festival will be promoting poetry from around the world with a series of events, including a film festival, a concert, and a book fair that are set to roll out over the next two months.
The University of Surrey launched its first Spotlight Taiwan event — Taiwan Week — featuring a photo exhibition titled “Frames In-Between: Street Level,” a documentary screening, and seminars.
“Rever la Terre,” a cooperative project organized by the Taiwan Photo Museum, French academic group TK-21, and art curators from both countries, will be held concurrently in Paris and Taipei throughout November.
A special documentary titled 'The Moment' premiered on the night of Nov. 16. The film directed by award-winning director Yang Li-chou looks back on the half-century history of Taiwan's prestigious Golden Horse awards.
To introduce the original setting for creating and admiring Chinese character art, the National Taiwan Museum has recreated a traditional Chinese study that will be opened to visitors from Nov. 1 through 30.
An exhibition co-organized by the Bureau of Cultural Heritage and the French-Salon Taiwan Artists Association will showcase oil and glue-color paintings of global World Heritage sites and the potential sites in Taiwan.
The Golden Horse Awards are among the most time-honored film awards in the world of Chinese-language cinema, and the 51st edition of the awards will take place in Taipei's National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall on Nov. 22.
Proposals will be accepted from Oct. 30 to Dec. 1, 2014 for projects that arrange for Southeast Asian personnel to visit Taiwan for cultural and artistic exchanges in 2015. Grants will be awarded in amounts up to NT$500,000 per project.
To promote innovative cross-field cooperation in science and the arts, the Republic of China (Taiwan) Ministry of Culture and the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) have come together to create Accelerate@CERN TAIWAN.