Taiwan will send a delegation to the 2015 Angoulême Comics Festival in France under the theme “Strangers of Formosa” to showcase comics depicting several well-known and unknown strangers who once lived in Taiwan.
Taiwanese choreographers Sun Shang-chi and Tung I-fen presented their works – “Traverse” and “How to Say” – at the annual Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) Conference in New York.
Winners of the 2015 TIBE Book Prize, who hail from Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong, have collectively demonstrated the diverse and colorful style of Chinese-language publications across the Taiwan Strait.
The National Museum of Taiwan History received a donation of almost 600 rare books. The collection is considered a complete and systematic record of Taiwan between the 18 and 21 century from a Western perspective.
To present the stories of Taiwan through traditional Chinese music, the National Chinese Orchestra of Taiwan will solicit compositions from young composers, hold a nationwide talent hunt, and offer training for new musicians.
The Bureau of Audiovisual and Music Industry Department (BAMID) has chosen 14 domestic feature films for subsidies totaling NT$117 million under its flagship program to boost the local film industry.
To promote 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.
An exhibition chronicling the development of ties between the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the United States (U.S.) in the past 35 years will be held at the National Taiwan Museum in Taipei from Jan. 13 through Feb. 1.
Twelve sets of glass creations made of recycled glass will be displayed at the Green Handcrafted Glass Exhibition, which is hosted and organized by the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute in Nantou County.
The Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall is hosting “Fruitful Imagination – Exhibition of Works by Famous Contemporary Chinese Painters and Calligraphers,” a month-long exhibition featuring works by late maestros such as Chang Dai-chien.