For those interested in the contemporary evolution of local craftsmanship, a special exhibition showcasing recent Taiwanese crafts that have seized international awards is currently running at the NTCRI Taipei Branch.
'Deconstruction' by heritage preservationist Li Chien-lang is an exhibition of architectural drawings featuring the National Taiwan Museum and its affiliated exhibition halls, whose collective history spans a full century.
To commemorate the centennial birthday of the late artist Lin Chih-chu, who was revered as the foremost authority on eastern gouache paintings in Taiwan, his most memorable works are being shown in Taichung City.
The exhibition presents artist Hung Yi's creation of whimsical sculptures from the past three years, ranging from animal- and plant-looking steel works that are given life by Hung with bold colors and Chinese cultural motifs.
A special exhibition curated by the National Museum of Prehistory in cooperation with the Dutch trade office will help visitors better understand the original Dutch adventurers and how they saw Formosa in the 17th century.
To mark the fifth anniversary of the National Museum of Taiwan History, 'Museum for Everyone: Exhibition of Donated Collection, 2011-2015' highlights the significance of private collections in delineating Taiwanese history.
To foster deeper and more diverse collaboration in the arts among the cultural communities of Southeast Asia and Taiwan, a grants program offering up to NT$900,000 per project will accept proposals through March 15, 2016.