To revitalize valuable cultural relics through digital and technological applications, the National Museum of History (NMH) has signed a licensing and cooperation agreement with one of the world's largest digital reproduction companies based in Tokyo.
The Support Arts and Crafts International Centre of Thailand and the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute have signed an MOU in Taipei. Both parties share similar missions as chief promoters of handicraft culture.
Cultural venues in Taipei, Taichung, and Hualien will play host to "A Musical Feast of Steppe and Ocean," a touring performance by the Mongolian Grand Theatre of National Art this May. The tour promises to be a showcase of Mongolian aesthetics.
Co-organized by the National Museum of Prehistory and Guam's Chamoru Cultural Center, an eight-day Taitung workshop will invite three Chamoru heritage preservationists to introduce their culture through food and crafts.
Tao Ya-lun is a visual artist who explores human existence in the era of technology through works that integrate imagery, sound, light and shadows, as well as machinery. His art installations often provoke philosophical enquiries and exploration of consciousness.
The Happy Puppetry Company is a glove puppetry troupe that seeks to preserve Taiwan's heritage as well as create innovative repertoires to reach younger audiences. As a family troupe involving three generations, the troupe has established a good reputation in Taiwan for its efforts in revitalizing traditional performing arts.