A yearlong exhibition promising to bring Taiwan's historic sites back to life has kicked off at Taichung's Cultural Heritage Park on Dec. 13. Visitors are invited to take a trip down memory lane — with their six senses — and explore history as it unfolds again through interactive presentations.
The Legislative Yuan passed a bill that will transform the Taiwan Film Institute from a public-endowed foundation into an administrative corporation on Dec. 10, granting it the status and capabilities of a national organization in a bid to better preserve Taiwan's audiovisual heritage.
To preserve and promote various forms of Taiwan's culture, the Ministry of Culture is excited to explore the potential of combining art with technology. A new wave of cross-sector results debuted in a press conference held in conjunction with an international forum in Taipei on Dec. 3.
"Exploring the Links: Slovakia Folk Art and Taiwan Indigenous Peoples" at the National Museum of Prehistory in Taitung is a joint exhibition that features the central European country's embroidered folk costumes and the multi-patterned traditional attire of Taiwan's indigenous tribes.
Open call for global art organizations and leading universities interested in organizing a diverse array of enriching activities (shows, exhibits, screenings, forums, workshops, festivals) related to Taiwan's culture. Up to US$40,000 offered per year.
Changhua's Li Chuen Yuan Beiguan Music Troupe was established in 1811 and has served since as the leading troupe of the Nanyao Temple Matsu pilgrimage festival, an honor that signifies its longstanding importance to the local community of faith.
Featuring an ancient plaque from 1930, Li Chuen Yuan Music Hall is a single-story building with three connected quarters. Its fully preserved collection of 200-plus manuals, scores, and costumes even include tracks that have never been seen by other Beiguan halls in Taiwan.