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ISSUE #190
Taiwan artist Chen Yin-ju is holding a solo exhibition in the UK as part of an ambitious commission marking Manchester's position as the 2016 European City of Science.
Jade, the mythical stone of the Orient and the imperial jewel of choice, takes the center stage of an international exhibition hosted by the Musee Guimet in Paris.
An audiovisual exhibition examining the different forms of faith that exist in human society is currently available at the Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles.
Indigenous artist Chang En Man, who hails from the aboriginal tribe of Paiwan, is holding her first solo exhibition in North America titled 'Heavy As A Feather.'
The colorful menagerie sprung from the fertile imagination of artist Hung Yi has taken up residence at New York City's Garment District in Midtown Manhattan.
Ministry Updates
New immigrants honored on Christmas eve
Culture Minister Cheng Li-chiun spent Christmas eve participating in several Taipei events aimed at strengthening Taiwan-Southeast Asia ties, including a ceremony honoring new immigrants who volunteered as museum docents.
'Nom Nom Taiwan: The Story of Dietary Culture'
'Nom Nom Taiwan' is a special exhibition at Tainan's National Museum of Taiwan History that hopes to take museumgoers on a culinary journey – from the earliest feasts of prehistoric settlers to the nuanced flavors that we call Taiwanese cuisine.
Grants offered for West/South Asian artists
For the inaugural open call of the Lazurite Initiative, candidates can apply from any of the 36 eligible West or South Asian nations before Jan. 20, 2017.
Grants offered for Latin American artists
For the inaugural open call of the Coral Initiative, candidates can apply from any of the 33 eligible Latin American or Caribbean nations before Jan. 20, 2017.
Cultural Features
Hailing from Taiwan's Bunun tribe, Salizan Takisvilainan is a poet and independent publisher of tribal-language books who aims to promote greater understanding of the Bunun culture and language.
Bunun Poet | Salizan Takisvilainan
Born in an era of geo-political turbulence, Wu Tien-chang is a chameleon-like artist who reexamines the history of regime transitions in Taiwan through oil paintings, photography, digital arts, and audiovisual installations.
Visual Artist | Wu Tien-chang
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