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ISSUE #309
moCa Cleveland is presenting a group of seminal works by famed Taiwanese artist Lee Mingwei as the centerpiece of its 50th anniversary suite of exhibitions.
Incense offerings, rice paper drawings, and mantra inscriptions by Taiwanese artist Charwei Tsai are now on display at the Rubin Museum of Art.
Featuring 36 contemporary Taiwanese artists, Taiwan's culture of freedom is being showcased through the arts at the Taipei Representative Office in Singapore.
"Lightscapes: Re-envisioning the Sanshuihua" hopes to bring forth new interpretations of Chinese landscape ink painting by using art-based methodologies.
Ministry Updates
Taiwan’s largest creative fair kicks off in Taipei
Creative Expo Taiwan is celebrating its ninth year from April 24 through May 5. The theme this year is "Culture on the Move" and the 2019 edition will take place in five exhibition areas along Taipei's old railway corridors. 
World Book Day celebrated with walking tours
For World Book Day 2019, the Ministry of Culture has organized over 100 reading activities at 620 sites across the nation through the "Literary Walking Tours of Taiwan" program from April 20 through May 5.
Duality of iconic strategist to be presented in theater
The Taiwan Peking and Kunqu Opera Troupe will debut its new production titled "Good and Devil — Double-sided Wuqi" in Taipei from April 26 to 28 as part of the 2019 Taiwan Traditional Theatre Festival.
National forum held on regional history, local studies
The National Museum of Taiwan History held a national conference titled "Writing Taiwan Together" to promote how the reconstruction of national history begins with the reconstruction of local history.
Concerts on iconic Taiwan composers slated for Taipei
Beginning this April, the Taiwan Music Institute will organize three concerts at the Taiwan Traditional Theatre Center, highlighting musical pieces composed by Taiwanese composers through performances by prominent artists and orchestras.
Cultural Features
Lin Shuen-long is an installation artist whose artworks have appeared in several prominent public art festivals in Japan. His creations serve to connect people with their land and boost the public's awareness of environmental and demographic issues.
Installation Artist | Lin Shuen-long
Wang Wen-chih is a Taiwanese artist best known for his large-scale bamboo creations. Although his woven artworks are dismantled after a period of time, Wang feels that the memories of these fleeting works are more significant than maintaining their existences for perpetuity.
Installation Artist | Wang Wen-chih
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