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ISSUE #194
Taiwanese visual artist Wu Tien-chang is holding a solo exhibition at the Contemporary Festival of New Media Arts & Advanced Audio Visual Technologies (MADATAC).
'Guetteurs – Focus France – Taiwan' offers audiences a brand-new experience in how sound can be redefined, deconstructed, and reformed by artistic creativity.
A collaborative exhibition on earthquakes in the history of Taiwan and Japan is being showcased at the National Museum of Japanese History (Rekihaku).
'Elsewhere is Nowhere,' an international joint exhibition curated by Taiwanese and German artists, is on view at Vienna's Kunsthalle Exnergasse (KEX).
'Europe Connexion,' a play featuring Taiwan's Party Theatre Group and French group Cie du Veilleur, begins a three-month tour in France.
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
Expo held to promote eco-friendly seafood consumption
The National Taiwan Museum held the inaugural Sustainable New Year's Food Expo, the first expo oriented towards promoting marine sustainability in Taiwan, to offer sustainable recipes for the Chinese New Year banquet.
NMP applies 3D technology to digital relic restoration
The National Yunlin University of Science and Technology (YunTech) and the National Museum of Prehistory, which have teamed up to develop 3D technology for cultural heritage preservation, have now entered the stage of virtual restoration.
'Memahami Indonesia, Melindungi Taiwan'
'Memahami Indonesia, Melindungi Taiwan,' a Taiwan-Indonesia exhibition on intangible cultural heritages, is running at the Taichung Cultural and Creative Industries Park during the Chinese New Year.
'20th Chawan Expo'
The International Chawan Expo is celebrating its 11th year at Miaoli by showcasing more than 200 works from 25 countries to reveal the aesthetics and history of tea cups from around the world.
Cultural Features
Su Shih-hsiung is no stranger to the kiln's secrets. As the sole creator of the 'carved glazing' technique, the veteran potter has managed to evoke both traditional and modern design aesthetics with his boldly colored, stylishly fashioned clayware.
Potter | Su Shih-hsiung
Tu Wei-cheng is a Taiwanese artist renowned for creating parallel or re-imagined worlds. Exhibitiongoers take on the role of an archaeologist or historian to analyze fictitious cultural relics that carry honest reflections of the present day.
Artist | Tu Wei-cheng
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