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ISSUE #513
The Ministry of Culture is calling for youth cultural gardeners to participate in a cultural exchange grants program between Taiwan and Southeast Asia as part of the New Southbound Policy until April 30.
"C-flow・Happiness Craft Communicate Exhibition," which showcases artworks by up to 100 Taiwanese and Japanese artists, will take place at National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute’s Taipei Branch until May 16.
Performa's ENCORE will be featuring Taiwanese artist Su Hui-Yu's "The White Waters" everyday at 7pm Eastern Standard Time, or 7am Taiwan Standard Time until May 31 as part of a series of 10 Performa commissions from 2019.
Ministry Updates
2020 Chung-shan Youth Art Awards exhibition in Penghu
Twenty-four winning works of last year's Chung-shan Youth Art Awards, an important domestic award for young artists with categories that cover the most popular types of visual arts in the Chinese-speaking world, will be on display at Penghu County's Hung Ken-shen Art Museum until May 16.
Ceramic animal expo at Chen Jing-lan Western-style House
The Cultural Affairs Bureau of Kinmen County and the Jinhu Township Administration jointly launched an exhibition that displays ceramic animal figurines by artist-in-residence Chen Wei-chu and students of Jin-sha Junior High School at Kinmen's Chen Jing-lan Western-style House on April 17.
New preservers of indigenous performing arts and crafts
The Ministry of Culture announced recently that it has designated indigenous artists as preservers of the newly registered important traditional performing arts and crafts of the Taiwanese indigenous people, which includes Chu-Yin Culture and Arts Troupe, Lavaus, and Ljumiyang.
Cultural Features
Lin Hsiao-wei's contribution to the field of industrial heritage conservation is mainly based on three fronts. She has conducted research projects on the preservation and reuse of industrial heritage, introduced international preservation concepts, and promoted policy-making regarding domestic industrial culture heritage preservation.
Industrial Heritage Conservation Scholar | Lin Hsiao-wei
The main concern of the Golden Bough Theatre has always been the land in which they are rooted. The troupe has been named an outstanding performance troupe by the Ministry of Culture multiple years. Being selected for government support, the troupe will continue to promote the "Golden Bough Traveling Performance: Beautiful Taiwan" project, creating performing arts memories together with local communities.
Golden Bough Theatre
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