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ISSUE #285
Taiwanese artist Lee Ming-wei has conceptualized an interactive exhibition where professional singers will approach random visitors at the Pompidou Centre.
To help Taiwan's contemporary arts gain exposure, Art Bank Taiwan has curated a contemporary art exhibition at the TECRO Cultural Center in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
A photography exhibition documenting Taiwan's political, social, and economic shifts from the 1970s to 1990s is now available at Yamanashi Prefecture.
Featuring 36 contemporary Taiwanese artists, Taiwan's culture of freedom is being showcased through the arts at the Taipei Representative Office in Singapore.
The world-renowned Mori Art Museum has invited two Taiwan artists to join its disaster-themed program "Catastrophe and the Power of Art."
Ministry Updates
Taiwan celebrates audiovisual heritage with donations
Taiwan marked Oct. 27, World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, with a donation ceremony of musical artifacts. The gracious donations will be put to good use as part of the 44,000-piece-strong collection of the Taiwan Music Institute.
Forum spurs cultural applications of technology
The "Culture x Tech Next" forum returned to the Taipei-based Huashan 1914 Creative Park on Oct. 25 - 26 to explore innovative strategies for advancing Taiwan's cultural and creative industries. 
Retirees provide oral documentation on railway history
The oral recordings of retired staff of the Taipei Railway Workshop will not only ensure their personal stories and maintenance methods are preserved, but will also help further the public's understanding of the nation's rail heritage. 
Cultural Features
Seredau's voice is rich and sticks in the mind with its keen, precise emotions and nimble application of the indigenous Paiwan language. Alarmed by the gradual decline in the traditional culture of her tribe, she has in recent years taken on the work of passing it along, spending years in her village teaching the ancient vocal techniques.
Paiwan Singer | Seredau
Anarchy Dance Theatre is a contemporary troupe that seeks to discover new theatrical possibilities by integrating elements of dance, theater, and technology. Since its establishment in 2010, it has been experimenting with new forms of dance for audiences to interpret the body and structure of dance from different perspectives.
Anarchy Dance Theatre
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