In recognition of his remarkable achievements in producing lacquered bamboo baskets, the 2013 Crafts Achievement Award will be given to bamboo-weaving artist Li Jung-lieh.
In recognition of outstanding cultural contributions made by eight businesses, organizations and individuals, the annual Arts & Business Awards was held on Nov. 14.
Three Taiwanese jewelry designers have ousted 1,300 other participants to win top honors at the 2013 ITAMI International Contemporary Jewelry Exhibition in Japan.
The Taiwan Academy in Houston will showcase 20 works by renowned Taiwanese ink painter Charles Liu at the Three Allen Center Art Galley from Nov. 14 through Dec. 19.
The Executive Yuan has agreed to allocate NT$16.1 billion (US$544 million) to the Ministry of Culture for the next fiscal year.
A special exhibition featuring traditional clothing from the aboriginal Paiwan tribe is now showing in Pingtung, the original homeland of the indigenous community.
An exhibition on Taiwan’s longstanding fascination with the baseball sport will run for six months at the National Museum of Taiwan History in Tainan City.
An exhibition detailing the late President Chiang Kai-shek's daily life in Taiwan is now showing at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.
The National Museum of History is holding an exhibition dedicated to the late Chou Ying, a famous print artist and a revered educator from Taiwan.
In honor of the late father of biogeography, the National Taiwan Museum will hold a series of scientific seminars each Saturday between Nov. 2 and Dec. 14.