Theme country New Zealand will bring the largest-ever delegation of participating writers, Maori dancers, and woodcarvers to the 2015 Taipei International Book Exhibition from Feb. 11 to 16.
To promote the concept of civic aesthetics, Taiwan’s Art Bank has leased 11 unique artworks by nine local artists to the Red Dot Hotel in Taichung, where a free exhibition will promote the concept of art in everyday life.
The Preparatory Office of the National Human Rights Museum accepted the donation of 13 seashell paintings left behind by the late White Terror victim Lin Yueh-sheng in memory of him and his fellow Green Island inmates.
The Ministry of Culture has completed the selection process for a subsidy program for the first chapter of 2015, in which more than NT$12 million will be provided for 23 Taiwan-based galleries to participate in 10 int'l art fairs.
To promote cross-field cooperation in science and the arts, the Republic of China (Taiwan) Ministry of Culture and the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) have come together to create Accelerate@CERN TAIWAN.
A collection of watercolor paintings documenting transient pond moments by Taiwanese artist Kuo Hsin-i will be on display at the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall from Dec. 31 to Jan. 11, 2015.
“Images of Time” will offer 52 paintings by Taiwanese artist Sun Ying-lun from Dec. 20 through March 1, encompassing a medley of subject matters that include landscapes, flowers and birds, and people.
An exhibition on southern Chinese Buddhist artwork and artifacts dating back from 1,500 years ago will open at the National Museum of Prehistory in Taitung City from Dec. 20 through March 20, 2015.
A selection of productions screened at the UK-based Wildscreen Festival and Panda Awards, known as the Oscars of the natural history and wildlife film industry, will be shown at the NTM in Taipei from Jan. 25 to Feb. 8.
The Vienna Philharmonic's annual internationally acclaimed New Year's Concert will be broadcast live in Taiwan on Jan. 1 and streamed to outdoor locations in Taipei and Kaohsiung.