For in-depth coverage of the earthquake histories of Taiwan and Japan and the role of museums in reconstruction work, visit the 'In the Same Seismic Zone' exhibition running at Tainan's National Museum of Taiwan History.
In this National Museum of Taiwan Literature exhibition, the voices of migrants, spouses, travelers, and artists from the past two decades will help delineate more fully the intimate ties between Taiwan and Southeast Asia.
The Tjimur Dance Theatre is a contemporary dance troupe whose core inspirations are derived from the aboriginal Paiwan culture in Taiwan. The troupe introduces the aesthetics of aboriginal culture through modern expression, garnering international attention for its unique style.
FOCA's performances incorporate acrobatics, circus, contemporary dance, and theater. Using Taiwan's historical name 'Formosa,' FOCA hopes to create and promote Taiwan's contemporary circus performances.
The Puppet & Its Double Theater employs a style of performance that features a combination of puppets and actors performing on the same stage. Making use of a variety of art forms, the troupe has created an abundance of work that explores visual media through the use of a rich and infinite imagination.
Shu-Yi & Dancers is a contemporary performance troupe that aims to bring dance into people's everyday lives, aspiring to create a platform for dancers and artists to jointly enrich Taiwan’s dance and cultural scene.