The Ministry of Culture invited over a hundred White Terror victims from the martial-law era to find solace through music in the hopes that the Taiwanese people will learn from history and protect their hard-earned democracy, freedom, and human rights.
From clothing and sculptures to pottery and woven art, aboriginal artifacts are part of Taiwan's cultural heritage. These artifacts preserve historic memories and a way of life that embodied indigenous traditions such as ancestral worship and social hierarchy.
Dong is an Oakland-based Taiwanese conceptual artist and metalsmith who crafts with the intention of augmenting the viewer's visual experience. Visitors will explore the question of whether art could serve as a medium for awakening the human mind.
The pop-up exhibition is inspired by the highly celebrated 'Work in Freestyle: Meet 7 Happiness' show curated by Art Bank Taiwan for this year's Creative Expo Taiwan, which had ignited the public's imagination over the artistic possibilities in daily life.
Masterful in singing with both Chinese and Taiwanese lyrics, the 'Diva of Formosa' Chi Lu-hsia possesses one of the most familiar voices known to the people of Taiwan. She has recorded roughly 2,000 songs throughout her career.
Regarded as one of the most talented musicians nurtured by Taiwan, Chang Yu-sheng became one of the two recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 28th Golden Melody Awards in 2017 in remembrance of the second decade of his passing.