The Taiwan Music Institute hosted a press conference on Oct. 24 to showcase the 2019 donations of Taiwan's precious musical works and relics, including compositions, plays, and publications relating to music, theater, and traditional art.
The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts held a press conference on Oct. 23 to launch the third set of the ongoing "Photographers of Taiwan" series, which encompasses the biographical story of each photographer's life and their pursuit of art.
The ceremony for the 18th Enable Prize was held on Oct. 25 to encourage citizens who are living with disabilities to express their persevering attitude and optimism for life through literature, and serve as a platform for sharing their creations with the public.
The 2019 Tibetan Culture and Art Festival in Taiwan taking place through March 31, 2020 will encompass an academic seminar on Tibetan Buddhism, a rare performance by musician Ani Choying Dolma, and a special exhibition on Tibetan miniatures.
Lin Zhu-an has dedicated his life to performing string music for Taiwanese opera. He has been a witness to much of the modern evolution of the form, from its early days in indoor stages through album sales, radio plays, outdoor shows, and theater halls.
Hung Ping-shun has dedicated over half a century to traditional architectural painting, accumulating an impressive store of knowledge and skills in the field of traditional architectural painting, as well as the ability to lead projects on temple painting.