Echoing the new definition of museums as "democratizing, inclusive and polyphonic spaces for critical dialogue about the pasts and the futures," Taiwan held a four-part forum to draft a white paper on museum development and cultural citizenship.
At an awards ceremony held in Taichung's Cultural Heritage Park, nine Taiwanese historic sites chosen from 19 finalists were recognized as successful preservation models that can inspire the multitude of historic sites in Taiwan to follow suit.
"Tibet At a Glance: Special Exhibition of Tibetan Miniatures" at Taipei's Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Gallery is an artistic and soul-searching experience that will lead exhibition-goers on a journey shrouded in the beauty and charms of Tibetan culture.
"Craftsmanship x Diversification: Paths to Innovation" in Nantou showcases the transformational stories of 20 Taiwanese crafts brands. When traditional crafts encounter modern life, these are the challenges that craftspeople face.
An exhibition showcasing a grand selection of late Taiwanese painter Lin Yu-shan's donated artworks and rarely seen sketches is running through March 22 in Taichung to celebrate the oeuvre and life of the influential Eastern gouache artist.
Samuel Shih is an award-winning artist whose works express a perfect combination of the highly difficult and strict technical nature of ceramic work while maintaining a narrative of philosophical ideas. Providing viewers with different visual experiences from different standpoints, his works are meant to be appreciated slowly.
Theater actor, playwright, and director Wu Hsing-kuo has been compared to Laurence Olivier, one of Britain's most remarkable stage actors, by The Times. Trained in both traditional and modern theater, Wu founded Contemporary Legend Theatre in 1986, aiming to revitalize the declining Peking opera.