The works of 33 Taiwanese illustrators will be on display at the "Home Town Taiwan" exhibition until Nov. 25 to convey the power of illustrations in connecting people’s hearts across borders amidst the current pandemic.
Minister of Culture Lee Yung-te visited the newly opened Thng Tik-tsiong Memorial Hall on March 29, which was established at the former residence of the late lawyer Thng Tik-tsiong in commemoration of his life dedicated to the protection of human rights.
A new exhibition titled "Joining Hands with the Pingpu Peoples: An Exhibition of the Siraya, the Makatao, and the Taivoan Peoples in the Southern Part of Taiwan," which aims to showcase the revitalization of Pingpu tribal heritage, kicks off at the Museum of Archaeology, Tainan Branch of National Museum of Prehistory on March 31.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced on April 7 that it will honor Taiwanese director Ang Lee with the prestigious Fellowship at the 74th EE British Academy Film Awards taking place on April 11.
Jiang Meng-si has held solo exhibitions and participated in many joint exhibitions and sculpture competitions. In 2012, he won first prize at the Lih Pao International Sculpture Biennale Awards for Best New Artist and third place at the Taiwan International Wood Sculpture Competition.
Established by Peng Ren-Hong in 2015, Goldfish Space serves as a co-working space where young people collect information on local culture and arts for the purpose of spurring local creative activity in Toucheng, Yilan County.