The Taipei Cultural Center in New York will be presenting "Dance diaries," a series of short videos and an online roundtable discussion between Taiwanese and Japanese dance choreographers until April 28.
The Ministry of Culture is calling for youth cultural gardeners to participate in a cultural exchange grants program between Taiwan and Southeast Asia as part of the New Southbound Policy until April 30.
Minister of Culture Lee Yung-te visited designated national monument Beigang Chaotian Temple, which contains many precious tangible and intangible cultural assets, along with several religious and cultural establishments in Yunlin County on April 9.
Chimei Museum launched a new augmented reality game "Posterity of God Pan" for visitors to embark on an informative gaming adventure by turning its exhibition halls into games zones in the hope that visitors will learn and better appreciate the Greek myths depicted in its artworks on display such as paintings, sculptures, and musical instruments.
The Ministry of Culture launched the Arts FUN NEXT electronic services platform as an upgrade to the Arts FUN Go mobile app, offering discounts and coupons for all Arts FUN NEXT members as part of a plan to boost arts consumption.
After living in Taiwan for more than 40 years, in 2018, Wille was finally granted citizenship, becoming the sixth person in Taipei City to be honored with special naturalization from the Republic of China and the first musician in the country to receive this honor.
In 2007, Performance Workshop received an award at the 11th Taipei Culture Awards for playing a vital role in the early days of Taiwan's performing arts scene, and today, they continue to help drive it toward a more diverse, more creative future.