The Ministry of Culture organized a Taiwan Pavilion at the 2015 MuseumExpo that ran late April in Atlanta, in which representatives from six national museums in Taiwan networked with the aim of garnering more overseas exhibition opportunities and recognition.
Echoing the expo's theme on traveling shows, the pavilion offered detailed information on bilingual or English exhibitions that are currently available to go on tour, as well as the best applications of technology used by Taiwanese museums to present and preserve their showcase items.
The six museums selected to reflect the Taiwan Pavilion's three core concepts of cultural diversity, social values, and inspirations were:
Organized by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the three-day fair ran from April 27 to 29 at the Georgia World Congress Center. The Taiwan Pavilion was frequented by AAM President Ford W. Bell and his successor Laura L. Lott, and Alberto Garlandini, president of the Italian National Conference of the International Council of Museums.