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Over 103 pieces of craftwork made by local university instructors will be featured at an exhibition focusing on craft creation and design in Taichung.
Co-organized by the Bureau of Cultural Heritage, the exhibition at the Taichung Cultural and Creative Industries Park will also offer three craft classes that will teach the making of liuli glass necklaces, leaf flutes, and glass sculptures decorated by sandblasting.
The exhibited pieces are the works of 54 craft instructors at 17 local universities, who used materials ranging from metal, wood, and fabrics to raw lacquer. The craftworks will be divided into six categories - wood and bamboo, weaves, metalwork, lacquer ware, glass, and ceramics.
The exhibition takes its title from the initials of these six major material groups, which are taught in craft courses on campus, according to curator Hsiao Ming-twen (蕭銘芚).
The exhibition will run from March 22 through April 20 as part of a nationwide project to promote Taiwan's cultural and creative prowess.