River Cruise in Plum Tree Creek | 2013.10.22-2014.4.27

River Cruise in Plum Tree Creek is a special exhibition at the National Science Education Center that depicts the different faces of Plum Tree Creek. Through a series of interpretive installations, the exhibition aims atenriching the visitors’ sensory experiences.

<Formation No. 1: On Levitation> Pei-Hsuan Wang Solo

Formation: a genuine, formal emergence. The creation or configuration of something concrete or abstract.

PlayDay in Zhuwei: Plant a Green Life | 4.19 Early Bird Ticket Package Now on Sale

Have you ever been to Bamboo Curtain Studio? Since the birth of the environmental art project, Art as Environment- A Cultural Action at the Plum Tree Creek, and during all of our Open Studio sessions, we have been playing with the idea of connecting together community, ecology, environment, and art. We would like to invite you to play in our wonderful space that cohabits with the beautiful Tamsui riverbank in the Zhuwei area.

The Petite Bamboo Salon 2014: Artists talk part02 "Contemporary Curatorial Residency Program in Contemporary Art"

In this conference, we invite curators, with real residency experiences, to share and discuss about the concept of contemporary residency program and its prospect, from the perspective of “curatorial residency program.”

BCS will join 3WDS14 PROGRAM

200+ scientists, artists, activists and youth from 5 continents will present and interact with audience online and in 18 nodes (physical venues) in Argentina, Australia, Colombia, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, USA, Taiwan and Tunisia.

The Little Bamboo Living Room 2014: Artists talk part01

Continuing the Bamboo Curtain Studio x SLY Art Space Living Room panel series of 2013, BCS will invite many more artists this year (2014) to share their thoughts and ideas on their own art practices and the different residency programs they had participated in the past.


come fill our “SPACE” with your “CREATIVITY” | Experiment, Young and Emerging, Arts in Residency, Creative Space, Low Carbon and Sustainable Life Style, Independent Workspace.

We invite artist to come and do experiments that challenge and recreate this special space, locates outside Taipei city. Come and fill you creativity in our 2,645m site.

An Asian Anarchy Alliance is now formalized in Tokyo: Why, Who, What and How did it was done

March 8th 2014 was the day that an alliance of culture activists in three countries, Japan, Korea and Taiwan, have signed a declaration out on a boat off Tokyo Bay’s international waters.  That cold wintry ride is for a serious purpose.

Animation Class at Bamboo Curtain Studio: New Perspectives on Plum Tree Creek

The small-sized workshop incorporated animation and story writing, two forms of expression that appeal to the younger generation, and was co-instructed by animation director Shu-Man Chang and artist Wu Mali. All participants created their own short animation films at the end of the workshop.

Radish for New Year’s Luck: A Workshop Documentation

Pei-Hsuan Wang and Joan Chang, resident artists at Bamboo Curtain Studio, along with the residents in the Zhuwei area made the traditional Red Envelopes together.

Margaret Shiu Receives the Aveda Daymaker Award for her Efforts in Promoting Artistic Exchange

Margaret Shiu talked about the stories of Bamboo Curtain Studio in the past 19 years, including the exhibitions by Tsong Pu, Michael Lin, Wang Te-Yu, as well as the recent efforts in conducting international artistic exchange and in the construction of a digital platform for residency sites worldwide. Bamboo Curtain Studio is not only a cradle for artists, but also an incubator and broadcaster for the arts and culture in Taiwan.

Resident Artists Masanori Fujiki and Tetsushi Tomita Returns to Japan to Share their Experiences of Taiwan

Back in January, 2013, curator Zian Chen and artist Ting Chaong Wen were invited to experience life at Hokkaido, Japan, through an artist exchange program between Bamboo Curtain Studio and the Sapporo2 Project in Japan.


My project at the Bamboo Curtain Studio was crucial in the development of my work. At the time it was one of the few places in Taiwan that was open and welcome of installation projects. Due to the large scale of the exhibition space it gave me the opportunity to work in a scale that would later go on to define my work. -- Michael Lin

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