Mary Sherman is invited by Bamboo Curtain Studio interns Astrid and Julio to engage in a dialogue with their classmates in Guatemala.
Bamboo Curtain Studio invites the TEC CEO Lectures in conjunction with the debut of the “Eleventh Artist Fair”
Bamboo Curtain Studio specially invites Ms. Mary Sherman, the CEO of the Transcultural Exchange, to Taiwan in cooperation with the “Eleventh Artist Fair” presented by the Visual Arts Alliance.
During his residency at Bamboo Curtain Studio, Adam spent much of his time exploring the grounds collecting plants and other organic matter. He would then crush their leaves and juices into liquid pigments with a juicer that he purchased upon his arrival in Taipei.
Bamboo Curtain Studio continues to accept interns from different areas and fields in a long-term and nation-wide cooperation with various institutions. In collaboration with the Taipei National University of the Arts International Master of Fine Arts Program in Cultural and Creative Industries, two interns from Guatemala join the cultural studies and international exchange workforce this September!
In 2012, we focus more on “Creative Talents” which their projects will bring out new ideas, concepts to their communities, societies and the world without regard to the age, gender, race and nationality. Application period is 1st September until 31st October 2012.
Hsi Shih-Ping was selected as one of the artists of Bamboo Curtain Studio‘s Emerging Artists in 2009, and as the residency artist of Tung Ho Steel Enterprise Co. in 2010. In addition, he was selected for “Made in Taiwan-Young Artist Discovery” in Art Taipei 2011.
Saif Osmani was selected as one of the artists of Bamboo Curtain Studio‘s Emerging Artists program in 2011. His four paintings have been selected to be included in the exhibition "My Place On The Isle: Exploring Faith & Identity" at Mica Gallery, London. This exhibition aims to capture a snapshot of British Diaspora creative talent in the prelude to the Olympics.