Bamboo Curtain Studio International Residency Exchange Program with Gyeonggi Creation Center (GCC)

July 20, 2015

Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) is collaborating with Gyeonggi Creation Center (GCC) in South Korea for our International Residency Exchange Program this year. As a representative of BCS, Taiwanese artist Yawen Fu will begin her 2-month residency in Korea this September.

Share x Connect x Co-create – Bamboo Curtain Studio reaching 20

May 09, 2015

We have revisited the projects that BCS has undertaken in the past 20 years, and sorted them out into 4 categories to help the public understand our work: 1) alternative space, 2) art intervention, 3) art factory, and 4) artist residency. Each of these 4 categories may exist as an independent theme, but is at the same time inseparable from one another.

Alecia Neo: Unseen

March 09, 2015

In 2012, visual artist Alecia Neo embarked on her Taiwan residency at Bamboo Curtain Studio. Here she organised a one-month photography workshop with Eden Social Welfare Foundation, working with the visually-impaired to explore ways to express themselves through photography.

We wishes you a Happy Chinese Holiday and a New Year | The studio will reopen on 2014/3/2 (Mon).

February 17, 2015

Bamboo Curtain Studio wishes you a Happy Chinese Holiday and a New Year filled with prosperity and success.

Bamboo Curtain Studio’s partnership with 98B COLLABoratory

January 19, 2015

We are pleased to announce 98B COLLABoratory’s partnership with Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) in Taipei, Taiwan.

BCS “2015 Creative Talents Residency Program” Result Announcement

January 16, 2015

Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) “2015 Creative Talents Residency Program” awards 4 artist: Chiu Chih-Hua (Taiwan), Lin Yen-Ju (Taiwan), Macarena Yanez (Chile) and Michelle Rosenberg (Great Britain). Each artist is award 2 months free living or exhibition space at Bamboo Curtain Studio.

Happy new year and new announcement from Bamboo Curtain Studio!

December 30, 2014

Dear friends and colleagues of BCS, It is time to wish everyone a great year 2015.


December 03, 2014

Mending the Broken Land with Water” is a sub title of this project. It means water is essential to life, and it has the ability to cross borders, connecting and gathering people who are concerned about the land we live on, as well as issues of urban development and boundless expansion.   —Wu Mali

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