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.
“2014 International Residency Project” calls for three categories: cross discipline arts; ecology and environment; community engagement. In 2014, BCS will provide five artists with either a free studio or accommodation space (a choice of only one) for up to two months.
The first issue of Plum Tree CreekNewsletter was published on September 25th, 2013. A reception was held on the day to celebrate the debut print of the local newsletter.
9/14 was the first day of class. A presentation with theoretical contents, case examples, and images was made to introduce to the students the basic concept of artificial wetlands.
A part of the ShangHai Biennale: Zhongshan Park Project.
Taishin Arts Awards 11th Annual Visual Arts Award Winner: ＂Art as Environment—A Cultural Action at the Plum Tree Creek / WU Mali & Bamboo Curtain Studio＂
Art as Environment -- A Cultural Action at the Plum Tree Creek has been nominated for and received the 11th Taishin Arts Awards as it demonstrates an outstanding example of the exploration of social issues.