The first Plum Tree Creek Hiking event of 2017 invites participants to learn about the local creek, the history of the Zhuwei area, and BCS’s project “Art as Environment - Plum Tree Creek.” Local plants and wildlife will be introduced to allow a more comprehensive understanding of the surrounding ecosystem.
Supported by the Taishin Bank Foundation for Arts and Culture, the Taiwan Contemporary Art Award’s “Taishin Arts Award” recently celebrated its eleventh year. The review committee selected fifteen finalists, including ten performing art works and five works by visual artists.
Early in the morning on February 23rd, the Taipei Wild Bird Federation bird-watching group led an exploration to view the conditions of birds in the Plum Tree Creek Basin.
Organized by Tamkang Community College professor Chen Chien-Chih, the Director of the Taipei Bird Federation was invited to share a report on the birds in Plum Tree Creek on the evening of February 22nd.
Wild Bird Federation led a visit to Plum Tree Creek to promote understanding of the local environment. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the diverse ecology and species of birds at Plum Tree Creek.
On November 10th, Bamboo Curtain Studio took a group of young volunteers from the Hwa Hsia Institute of Technology to the Sanchung Stadium to participate in the “Love ‧ Unity ‧ Strength—2012 New Taipei City Community Empowerment Expo” organized by the New Taipei City Department of Cultural Affairs.
We encourage local residents to participate in the course to become trainers of Plum Tree Creek so as to act as guides in future to introduce the farming and creek environment around Plum Tree Creek to neighbors and visitors alike and its special living style. The course will start from 7 August; please join us!