Bamboo Curtain Studio (BCS) in Taiwan aims to promote cross-cultural exchanges by providing a meeting point for Taiwanese and international creative talents related to art fields, for short stay or specific projects.
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.
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.