Studio News

“Moving Art” Artist-in-Residency Talk on Art and Society

December 06, 2012

Bamboo Curtain Studio has long been concerned with creative, cultural and social sustainability.

International Consultant Charles Landry’s Proposes Strategies and Recommendations for Creative City Development

December 06, 2012

Bamboo Curtain Studio invited international “Creative Cities” consultant Charles Landry to Taipei in mid-October to conduct a large-scale public lecture on the significance of the creative city.

Experiences of Bamboo Curtain Studio Res Artis Participants

December 06, 2012

Res Artis, an International Art Village Organization, held its annual meeting at Tokyo Wonder Site in Tokyo, Japan from October 26th to October 28th, 2012.

Mary Sherman: A Dialogue with International Students

December 06, 2012

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”

December 05, 2012

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.

Unseen: An Extraordinary Photography Exhibition

November 29, 2012

Together, we can develop an accessible and create world for People with visual impairment or blindness.

Adam Avikainen at Bamboo Curtain Studio

November 18, 2012

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’s Newest Additions: Interns from Guatemala

September 27, 2012

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!

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