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The Petite Bamboo Salon 2014: Artists talk part02 "Contemporary Curatorial Residency Program in Contemporary Art"

March 14, 2014

In this conference, we invite curators, with real residency experiences, to share and discuss about the concept of contemporary residency program and its prospect, from the perspective of “curatorial residency program.”

Four City Forum Drives Urban Cultural Exchange

January 15, 2013

The City-to-City Cultural Exchange Conference brings scholars together annually to report and learn from each other on and off stage.

Liu Tien’s Eight Scenes in Tamsui: Sharing and Dialogue

January 15, 2013

Although Chinese artist Liu Tien only visited for a short time, he still designed a discussion series entitled View Room: Eight Scenes in Tamsui.

Result for “2013 Creative Talents Program”, Bamboo Curtain Studio, Taiwan

December 23, 2012

“2013 Creative Program” calls for three categories: cross discipline arts; ecology and environment;community engagement. This program will provide three artists with either a free studio or accommodation space (a choice of only one) for up to two months.

Unseen: An Extraordinary Photography Exhibition

November 29, 2012

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

Exhibition: AIR- Artist in Residency (BCS)

September 27, 2012

Bamboo Curtain Studio presents "AIR: The Journey of the Artist’s Mind,” including Ding Chang Wen’s dual exhibition opening "Memory, The Night Market in Two Cities,” An Junshi’s outdoor art installation “The Blessing of the North Coast," and a presentation of French dancer Claude AYMON’s collaboration with a creative team of eco-dancers.

Exhibition: AIR- Artist in Residency (Stoke 20)

August 14, 2012

The founder and director of the Bamboo Curtain Studio, Margaret Shiu, discovered her true professional calling in arts while she was in residency. If you want to give it a try but don’t know where to start, we encourage you to visit the exhibition—AIR, the journey of Artists’ mind.

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