Homing: A Sensory Exploration of San Francisco by Taiwanese artist Hung Tzu Ni
|"Taiwanese installation artist Hung Tzu Ni’s current project at the Chinese Culture Center takes full advantage the galleries unique acoustical properties to weave a unique, immersive experience based on light and sound. The title refers to the innate homing ability of animals and larger questions about how we navigate homeward amidst a constantly shifting sense of place." ----Words from SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock about Hung Tzu Ni: Homing at Chinese Culture Center San Francisco.|
Join On-line Music Marathon "Music Playing of Musical Offering"
National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts - Weiwuying invites you to join "Music Playing of Musical Offering"! This on-line music marathon gathers different musicians to play their own version of BACH's classical work "Musical Offering, BWV1079". You could search for hushtag #musicalofferingweiwuying and here are some great performances so far:
On-line Program: “Thank You So Much For Your Time” by Horse Dance Theatre on April 30th
|Founded in 2004, Horse Dance Theatre made their West Coast debut at the 2015 San Francisco International Arts Festival with the production “2 Men”. Now you can watch their latest work “Thank You So Much For Your Time” at home. It is the video of the premiere in 2019 DAGUAN International Performing Arts Festival. Via this experimental project, choreographer Chen Wu-Kang and video director Ray Sun collaborate with four design team members and the audiences on the stage. Enjoy this performance together on April 30th!|
♦Date: April 30th Thursday
♦Time: 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. (PDT) / 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (Taipei Time)
2020 Translation Grant Program is open for application from April 1
|2020 Translation Grant Program is open for application! The Ministry of Culture has formulated the Translation Grant Program Application Guidelines to encourage the publication of translations of Taiwan’s literature, including fiction, non-fiction, picture books and comics, and help Taiwan’s publishing industry explore non-Chinese international markets. The application deadline for 2020 Translation Grant Program is 11:59:59PM(GMT+8), Thursday, April 30, 2020.|
Funding Production of Motion Pictures and Television Dramas in ROC
|Funding Production of Motion Pictures and Television Dramas in the Republic of China by Foreign Motion Picture and Television Production Enterprises:|
1. The Funding is open to application by any well-reputed international motion picture director with an amount of NT$3 million minimum allocated for the motion picture production expenses in the Republic of China.
2. The Funding is open to application by any foreign motion picture production enterprise with an amount of NT$30 million or above allocated for the motion picture production expenses in the Republic of China.
Accounting of the Funding:
1.The amount of Funding accounts for up to 30 percent of the total expenditure of production in the Republic of China for a motion picture with a ceiling of NT$30 million.
2. In the event that a motion picture also acquires investments or grants from other governmental agencies (institutions), public enterprises, or non-departmental public bodies or foundations sponsored and established by the government, the aggregated amount of the aforementioned sums and the amount of the Funding herein shall not exceed 50 percent of the total expenditure of production in the Republic of China for the motion picture with a ceiling of NT$30 million.
For further information, please check on the website: https://la.us.taiwan.culture.tw/information_109_109805.html