Brochures in English

  • Atayal Culture and Art

    Venue : Wulai Atayal Museum, New Taipei City

    Atayal tribal culture has no script, with history traditionally passed on by woven patterns. The materials traditionally used in crafts were local bamboo, wood and rattan. Most objects created were for everyday use, exemplifying the practical, down to earth nature of the people.

    CAR -->
    1.From Taipei: Taipei→Roosevelt Rd.→Beixin Rd.→Beiyi Rd.→Xinwu Rd.→Wulai
    2.From Yilan: Yilan→Beiyi Rd.→Xinwu Rd.→Wulai

    BUS--> Take Xindian Bus No.849 : Qingdao East Rd.→ Roosevelt Rd.→Xindian City→Quchi →Wulai Main Station

    MRT --> Xindian Line: Go to Xindian Station→then take a Xindian Bus No.849 (Taipei -Wulai route)→ Get off at Wulai Main Station

  • 2018 New Taipei City International Metal Crafts Competition call for Entry

    Date: 2018/01/01-2018/02/02
    Venue: Gold Museum, New Taipei City Government

    The highlight of this year in the Taiwanese metalwork industry is none other than the “2018 New Taipei City International Metal Crafts Competition.” The Competition will be accepting international submissions from January 1st to February 2nd, 2018. The submission categories this year are Jewelry and Object.Only individual creation will be accepted as entry. Metal should be presented as the primary material.

    BUS-->
    1.Taipei-Jinguashi: Taking bus route 1062 at the Exit 2 of Zhongxiao Fuxing MRT Station via Jiufen and get off at Jinguashi.

    2.Keelung- Jinguashi: Taking bus route 788 at Keelung Railway Station via Ruifang, Jiufen and get off at Jinguashi Station.

    TRAIN--> Taking Eastern Main Line in Taipei towards Yilan, Hualian direction and transiting at Ruifang , please take Keelung bus route 1062, 788 at the Land Office next to the Police Station to Jinguashi.

  • Song of the Land― Li Lan Solo Exhibition

    Date: Now Until 12/17
    Venue: New Taipei City Hakka Museum

    For this solo exhibition, artist Li Lan thoughtfully selected forty oil paintings plus six Chinese ink paintings date back to her days as a student. Li faithfully records her journey throughout Taiwan with her paintbrushes. Her paintings have captured the best of Taiwan’s majestic mountains, idyllic countryside, the light and shadows of dawns and dusks, and the vast oceans that surround the island, as well as other iconic views abroad that have mesmerized the artist.

    BUS--> Take Taipei Bus No. 702, No. 851, No. 917, No. 981, or take a Taoyuan Bus No. 5005
    TRAIN--> Take a commuter train to Yingge station, then take Taipei Bus No. 981, No. 851 or Taoyuan Bus No. 5005

    MRT --> get off at Yongning station (Blue line), then take Taipei Bus No. 917, No. 981 get off at Dingpu station (Blue line), then take Taipei Bus No. 981

  • The Golden Age: the Story of Taiwanese Tea

    Date: Now Until 2018/01/18
    Venue: Pinglin Tea Museum of New Taipei City

    The exhibition leads visitors into the history of tea industry from
    hundreds of years ago. By playing interesting games, people get to know the historical development of Taiwanese tea since the Qing dynasty and subtopics, such as introduction and production of tea, merchant houses and compradors, international tea trade, and city development. Besides, the exhibition introduces key figures in the tea industry and how they faced challenges with foresight to become memorable legends.

    CAR-->From Xindian or Yilan, take Provincial Highway No. 9, then take the Taipei-Yilan Highway or National Freeway No. 5 to reach the Museum.

    From Jingmei, take County Highway No. 106 past Muzha, Shenkeng, and Shiding. Continue onto County Highway No. 106B. Exit for Kuolai and continue onto the Industrial Road towards Pinglin.

    MRT--> Take the MRT to Xindian Station. Transfer onto the Xindian Bus Service, and take the 923 or Green 12 (G12). Get off at the stop for Pinglin Tourist Information Center (Pinglin Junior High School). The Museum is a 5-minute walk away.

  • Dance between Water and Color―Joint Exhibition of Kuai Le Artists Association in Tamsui

    Date: Now Until 2018/01/14
    Venue: 5rd floor of Plaza Tamsui

    Watercolorist Liu Mu-lin is known for his ink-splashing technique and ability to capture the beauty of natural scenery on paper. In this exhibition, he presents sixty watercolors in association with works by another twenty artists. The pieces consist of samples used in art classes, and sketches produced during their trips to Tamsui, North Shore and many other corners throughout Taiwan.

    Tamsui Plaza
    MRT --> Tamsui station is the terminal station. Once you arrive, you can take buses R26,857 or 836 to Tamsui Plaza.

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