Migration and Arts is an exhibition featuring eight craft artists from Taiwan and master craft workshops with matching local artists to understand how migration also evolves art forms as the relationship with nature changes with the movement of people. This program aims to stimulate discussion on the fluidity of culture, while also showing the inherent social design values or social aesthetics including eco-craft, art therapy, and community building behind the craftworks.
Co-presented by National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute.
About National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute (NTCRI)
The National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute (NTCRI) works to promote crafts and nurture craft workers. In recent years, they have focused on introducing Taiwan’s crafts to the world. Toward this goal, they have been working to create legal frameworks, train skilled individuals, encourage regional cooperation and develop new markets. NTCRI is grateful that traditional handicrafts have now found their place in this knowledge-based economy. A 21 century renaissance for Taiwanese crafts is at hand!
Dates & Times
12pm – 7pm
12pm – 6pm
A large room that can transform into many different types of spaces with movable chair seating.
235 Queens Quay W