Mulan, Make Up! A Contemporary Queer Art Exhibition Opens in Westwood

Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles is proud to present Mulan, Make Up! Queer Art Exhibition from February 22 to April 6, 2019. Curated by Yu Cheng-Ta, Mulan, Make Up! is a multidisciplinary exhibition combining film screenings, a visual arts exhibition, and a series of performances. The opening reception will be held at 7pm on Friday, February 22 at Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles. - February 15, 2019

Taste Taiwan, a Special Exhibit to Open at Taiwan Academy L.A: A Feast of Food Literature & Taiwanese Delicacies

Taiwan Academy in LA is holding an exhibit titled “Taste Taiwan: Taiwanese Delicacies and Food Literature,” open to public for free until April 23rd. During the exhibit, several interspersed public events will take place in the gallery, featuring food writers, TV personalities and radio host and scholars, to explore the nostalgia and cultural significance of Taiwanese delicacies, as well as to taste the food while enjoying the literary discussions surrounding the intricacies of food culture. - March 18, 2018

Fun Year Art Gallery to Bring Taiwanese Art to Los Angeles Art Show

The LA Art Show, Los Angeles’ largest international art fair, is returning for its 23rd annual showcase on January 10 – 14, 2018 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Hailing from Taiwan, Fun Year Art Gallery is returning to LA Art Show for its second year, exhibiting unique works from three Taiwanese artists, Tsai Cheng-I, Liao Pen-Shen and Tai Ming-Te. - January 09, 2018

The Ocean of Memories, a Cross-Cultural Art Exhibit at Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles

Taiwan Ministry of Culture hosts cross-cultural art exhibition exploring themes of the ocean and memories as metaphors for immigration. - December 07, 2017

Community Empowerment Symposium to be Held at UCLA, Reflect the 30th Anniversary of the End of Martial Law in Taiwan

To celebrate and reflect at the 30th anniversary of the end of martial law in Taiwan, UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will be hosting a symposium on Friday, November 17, at the Charles E. Young Research Library, also featuring a screening of Taiwanese cinematic masterpiece Super Citizen Ko, a story... - November 16, 2017

LGBT Short Film by Taiwanese Director Zhijin Tsai to be Screened This Tuesday

Currently, an artist-in-residence at the 18th Street Art Center in Santa Monica, rising Taiwanese filmmaker Zhijin Tsai will be screening her short film “24 Hours” at Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles this upcoming Tuesday, October 3rd. Inspired by the conceptual novel “Last Words... - October 01, 2017

“A Far Corner: Art and Activism in Aboriginal Taiwan”

To achieve better understanding and appreciation of the indigenous cultures in Taiwan to local communities, Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles will host an event, "A Far Corner: Art and Activism in Aboriginal Taiwan,” celebrating author/musician Scott Ezell. Along with Austronesian studies... - July 11, 2017

En Man Chang at Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles, "As Heavy As a Feather"

Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles is proud to present En Man Chang's "As Heavy As a Feather," an unique exhibit that reflects upon indigenous identity, cultural sustainability and the intricacies surrounding land use and urbanization. The opening reception on July 7th will feature an evening... - July 02, 2017

KaDaoYin to Perform Experimental Cross-Cultural Music in Los Angeles and San Francisco International Arts Festival

Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles is proud to present KaDaoYin, who will be performing improvised music on a unique cross-cultural instrumentation on May 30th, 2017 starting 7 pm at their Westwood location. This is the first stop of their 2017 West Coast tour; after this performance, they have been... - May 14, 2017

Public Panel Featuring Renowned Scholars at Taiwanese Literary Celebration

The third literary panel of the Reading Taiwan exhibit, titled “Through the Looking Glass,” took place at Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles on Saturday, March 25th. Moderated by professor Michael Berry, and featuring professor Shih, Shu-Mei, professor Liao, Pin-hui, and professor Robert Chi, the panel consists some of the most dedicated scholars to Taiwanese literature on the west coast. The four panelists shared their personal perspective of the literary world of Taiwan. - April 01, 2017

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