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IMCCI presents ‘Difference and Identity’ exhibition

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Poster:Secretariat OfficePost date:2018-07-11
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“Difference & Identity: Contemporary Cross-Cultural Encounter Through Arts,”an exhibition presented by TNUA’s International Master of the Arts Program in Cultural and Creative Industries (IMCCI) program along with others, ran from June 1 to 10 in Taipei. 

 

The exhibition, held at the Beitou Public Assembly Hall, was the collaboration between IMCCI, the Ministry of Education’s University Social Responsibility (USR) program, some elementary and junior high schools in the neighborhood, Prof. Chang I-Wen and Prof. Randy Finch.

 

The exhibition, which presented artists from 12 countries in a showcase of international exchange and universities’ social responsibility, featured paintings, photography, sculptures, video and audio installations.

 

The exhibition explored issues concerning postcolonial identity, cultural differences, gender identity, and migrants, among others.

 

TNUA President Prof. Chen Kai-Huang noted that the USR program was an ideal way allowing students to take part in and understand their community.

 

The exhibition clearly demonstrated the inseparable relationships between cross-cultural encounters and the local community. 

 

Prof. Ya-Tin Lin, chairperson of the IMCCI program, pointed that three elementary schools and one junior high school were involved in the USR program that she was in charge of.

In one of the exhibition areas presenting imaginations about the moon, the displays were created by IMCCI students and their elementary and high school students, she said.   

 

Caption: Guests of honor, artists and participants pose for a picture at the “Difference & Identity: Contemporary Cross-Cultural Encounter Through Arts” exhibition.  

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