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Taiwanese glove puppetry captures the hearts of New York audiences
2022/08/05
To realize his family's dream of bringing Taiwanese glove puppetry to global viewers, the director of the Puppetry Art Center of Taipei (PACT) Tsai Yi-wei (蔡易衛), who is currently in New York participating in the Fulbright exchange program, collaborated with filmmaker Pan Hsuan-yu (潘宣羽) to work on a documentary titled "I, Puppet (我,戲偶)."

Both Tsai and Pan were invited by the Taipei Cultural Center in New York to a press conference to share their thoughts on promoting the culture of Taiwanese glove puppetry to the New York audiences. Tsai stated that when he was a child, he began touring with his parents who operate a puppet troupe in Taiwan. These puppets remained an influential part of his life as they were his constant companion throughout childhood. However, his connection with puppetry only began when he participated in an internship program at the Taiyuan Asian Puppet Theatre Museum 13 years ago.

During his two-month stay in New York, Tsai brought the puppets to the Macy's department store, the Empire State Building, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and other world-famous landmarks to perform. Not only did Tsai’s performance win the hearts of New Yorkers, but it also caught Pan's attention. Pan is a Taiwanese filmmaker who has lived in America for 20 years and was a producer at BRIC TV. She said that she grew up watching glove puppetry performances and "making a film on Potehi (glove puppetry) is like dream come true." She also expressed her joy to be able to make a film about her hometown in a foreign country as well as promote the Taiwanese traditional performing art to the world.

The trailer of the documentary project "I, Puppet" has been released, and through this, Tsai and Pan hope to garner more attraction and raise funds to complete the production of the full film. Click here for more information about the project.
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45th Asian American International Film Festival to Highlight Three Taiwanese Directors
2022/07/30
The 45th Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF45) will take place from August 3-13. The full lineup represents films from 24 different countries and 20 languages, and three films by Taiwanese directors as well as two US-Taiwan co-productions have been selected. In addition, Taiwanese American film editor Jean Tsien(錢孝貞)was announced as the recipient of AAIFF45’s Media Award.

AAIFF45 is presented by Asian CineVision (ACV) in association with Asia Society. The programs combine in-person screenings and events with an online exhibition in order to provide a hybrid format that everyone can enjoy. According to Associate Director Eunice Chen in an interview with Asian Movie Pulse, “AAIFF45 marks an important milestone anniversary. ACV prides itself in a legacy rooted in championing the voices of Asian diaspora artists. This year’s festival continues to celebrate the collective Asian American and Pacific Islander identity by reflecting on ACV’s achievements since 1977!”

When the festival begins on August 3, a number of movies by Taiwanese directors will become available online. O~FORTUNA(喔~命運女神)is about a successful musician who accidentally falls out the window and embarks on a journey through his past, present, and future. The film was directed by Che Chen, who grew up in Taiwan and later moved to California to study filmmaking and animation.

STILL ROLLING(殺青)depicts a new filmmaker’s struggles to defend her boundaries while working on a Chinese TV production. The film’s director, Liang-Chun Lin(林亮君), earned her BA in Radio and Television at Chengchi University(政治大學). Her latest short film, A DIRE STRAIT(母侵), won the Grand Jury Award at the prestigious Dances With Films 2022, an annual festival celebrating the top independent films.

AN UNFINISHED FILM (未完成電影)is an experimental documentary born out of an unfinished feature film by Taiwanese filmmaker/photographer Yi-Chiang Lin(林奕彊). Due to the ongoing pandemic, his film shoot was abruptly suspended. During his seemingly endless wait for normality to resume, he began to examine, reconstruct, and edit all the footages he created.

AAIFF45 also honors Jean Tsien, a veteran documentary editor, executive producer, and story consultant who has been working in the documentary film industry for 40 years. She received the 2017 Golden Horse Award for Best Film Editing. Her notable editing credits include the 2001 Academy Award-nominated film, SCOTTSBORO: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY; three Peabody Award-winning films: MALCOLM X: MAKE IT PLAIN(簡而言之麥爾坎), TRAVIS, and SOLAR MAMAS(太陽能媽媽); and the 2020 Primetime Emmy winner for Outstanding Documentary, THE APOLLO(阿波羅任務). Most recently, she produced HIDDEN LETTERS(女書), which premiered at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival.

In addition, two Taiwanese co-productions will be featured at AAIFF45, highlighting Taiwan's international friendships. NO NEW WAVE(曼島日夜), directed by Singaporean writer and director Ziwei Yao(姚子威), tells the story of a foreign student, Ginny, who must find a way to fit in or return home after graduation. The movie is scheduled to premiere on August 7 at Asia Society. TANK FAIRY(桶裝仙女),directed by Erich Rettstadt, is a musical extravaganza about a magical Tank Fairy who delivers tanks of gas with sass, stilettos, and a healthy helping of glitter. The film has been featured at 35 festivals across 12 countries. This film will be screened as a part of a Meet Cute Music in-person event on August 9.

For more information, please visit: https://www.aaiff.org/program.

Photo courtesy of Asian American International Film Festival
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Shan Puppet Theater to Tour in the US
2022/07/30
Shan Puppet Theater(山宛然客家布袋戲團), an internationally acclaimed Taiwanese puppetry troupe, will be touring in Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Detroit, and Ann Arbor this August. The troupe will be presenting “Mischiefs/Adventures in Crystal Palace (大鬧水晶宮)” and multiple puppet workshops. Audiences are sure to enjoy the unique aesthetics of Taiwanese classical hand puppetry through intricate puppets, expert puppetry, and lively music.

Hand puppet shows, also known as Zhangshang xi (drama of the palm of the hand) or Budai ji (cloth bag drama), have been a tradition in Taiwan for centuries. Traditional hand puppet performances are conducted by two teams: the “front stage” team, who operate the puppets, and the “back stage” team, who perform the music. The plays are typically adaptations of classical novels that incorporate elements of history, mythology, or folk heroes.

In order to deliver a special treat to American audiences, two puppeteers and four musicians from Shan Puppet Theater will take part in performing “Mischiefs/Adventures in Crystal Palace.” The story is adapted from Journey to the West, a well-known Chinese novel published in the 16th century that is considered to be one of the four great classical novels of Chinese literature. The enchanting story includes exciting martial arts and exhilarating underwater scenes, which are sure to take the audience’s breath away.

At workshops, the troupe will demonstrate basic techniques for manipulating hand puppets and playing traditional Taiwanese musical instruments. Participants will have the opportunity to use intricate hand puppets and practice the instruments belonging to the troupe.

Shan Puppet Theater was founded by Wu-Shan Huang in 2002. When Huang was only ten, he became an apprentice for highly respected Taiwanese puppet master Tien-Lu Lee (李天祿). Being of Hakka origin, Huang also learned Hakka folk songs and opera from legendary Hakka singer Bi-Xia Lai (賴碧霞). Therefore, he decided to blend traditional puppetry with Hakka music and language to create a new path in order to share Hakka culture with a broader audience.

Shan Puppet Theater has performed around the world in countries such as Malaysia, Japan, New Zealand, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, France, Argentina, and the United States.

Events:

(Please note that Mischiefs/Adventures in Crystal Palace will be performed in Hakka dialect with English and Mandarin supertitles.)


Thursday, August 4, 1:00-2:00 pm EDT

Online Lecture: “Hakka Culture and the Art of Taiwanese Hand Puppetry” -- A Conversation between DIA Puppet Curator Larry Baranski and Shan Puppet Theater founder Wu-Shan Huang
https://www.dia.org/events/tatm-studio-visit-hakka-culture-and-art-taiwanese-hand-puppetry

Friday, August 12, 11:30am-12:30 pm CST

Puppet Workshop for Summer Camp Students
Asia Society Texas Center, 1370 Southmore Blvd, Houston, TX 77004

Saturday, August 13, 11:00am-12:00pm and 1:00-3:00 pm CST

Puppet Workshop and Adventures in the Crystal Palace (Reception after the show)
Asia Society Texas Center, 1370 Southmore Blvd, Houston, TX 77004
https://asiasociety.org/texas/events/adventures-crystal-palace-performance-taiwans-shan-puppet-theatre

Sunday, August 14, 1:00-3:00pm CST

Adventures in the Crystal Palace & Puppet Workshop
San Antonio Museum of Art: John L. Santikos Auditorium, 200 W Jones Ave, San Antonio, TX 78215
https://www.samuseum.org/events/event/shan-puppet-theater-performance/?year=2022&month=8&day=14&hour=18&minute=0&second=0

Monday, August 15, 2:00-4:00pm CST

Adventures in the Crystal Palace & Puppet Workshop
Austin Public Library-Central Library: Special Event Center, 710 W Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701
https://library.austintexas.gov/event/performances/shan-puppet-theatre-taiwan-7718368

Wednesday, August 17, 5:30-6:30 pm EDT

Puppet Workshop: part of the Campbell Terrace Music Series (free)
Dequindre Cut Greenway, Lafayette Entrance, Detroit, MI 48207

Saturday, August 20, 12:00-1:00 pm and 3:00-4:00 pm EDT

Mischiefs in Crystal Palace (free)
Detroit Film Theater, 5200 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202
https://www.dia.org/events/shan-puppet-theater

Sunday, August 21, 2:00-4:00 pm EDT

Mischiefs in Crystal Palace & Puppet Workshop (free)
Ann Arbor District Library: Downtown Library, 343 South Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48104
https://aadl.org/node/584489

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Taiwanese Writer Yu ching Lin(林玉菁)to Participate in VSC Residency Program
2022/07/28

Taiwanese translator, curator, and writer Yuching Lin will participate in the Vermont Studio Center (VSC) residency program this August.

During her residency at VSC, Yuching Lin plans to work on her research and writing project The Quietest Noises: Stitching, Weaving and Embroidering in Armed Conflicts, Political Oppressions and Forced Migration. The project uncovers hidden stories of women’s weaving and stitching practices during times of conflict, oppression, and forced migration through Hmong story cloths, Afghan war rugs, and Chilean arpilleras.

Yuching Lin specializes in journalism, oriental studies, and international relations. Her books and exhibitions typically focus on issues pertaining to politics, culture, history, and society across Asian regions. Yuching has also accumulated a wide range of international experiences throughout her career. For example, she participated in Taiwan’s NGO alliance for the UN convention on eliminating violence against women, and she has worked with the Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan and the International Federation of Red Cross-Americas. Unearthing new voices and challenging existing views have always remained at the core of her approach.

VSC was founded in 1984 to provide residencies in Johnson, Vermont, to exceptional writers and artists. Visiting artists from all over the world are able to enjoy the projects of VSC’s community of artists, give presentations on their work, and engage in one-on-one studio visits with residents. Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture has partnered with VSC since 2013 to support Taiwanese writers in the program.

For more information about VSC, please visit: https://vermontstudiocenter.org/

 

Photo Courtesy of Yuching Lin


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Several Taiwanese Films to Feature at 2022 New York Asian Film Festival
2022/07/06
The 2022 New York Asian Film Festival (NTAFF) will take place from July 15–31, 2022. With the support of the Taipei Cultural Center in New York, Taiwanese films Mama Boy (初戀慢半拍), The Funeral (頭七), My Best Friend’s Breakfast (我吃了那男孩一整年的早餐), Terrorizers (青春弒戀), Life for Sale (售命), Tank Fairy (桶妝仙女), and Reclaim (一家之主) will be featured at Film at Lincoln Center (FLC) and Asia Society from July 16-29.

Taiwan Cinema Showcase
Mama Boy, scheduled to premiere at the FLC’s Walter Reade Theater on July 16, was directed by Taiwanese American Arvin Chen (陳駿霖). Chen previously directed romantic comedies Au Revoir Taipei (一頁台北) and Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (明天記得愛上我), both of which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival. In recent years, he has spent time developing film and television projects in the US. Mama Boy, a comedy about growing pains and self-discovery, was selected for the Udine Far East Film Festival in Italy prior to its selection for the NYAFF.

The Funeral, scheduled to premiere at the FLC’s Walter Reade Theater on July 20, is a story about a broken home. The film begins with the daughter of the family moving away from home because her pregnancy outside of marriage was deemed unacceptable by her father. Years later, when she returns home to attend her grandfather’s funeral, the daughter finds out that the rest of her family was murdered. Director Shen Dan-Quei (沈丹桂) creates a mix of horror and mystery that offers insight into the living and the dead.

One of the highlights of this upcoming Taiwanese cinema showcase is the premiere of three films in a row at Walter Reade Theater on July 24. First, My Best Friend’s Breakfast is adapted from a tale that was originally posted on the Taiwanese social media platform ‘Dcard’ in 2015. The heartwarming romance depicted became a bestselling novel, and it was published in numerous languages before making the transition to the big screen.

Next up is Terrorizers, a drama about a public slashing incident committed by a young man. Several rising names in Taiwanese series and cinema star in this film, including Moon Lee (李沐) and Annie Chen (陳庭妮). Moon Lee, the leading actress in both My Best Friend’s Breakfast and Terrorizers, was nominated for Best New Performer at the 2021 Golden Horse Awards for her role in Terrorizers. Lee also won Best Newcomer in a Television Series at the 55th Golden Bell Awards for the role of Chiang Hsiao-Meng (江曉孟) in the TV series The Victims' Game (誰是被害者).

Finally, Life for Sale will also premiere on July 24. Director Tom Teng will attend the showing to introduce his film to the audience. The movie is about a suicidal man putting his life up for sale on the Internet, and it is entertaining with attractive cinematography and slick action.

In addition, Tank Fairy, a short film co-produced by Taiwanese and US companies, will be part of the NYAFF’s Narrative Shorts Showcase on July 28. The LGBTQ-themed film was directed by Erich Rettstadt, a queer American filmmaker based in Taipei.

Moreover, ‘Reclaim,’ directed by CJ Wang, which is scheduled to premiere at Asia Society on July 29, has been nominated for this year’s Uncaged Award for the NYAFF’s Best Feature Film Competition. The film is a beautifully nuanced character study about late-life female empowerment through self-actualization. Director Wang will also attend the premiere to lead the post-screening Q&A session.

The New York Asian Film Festival is co-presented by the New York Asian Film Foundation and Film at Lincoln Center in association with Asia Society. The NYAFF 20th anniversary lineup showcases the most exciting new action, comedy, drama, thriller, romance, horror, and art-house films from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, China, South Korea, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Mongolia, Singapore, and the United States.

For more information, please visit: https://www.nyaff.org

Photographs courtesy of New York Asian Film Festival

Mama Boy初戀慢半拍
Mama Boy初戀慢半拍|dir. Arvin Chen陳駿霖|2022|98 minutes|Mandarin with English subtitles
North American Premiere|7/16/2022 3:15PM, Walter Reade Theater, FLC
Taiwanese American director Arvin Chen returns to the silver screen almost 10 years after Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? with his 2022 Taipei Film Festival opening night film. Xiao-hong (played by heartthrob Kai Ko) is timid to a fault, thanks largely to his domineering mother. After her attempts to set him up with a love interest end in disaster, he inadvertently meets an older woman (singer-actress Vivian Hsu) who captures his attention in a most unexpected place. Chen brilliantly de-glamorizes his cast, transforming them into quotidian characters we can all root for, without belittling their personal battles. Their gradual metamorphoses are painted with a vibrant cinematic palette and punctuated with moments of magical realism. Deftly exploring real-life social phenomena, Chen allows comedy and a sublime dramatic arc to evolve organically between the characters. Mama Boy is an endearing, insightful tale about a young man finally coming of age.
📽Trailer: https://youtu.be/qpzLl30ra0A

The Funeral頭七
The Funeral頭七|dir. Shen Dan-Quei沈丹桂|2022|102 minutes|Mandarin with English subtitles
International Premiere|7/20/2022 - 9:00PM Walter Reade Theater, FLC
Single mother Chun Hua works two jobs, struggling to survive the hustle of Taipei while facing a personal crisis. Summoned home to attend her grandfather’s funeral, she’s greeted by her cousin with oddly preternatural cheer, but treated with chilling disdain by her family, who insist she doesn’t belong there. Soon, Chun Hua’s ghostly nightmares begin to turn real, as she and her daughter are threatened by malevolent spirits and eerie visions. The dangers grow ever more deadly, devastating secrets are revealed, and lives are truly at stake—or is it already too late? Chilling camerawork, heart-stopping sound cues, and unexpected shock cuts all contribute to a mounting sense of dread in this superlative horror film, which probes the dark shadows of family dysfunction, crushing societal pressure, loneliness, and loss.
📽Trailer: https://youtu.be/9OD1a8_1YcA

My Best Friend’s Breakfast我吃了那男孩一整年的早餐
My Best Friend’s Breakfast我吃了那男孩一整年的早餐|dir. Du Zheng Zhe杜政哲|2022|109 minutes|Mandarin with English subtitles
North American Premiere|7/24/2022, 1:30PM Walter Reade Theater, FLC
Gawky, food-obsessed high school girl Weixin (Moon Lee) inadvertently leads handsome BMOC Youquan (singer-songwriter Eric Chou) to think her beautiful best friend has a crush on him. He proceeds to bring breakfast to the false admirer every day for a year, and Weixin ends up eating it (with gleeful gusto) so as not to hurt his feelings. Meanwhile, the two begin to bond as he teaches her guitar and, unbeknownst to each other, start to become mutually infatuated. Their parallel paths to self-discovery are paved with more crossed signals than a 1970s sitcom as love-triangle misunderstandings intensify to a feverish pitch. Based on a true story first serialized online that resulted in a real-life marriage, this Taiwanese campus romance is as sweetly charming as it is deliciously hilarious.
📽 Trailer: https://youtu.be/WPaodyQefH4

Terrorizers青春弒戀
Terrorizers青春弒戀|dir. Ho Wi-Ding何蔚庭, Hu Shih-Hsin胡至欣|2021|127 minutes|Mandarin with English subtitles
New York Premiere|7/24/2022, 4:00PM Walter Reade Theater, FLC
A delusional young man (Austin Lin of iWeirDO, NYAFF 2020) suddenly attacks a couple in public with a ninja sword. This sensational act of violence is then deconstructed through flashbacks and flash-forwards that explore the relationships between the four main characters, gradually unveiling their true natures. They include a noble young man who falls in love with a drama student and hopes to settle down, but all is not as it seems; an aspiring actress who confronts compromising secrets from her past; and a teen cosplayer who finds herself caught between a predator and a false hero. As all these threads converge, writer-director Ho Wi-Ding masterfully reveals how the disparaging public eye can dangerously fracture the emotional lives of fragile.
📽Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EajDGXwhH2o

Life for Sale售命
Life for Sale售命|dir. Tom Teng鄧仲謀|2022|106 minutes |Mandarin and Taiwanese with English subtitles|International Premiere|7/24/2022, 9:30PM Walter Reade Theater, FLC
Pity poor insurance salesman Liang did the work but not getting any sales, and despite several imaginative attempts to off himself, he fails. But thanks to an agent of fate (masquerading, of course, as a cockroach), he finds Yukio Mishima’s 1968 “psychedelic adventure” novel “Life for Sale” and is inspired to offer his own on the Internet. Before he knows it, he’s in big demand… but death continues to elude him. As Liang encounters evermore strange and powerful clients, his newfound lack of fear leads him in daring directions. With each audacious exploit, this absurdist noir comedy grows increasingly extravagant, gruesome, even heart-stopping, but never ceases to surprise.
📽 Trailer: https://youtu.be/Isc2iyTEKQw

Tank Fairy桶妝仙女
Tank Fairy桶妝仙女|dir. Erich Rettstadt雷利|2021|10 minutes|Mandarin with English Subtitles
Part of NARRATIVE SHORTS SHOWCASE| 7/28/2022, 3:30PM Walter Reade Theater, FLC
A sassy gas tank delivery woman turns out to be a queer young boy’s fairy godmother when she makes his dreams of becoming a hip drag queen come true in a fabulous explosion of glitter and glamor.
📽 Trailer: https://youtu.be/X_QHAsnvlhQ


Reclaim 一家之主
Reclaim 一家之主|dir. CJ Wang王希捷|2022|126 minutes|Mandarin with English subtitles
International Premiere|7/29/2022, 6:00PM Asia Society
Beloved art teacher Mrs. Yeh has long given up her dreams of seeing the world, instead becoming a good wife, mother, and daughter. She dutifully waits on her mansplaining loafer husband, tries to keep tabs on her Alzheimer’s-stricken mother, and dotes on her grown children. When her architect daughter moves back home while trying to reset her career, Mrs. Yeh decides to buy a bigger apartment. But plans go awry. This beautifully nuanced feature debut eloquently and hum
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Old is New: Taiwanese Artist Cheng Tsung Feng’s Work on Display at LongHouse Reserve
2022/06/27
Taipei Cultural Center in New York is pleased to announce that contemporary Taiwanese artist Cheng Tsung Feng’s (范承宗) large scale installation, “Fish Trap House VII,” will be on display in July at LongHouse Reserve. Feng’s work marks the first time that LongHouse Reserve has collaborated with a Taiwanese artist since its founding in 1991.

In Fish Trap House VII, the artist continues a series of works that are never-before-seen in America, debuting at a venue perfectly suited for a broader audience. His fish trap is based on the Taiwanese traditional fishing tool, and it pays homage to ancient hunting and fishing traditions. Feng learned the methods for making a traditional fish trap from an elder of the indigenous Thao tribe. Then, he applied these techniques to the creation of his art installation.

Fish Trap House VII will invite visitors to a tranquil experience at an enchanting spot to gaze at the gardens, be in nature, and join a global community. At LongHouse, several species of bamboo grow naturally, providing color, sound, and texture that are both transformative and restorative. The bamboo at LongHouse prevents soil erosion and removes large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, providing a healthy space, further enhanced by the beautiful scenery surrounding it.

Feng’s piece is made out of the very material that grows in abundance at LongHouse. The set-up will provide a place that all can enter for music, dance, and ceremonies throughout the season. His piece will be permanent, presented this summer then preserved over time for years to come.

About the artist, Cheng Tsung Feng:
Cheng Tsung Feng is a Taiwanese artist with an old soul and a fascination for exploring the time-honored wisdom hidden in traditional utensils. He is devoted to preserving these intangible assets and applies methods from traditional artifacts to create large-scale installations, bringing brilliant ancient wisdom to life through the objects involved. He has created pieces for Hermes, Aesop, Nike, Loewe, Apple, Ritz-Carlton, Kvadrat, Eslite, and other international brands.

To Learn More about Cheng Tsung Feng, visit HERE 

About the Longhouse Reserve and its founder, Jack Lenor Larsen:
Jack Lenor Larsen (1927-2020), a globally recognized textile designer and weaver, was one of the world’s foremost advocates of both traditional and contemporary crafts. During his travels around the world, Jack was inspired by local materials, traditions, and history, often referencing these sources when designing his textile patterns.

The 16-acre LongHouse Reserve was created in 1991 with the mission of exemplifying living with art in all forms. Through a program titled Art in the Garden, guided by a professional staff, devoted board, and expert Art Committee, LongHouse blends art and nature with the belief that the arts are central to experiencing life to the fullest. The artists whose works are on display are deeply engaged in the natural world and human life, creating a sanctuary for learning and contemplation.

The Fish Trap House VII is organized by LongHouse Reserve and supported by Taipei Cultural Center in New York.

Exhibition:
《Fish Trap House VII》
Venue:
Longhouse Reserve
(133 Hands Creek Road, East Hampton, NY 11937)
https://longhouse.org/

Image courtesy of the artist
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2023-2025 ISPA’s Taiwan Fellowship Program - Call for Applications
2022/06/20
Taipei Cultural Center in New York is delighted to collaborate with International Society for the Performing Arts to launch 2023-2025 ISPA’s Taiwan Fellowship Program! Applications are being accepted now through Friday, July 15, 2022 at 17:00 EDT (New York).


About the Program

The Taiwan Fellowship provides three-year access to ISPA’s extensive international network of arts professionals to two (2) mid-career leaders from Taiwan’s performing arts community. Participants join the ISPA membership and attend the 2023, 2024, and 2025 New York ISPA Congresses where they engage in the development and exchange of ideas with leaders from some of the world's most significant presenting organizations, performing arts organizations, artist management agencies, cultural policy groups, foundations, festivals, and related professionals.

Who We're Looking For

Mid-career leaders who are deeply committed to increasing the global connectivity of the industry and interested in developing their career through an extended engagement with ISPA. Applicants must:
• Be a permanent resident or citizen of Taiwan
• Currently working in the performing arts in Taiwan
• Minimum of five years professional experience in the performing arts
• Have the ability to attend and fully participate in ISPA for the next three years
• Have a strong working knowledge of English (must provide scores of a proficiency test such as TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge Assessment, TOEIC, GEPT; or proof of completion of a bachelor’s, master’s, doctorate, or professional degree at an accredited college or university where English is the only language of instruction)

Learn More and Apply

https://www.ispa.org/page/fellowship_landing

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