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ACC Taiwan announces 2019 Taiwan Fellowship recipients

We are delighted to announce that 2019 ACC Taiwan Fellowship have been awarded to 5 individuals and 2 organizations . They are all talented artists or arts professionals currently at the forefront of arts and cultural developments in Taiwan. 

Congratulations to the new grantees and wish them all a very promising future with the grant support from ACC!

 

1.VT Art Salon (Curation) - A platform for the exchange and integration of art space...

posted: July 5, 2019
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Notice of Condolence

On behalf of the ACC Taiwan Foundation, we express our condolences on the loss of our board member, Mrs Suzie Ho, who has left us on January 8th, 2019 at the age of 76. 

Her contribution to Taiwanese artists was exemplary, such as supporting ACC's Taiwan Fellowship and founding the "Tung Ho Steel International Artist Residency Program". Her achievements will continue to have considerable influence on the development of the arts in Taiwan.

posted: February 11, 2019
Category: ACC News

ACC 55th Anniversary Celebration

posted: September 25, 2018
Category: ACC News

Open Call for 2019 ACC Grant Applications

ACC Taiwan Foundation (ACCTF) are pleased to announce that 2019 Asian Cultural Council Fellowships are now open for online application and we are inviting grant proposals from qualified applicants from Taiwan who wish to pursue specialised training, research, exploration and workshops. Deadline for online submission falls on November 15, 2018 11:59 pm EST. 

ACCTF provides grants annually to Taiwanese artists, scholars, curators and arts...

posted: September 19, 2018
Category: ACC News

ACC Taiwan Grantees have been awarded for the 16th Taishin Arts Award and the 12th Arte Laguna Prize

After a year-long process of nomination, the winners of the 16th Taishin Arts Award, selected from the sixteen finalist artists and art groups, were announced.  2 of them are ACC Taiwan Grantees: Yao Jui-Chung(Visual Art, 1997) and Pagarlava Bulareyaung (Dance, 1998, 2007). 

Taishin Visual Arts Award

Incarnation — Yao Jui-Chung Solo Exhibition 

Taishin Performing Arts Award

Stay That Way – Bulareyaung Dance and Cultural Foundation

 

Yao...

posted: June 15, 2018
Category: ACC News

ACC Taiwan announces 2018 Taiwan Fellowship recipients

We are delighted to announce that 2018 ACC Taiwan Fellowship have been awarded to 6 individuals. They are all talented artists or arts professionals currently at the forefront of arts and cultural developments in Taiwan. 

Congratulations to the new grantees and wish them all a very promising future with the grant support from ACC! 

1.Ying-Chih Chen (Dance) -  Dance Artist  

A six-month New York Fellowship to research the Limón...

posted: June 1, 2018
Category: ACC News

Open Call for 2018 ACC Grant Applications

ACC Taiwan Foundation (ACCTF) are pleased to announce that 2018 Asian Cultural Council Fellowships are now open for online application and we are inviting grant proposals from qualified applicants from Taiwan who wish to pursue specialised training, research, exploration and workshops. Deadline for online submission falls on November 9, 2017 11:59 pm EST  / November 10, 2017 12:59pm Taipei Time. 

ACCTF provides grants annually to...

posted: September 19, 2017
Category: ACC News

ACC Taiwan announces 2017 Taiwan Fellowship recipients

We are delighted to announce that 2017 ACC Taiwan Fellowship have been awarded to  6 individuals and 1 organization. They are all talented artists or arts professionals currently at the forefront of arts and cultural developments in Taiwan. 

Congratulations to the new grantees and wish them all a very promising future with the grant support from ACC! 

1.  Yu-An Chen (Theater) -  Lead performer at Theatre Company of Lee Qing Zhao the...
posted: June 9, 2017
Category: ACC News

ACC Taiwan Grantees have been nominated for the 15th Taishin Arts Award

Taishin Arts Award, Taiwan's most prestigious prize for contemporary arts, recognizes outstanding works of dance, theatre, music and visual arts that have premiered in the preceding calendar year.

It is an encouraging news to learn that out of a total 19 nominees for the 15th Taishin Arts Award, 4 of them are ACC Taiwan Grantees; they are Cheng Tsung-Lung (Dance, 2011), Su Hui-Yu (Visual Art, 2008), Wang Shin-Shin (Music, 2011) and Pagarlava Bulareyaung (Dance, 1998, 2007).

The...

posted: May 8, 2017
Category: ACC News


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