2012 Multi-cultural Arts Development Project: Artist-in-Residence Program
Over the past years, the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts has been holding several artist-in-residence programs so that the selected artists can have a place to make art freely. This year, two Maori artists from New Zealand, George Nuku and Tracey Tawhiao, as well as two artists from the Truku Tribe in Taiwan, Idas Losin and DonDon Hounwn, are invited as resident artists. The combination of the four artists is an interesting attempt to cross the boundary between visual arts and performance arts. It is expected that, through the exchanges of artistic creativity among these artists, we will see exciting artistic breakthroughs and achievements from the program this year (http://www.kmfa.gov.tw/KMFAENG/home02.aspx?ID=$1003&IDK=2&EXEC=L&DATA=730&AP=$1003_HISTORY-0^$1003_PN-1). The program will end on January 13, 2013.