Current Exhibitions

  
Venue
  • Aesthetics in Transparency – Infinite Possibility of Glass Art (Free Admission)
    Aesthetics in Transparency – Infinite Possibility of Glass Art (Free Admission)

    The main component of glass is silica sand, which is one of the earliest artificial materials appearing in the history of human civilization. This transparent silicate is rigid, brittle, and fragile. It has excellent ductility and plasticity after being heated and molten. Hsinchu is an important city of glass craft in Taiwan, which has developed over one hundred years. Glass art has been widely used in various aspects from livelihood, industry to artistic creation. This exhibition has sel...

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  • Discover Tomorrow-Women in Sports(Free Admission)
    Discover Tomorrow-Women in Sports(Free Admission)

    Echoing the Tokyo Olymics, this exhibition explores gender-friendly sports and female participation therein, progressing from closed to a future of equality in three aspects of life-body, clothing, and space.

    Date: Venue:Central Hallway
  • Awakening Tide – The Call for Freedom on the Long Road to Taiwan Democracy (Free Admission)
    Awakening Tide – The Call for Freedom on the Long Road to Taiwan Democracy (Free Admission)

    Taiwan’s democratic development has been an arduous and protracted process. In their quest for democracy, the Taiwanese people began more than one hundred years ago not only to strive for political participation but also for a constitutional political system, the separation of powers, and the rule of law, as well as for the safeguarding of basic human rights such as individual freedom, freedom of expression, freedom to publish, freedom of assembly and freedom of association. In order to ac...

    Date: Venue:Human Rights Multimedia Area(3F)
  • Exhibition of the Winners of the 8th Makapah Arts Award and 14th National Aboriginal Children’s Painting Contest(Free admission)
    Exhibition of the Winners of the 8th Makapah Arts Award and 14th National Aboriginal Children’s Painting Contest(Free admission)

    How do you imagine indigenous culture? Let this exhibition of art- award -winners guide you through an exploration of the different philosophies and customs of the local indigenous peoples, experiencing the beauty of their cultures through art.

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