Current Exhibitions

  
Venue
  • TAIWAN 3D ART(Free Admission)
    TAIWAN 3D ART(Free Admission)

    This exhibition presents scenic and cultural spots around Taiwan in 3D art, giving visitors the chance to walk into the works, interact with them, and take photos. Experiencing local culture through 3D art can help us better understand and appreciate Taiwan's rich and wonderful cultural heritage.

    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)
  • Beauty of Lacquer Art – Exquisite, Elegant and Aesthetical Perfection (Free Admission)
    Beauty of Lacquer Art – Exquisite, Elegant and Aesthetical Perfection (Free Admission)

    Indeed, it is extremely difficult to pass on the lacquer craft due to negative factors coming from materials used for creation, external environmental properties, and physique of the creator. Fortunately, this exhibition can be held in collaboration with the “living national treasure” lacquer artist family, allowing our appreciators from home and abroad to take a close-up look at the aesthetics of lacquer art. The lacquer techniques are composed of a series of long and complicated...

    Date: Venue:Front of the 1st Exhibition Hall
  • “Power of She” Exhibition A Brief History of Female Service Clerk Uniforms at CKS Memorial Hall (Free Admission)
    “Power of She” Exhibition A Brief History of Female Service Clerk Uniforms at CKS Memorial Hall (Free Admission)

    The National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall was completed and opened in 1980, which coincided with the early years of the women’s movement. The perspective of the service clerks, exhibiting elegance and strength, is used in this exhibition to describe and record the changes and developments at the Memorial Hall over 40 years. It also indirectly shows how the activation of woman power in society will continue to make every moment impressive.

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  • Love Has No Limits Exhibition 2021(Free Admission)
    Love Has No Limits Exhibition 2021(Free Admission)

    Love has no limits, transcending ethnicity and physical or intellectual disabilities. Through painting, pottery, and even floriculture, works individual or collective are used to showcase the emotionally diverse world of love.

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