學術協辦簡介 Academic Partners
Department of Sculpture, National Taiwan University of Arts
School of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts
University of the Arts London
師超過一半畢業於本校、30位傑伍德攝影獎（Jerwood Photography Award）得主有12位曾於
本校就讀，還有菲利浦親王設計獎（Prince Phillip Designer Prize）有七位得主均來自本校。
Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts
本校創校邁入第29 週年，所栽培之3,300 名畢業生目前積極從事創意產業相關工作，包含音樂、
Department of Visual Arts, Eszterházy Károly College
THE 3rd LIH PAO INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE BIENNIAL AWARDS
Aim to create an environment with no barriers between life and art. Through this
international opportunity, we hope to provide a platform on which young emerging talent
may thrive with their creative ideas, and which may encourage international cultural
Virtue and order upon the Universe
Brings harmony to Mother Earth
With the development of a script comes civilization
Culture evolves and transforms
Nowadays a script is not merely a way to communicate knowledge but also a form to
present artistic culture and aesthetic design. To celebrate the scripts' evolvement in
civilisation, the topic of the 2015 Biennial Awards is to explore the connection and the
transformation between scripts and cultural change in our generation.
The competition is open to both Taiwanese (R.O.C.) local and international artists.
1. The submitted work must be the artist's own creation. A maximum of two submissions
are allowed per individual.
2. If the submitted work is found to infringe upon intellectual property right and is found
guilty by the court, the prize winner shall return the prize money received. The organiser
shall not be held accountable for such infringement. If the submitted work is found to be
in violation of any of the following conditions, the participant will be
disqualified and disallowed from competition for the following four years.
a. The submitted work must be an original creation, not plagiarised, copied, or otherwise
submitted under false pretences.
b. We do not accept work that has been entered into other competitions,
has previously won an award in any international art exhibitions or competitions, or has
been entered into an international exhibition of a competitive nature (except those held by
an educational institution).
1. Registration shall be made online via www.lihpao-sculpture.com Please follow the
registration guidelines and provide the basic information, upload the submitted work and
accept the agreement. 6 photographs of the submitted work shall be uploaded, including
the front, back, left and right profiles, and a top view photograph and a 3D photograph. An
additional 2-4 photographs of the participant's other works in the recent two years shall
also be uploaded.
2. Every artist needs to submit a 3-minute video introducing his/her work in the format of
HD1280x720 and to upload this on YouTube. The content of the submitted video is not
restricted. After the upload, please provide this YouTube web link in the specified column
when making the online registration. Please note, without the You-Tube web link, the
registration is not complete and thus is not eligible for entering the competition.
1. Only photographs of the actual work model shall be uploaded. Sketches, 3D computer
simulation or other photographs not meeting the criteria will not be accepted. The
organiser reserves the right to accept a registration or refuse it.
2. The concept of the submitted work shall be written in 100 to 300 words, genre not
restricted. Every photograph file of the work shall be under 1MB in size and in JPEG format,
with a resolution 300dpi. The file name of each photograph shall clearly state the artwork
title and viewing angle, e.g. Newborn-Front View, Newborn-Back View, Newborn-Top View.
3. All files shall be uploaded together at once. Incomplete documents or incorrect formats
will not be uploaded successfully.
4. Once the registration is complete, a registration number will be sent by the system to
confirm receipt of the files. If the registration number is not received, please double check
if any information, document or photograph required for registration is missing, or contact
the organiser immediately.
1.Registration: 1 September~17:00, 31 December 2015
2. Announcement of Shortlisted Candidates: March 2016. Announcement will be made on
Lih Pao Cultural Arts Foundation, British Council in Taiwan and the Biennial Awards
3. Artwork Submission Period: 1 April~31 July 2016. Works not received by the deadline
will not be eligible for the consideration.
4. Announcement of Final Winners: September 2016. Announcement will be made on Lih
Pao Cultural Arts Foundation, British Council in Taiwan, and the Biennial Awards websites.
5. Award Ceremony: October 2016. Date and location are to be announced.
※Please note that the above timetable is subject to change, and any changes made will be
announced on www.lihpao-sculpture.com.
1. Materials: Primarily metal, clay, wood, stone, FRP, and other durable materials should be
used. Dangerous materials are prohibited.
a. There are two panel reviews. In the first review, 20 artworks will be shortlisted to enter
the final review.
b. Combined dimensions of the shortlisted/submitted works must be in between 180cm
and 240cm. The size restriction does not apply to the size of the base of the work. Work of
which the combined dimensions do not meet the specified range shall be disqualified from
a.Theme interpretation 30%
c.Overall presentation 40%
Awards and Prizes
1. Gold Award : One winner ; prize money of NT$1,000,000 and atrophy and an award
2. Silver Award : One winner ; prize money of NT$700,000 and a
trophy and an award certificate.
3. Bronze Award : One winner ; prize money of NT$500,000 and a
trophy and an award certificate.
4. Shortlisted Award : 17 winners ; prize money of NT$150,000 and anaward certificate.
5. Most Popular Exhibit Award : One winner ; prize money of
※During the stage of first review, all videos submitted by artists will be put online for the
public to vote for their favourite video, and the winner will be announced on
※To encourage creation, above awards and prizes are subject to the quality of shortlisted
artworks. The organiser reserves the right to add awards or not to award any winners within
a given category if no entry is found to be of suitable merit.
※The regulations stipulate that Taiwanese award recipients winning prizes in excess of
NT$20,000 shall be subject to a 10% withholding income tax, to be automatically deducted
by the organiser, as well as a 2% supplementary health insurance premium. Non-Taiwanese
(R.O.C.) award recipients winning prizes in excess of NT$10,000 shall be subject to
automatic deduction of a 20% withholding income tax.
Wiring the Prize Money
1. Both international and local Taiwan prize winners are responsible to cover the handling
fee that the bank charges for wiring the prize money.
2. Prize money for international prize winners shall only be wired in the currency of the Euro,
the US Dollar or the RMB.
Subsidy for Shipping of Artworks
1. Other than Gold, Silver and Bronze Award winners, Lih Pao Cultural Arts Foundation
provides each 17 Shortlisted Award winners a subsidy of NT$10,000 to cover the shipping
cost of the artwork in addition to their prize money.
2. The shipping subsidy is wired together with the prize money.
Timetable of Exhibitions
1. Exhibition Tours of Awarded Works are as follows:
Taichung Tour: August~September 2016
Taipei Tour: October~November 2016
Kaohsiung Tour: December 2016
2. Exhibition locations and dates will be announced on
Artwork Property Rights
1. Awarded works of the 3rd Lih Pao International Sculpture Biennial Awards shall not be
returned to the winners and will remain permanently in the collection of the organiser; the
organiser will not offer any collection fee. The organiser reserves the right to collect the
works permanently and use the artworks without a fee.
2. The organiser reserves the right to reproduce or utilise collected works for relevant
purposes, such as photography, exhibition, editing, publication, research, promotion,
public display, as well as in various formats, such as video, digital and web content, print,
and promotional material. Such use is not restricted in terms of frequency or number of
For enquiries, please contact
Taiwanese (R.O.C.) local artists: firstname.lastname@example.org
International artists: email@example.com
Final interpretation of the rules and regulations stipulated in these guidelines will be made
in accordance with notifications from the organiser. The organiser retains the right to make
changes to these guidelines at any time, and shall duly announce any amendments on
About Lih Pao Cultural Arts Foundation
Lih Pao Cultural Arts Foundation (The Foundation) was founded in 2003 and has been
established by Lih Pao Group. It is dedicated to the promotion of activities in architecture,
education, arts, community building and charity with the objectives to promote art
exhibitions, to encourage development of local cultures and to introduce them to the
world. Through exchange of arts and partnership on arts projects, the Foundation made a
contribution to the prospect of Taiwan's culture and arts.
The Lih Pao International Sculpture Biennial Awards is a global event organised every two
years; it is Taiwan's first large-scale sculpture competition calling for entries to all artists
worldwide. This year marks the 3rd Biennial Awards since the First Biennial Awards in 2011.
The numbers of entries collected, the amount of incentives offered and the number of
exhibition tours organised have all been expanded this time. The Foundation has also
committed to more sophisticated competition rules and increased the profile of the
Awards to encourage more artworks from both seasoned and emerging artists. Moreover,
the Awards is a platform for young emerging artists to showcase their
talents and an opportunity for international exchanges, and also to help Taiwan develop
new values for local arts and culture.
Fulfilling corporate social responsibility, Lih Pao Group continues to encourage the
incorporation of aesthetics into everyday life and to promote creativity in sculpture making.
The Awards this year will be a focal point of the best sculptures in the world. It is hoped that
the exhibitions will bring arts closer to people and make arts part of everyday life. For more
information about the Foundation, please visit
Recent Arts and Culture Events by Lih Pao Cultural Arts Foundation
Arts and cultural promotions with local governments
The Foundation worked with various local governments to promote and deliver culture and
arts events, including Panchiao Culture Festival, San-hsia Indigo Dyeing Festival, Keelung
Mid-Summer Ghost Festival, Yingge Ceramics Festival, The Double Tenth Day
Enbankments Culture Festival, Taipei Lantern Festival, Luzhou Culture Festival, Xinzhuang
Thanksgiving Concert, Taichung International Saxophone Competition.
The Foundation organised the Lih Pao Architectural Creative Forum from 2009 to 2015. In
collaboration with various partners such as the Cultural Affairs Department, New Taipei City
Government and Xue Xue Institute, thirty-three experts and academics in the fields of
architecture, design, arts and creative industry have been invited to speak in the forums in
the past seven years and attracted more than 5,000 participants.
Culture and Arts Education
The Foundation has worked with Education Department, New TaipeiCity Government from
2009 to 2015 to promote arts education andthe "Happy Family" concept. Children were
encouraged to send intheir drawings on the theme of "Beautiful Taiwan, Happy Family."
More than 3,900 primary school students joined this activity with 455 children winning an
award. These outstanding artworks were collatedinto a collection by the Foundation, and
all of the primary schools and libraries were sent a copy of it.
In 2015, the Foundation sponsored The Art and Humanities Festival organised by the
National Taiwan Normal University. Sponsorship was also given to The Association of Asian
Contemporary Sculptors for organising the 23rd Exhibition on "Real vs. Virtual".
In 2013, the Foundation sponsored the Formosa Sculpture Biennial Exhibition in Kaohsiung
and the International Miniature Sculpture Exhibition and the Sculpture Exhibition
organised respectively by National Taiwan University of the Arts.
Other Charity Projects and Programmes
• New Inhabitants Torch Program of New Taipei City Government
• Liokou Wushe Street Scene Rehabilitation and experiential learning
for the film "Seediq Bale"
• Art Charity Project of the National Theater & Concert Hall
• Library Renovation Project of Hsiushui Junior High School in Changhua County
• Volunteers for Malaysia Project from the National Tsing Hua University
• Worked with Eden Social Welfare Foundation, Child Welfare League Foundation, the
Autism Services Association, Taiwan Muscular Dystrophy Association and other charitable
organisations for the benefits of the disadvantaged
About British Council
The British Council is the United Kingdom's international organization for cultural relations
and educational opportunities. Founded in London in 1934, we currently operate in over
100 countries and territories worldwide. The British Council Taiwan office was founded in
Taipei since 1996. The goal of our work is to promote the understanding and collaboration
between UK and Taiwan on arts and creative economy.
For our recent art works in Taiwan, we have been facilitating many collaborations between
mainstream local art partners and British arts organisations and artists, such as The Royal
Ballet, Shakespeare's Globe, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, selected performing groups
from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and so on, introducing the best of British visual arts,
architecture, design, performing arts, film, literature and creative skill development to
Taiwan. In 2015, unprecedentedly we invited 9 British fashion talents to showcase their
collections, hoping to inject creative and diverse concepts into the local fashion industry
and enhance UK-Taiwan collaborations by creating more new
audiences and mutual understanding.
For more information about the British Council, please visit
In 1977, whilst Principal Lecturer in Art Education at Bretton Hall College, Peter Murray
founded Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Set within 500 acres of 18th century parkland, YSP is an
international centre for modern and contemporary sculpture, enjoyed by 400K visitors
Since then he has travelled extensively throughout the world advising on sculpture projects,
lecturing and contributing to conferences and organising exhibitions. He has worked with
hundreds of artists and organised major exhibitions including Antony Gormley, David Nash,
Henry Moore, along with instigating residencies and projects for younger artists helping to
establish YSP as a major international arts organisation. He
has written for journals and publications and has contributed to television and radio
programmes. He has also been a judge for various awards including the Jerwood Sculpture
In 1988 Peter was awarded the National Arts Collection Fund Award and in 1989 made
Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Art. He has been elected Fellow of the Royal
Society of British Sculptors and was awarded Honorary Doctorates from the University of
Lincolnshire and North Humberside and the University of Huddersfield. He has been
awarded an OBE and CBE for services to the arts.
Chris Wainwright is an artist and curator who's practice is located in environmental
photography, performance and installation. His recent exhibitions include: "Troubled
Waters", Kuandu Museum of Fine Art, Taipei, Taiwan, 2013: "A Catalogue of Error's", The
Diawa Foundation, London, 2013: "Futureland Now", The Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK,
2012-13: "Between Time and Space", Heijo Palace, Nara, Japan. He has a major forthcoming
solo exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taiwan in 2015.
He recently co-curated a major international touring exhibition for Cape Farewell called
"U-n-f-o-l-d" that profiles the work of 23 artists addressing aspects of climate change. The
exhibition has been shown in Vienna, London, Newcastle, Newlyn, Liverpool,
Chicago, New York and Beijing, 2009-2013. Presently he is involved in a three year project
with Future Lab Tohoku, to establish an art based contribution to the rebuilding and
cultural enhancement of the Tohoku Region of Japan, devastated by the 2011 tsunami and
He is also a Professor and Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of the Arts London and
Head of Chelsea, Camberwell and Wimbledon Colleges of Art.
Barbara Allen is the CEO of Hospitality & Leisure Asia. HLA provides architectural and
interior design services to the hospitality industry, with offices in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur
and Abu Dhabi, UAE. Barbara also sits as a Director of Harvest Moon Sdn Bhd which is an
art consultancy company created as an adjunct to HLA for Hotel Art programming. As HLA
works on prestigious projects including Palaces, Hotels, Resorts
and Cultural Centres, Barbara is directly involved in the selection, commissioning, and
placement of investment Art for her clients.
Barbara has been a member of the American Society of Interior Designers since 1981, the
National Historic Preservation Society since 1983, a member of the United States Green
Building Council, a member of CODA, and was a founding member of the Hong Kong
Society of Designers.
She studied History of Art, Architecture, Interior Design and Furniture Design at San Diego
State University, and later attended Inchbald School of Design in London to study 18th
century paint techniques. Barbara is truly multi-cultural; half Japanese and half American,
with grandparents from England.
Miguel Ausili was born in Buenos Aires in Argentina and lived in Italy for more than 30 years.
His artistic training began at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes in his city, with the
sculptor Aurelio Macchi and continued at the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara. He arrived
in Carrara with a scholarship to learn the technique of marble processing. He taught
sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, Turin, Venice and Palermo. He
is currently professor of sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara, his teaching is
directed to the recycling of materials in sculpture and the relationship between art and
nature. In recent years he has been organising events of environmental sculpture in natural
environments with his students.
As an artist he often exhibited in group exhibitions including: Biennale di Scultura di Arese,
Scultura di immagine. Certosa di Calci in Pisa; Premio Ternate in Monza; Idiomi della
scultura contemporanea in Sommacampagna; Ausonia at Centro di Sarro, Rome; Memorial
di Santa Giulia in Modena; Rien ne va plus, Castello di Lagopesole in Potenza; Premio
Sulmona; Tre strade nella Scultura and many others. His works are in museums and public
spaces in Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Romania and Japan.
Artist István Erőss works at Eszterházy Károly College, Eger, as associate professor and head
of the Department of Visual Arts. He graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts
in 1995 as a printmaker, but he also attended other institutions, such as the Academy of
Fine Arts Vienna, the Royal Academy of Art (The Hague) and the College of Fine Arts in
Marseille. He defended his DLA thesis in 2009. He has taken numerous professional trips
to remote countries: he has been to Africa four times and to Asia twenty-one times as a
guest artist, exhibitor, lecturer or curator of different artists' camps
and symposia. He is exhibitor and organiser of the series of international exchange
exhibitions entitled SZEGMENS (SEGMENT), consisting of twenty six events held in
Hungary and several Asian countries up to now. He works in different genres ranging from
printmaking through installation to performance. In the last ten years he has mainly
focused on creating nature art works.
Dr. Terry Huang, managing partner and vice-president of Motif Art Group, also head of
Group's Asian-Pacific region, overseeing the issue and management of art-related financial
products. He initiated several art-related financial products such as Art Fund, Fixed Asset
Management, Art as Collateral, and Art as a vehicle for Asset Allocation into Asian-Pacific
region. He also participates in the strategic planning, designing, and
developing of several cultural and creative parks in the major cities in China. Dr. Huang
grew up in Taiwan, awarded a Ph.D. in History of Modern Art from Harvard University and
an MS in Arts Administration and an MA in Art History from Boston
University. He previously served as the faculty at New York University and held a forum of
Semiotics of Visual Languages at Oxford University. He is a tenured professor at Yale
University and had held fellowships from Getty Fellowship / Whitney Humanities Center
and Mellon Fellowship. Between 2002 and 2003, he served as a panel advisor overseeing
and managing the Acquisition Funds for the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA),
while associated with JPMorgan Chase Funds for the Museum's expansion project.
Meanwhile, he also served as panel advisor at National Endowment for the
Arts (NEA)'s board, brought considerable expertise and former operating experience into
the reviews over cultural-related budget and expenses.
Professor Izumi Hatano is Advisor to the President and Director of the University Library
and Arts Museum of Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts now. He graduated from Tokyo
University of the Arts (sculpture department) in 1982, and completed Master's
Program (Graduate School of Art) in 1984. He instructed as a lecturer in Tokyo University
of the Arts until 1996 and teaches in Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts from 1997 and
reaches it at the present. In 1999, he stayed and taught in National Taiwan University of
Arts as an invitation foreigner honorary member artist and associate professor.
As an sculptor, his recent main exhibitions include "Art Revolution Taipei" at Taipei Show
Hall; "Sanyi International Woodcarving Art Festival" at Sanyi Woodcarving Museum, Miaoli
County in Taiwan; "Solo Show-HATANO IZUMI- Wood and Urushi" at Asago Art Village
Museum, Hyogo, Japan; "International Sculpture Festa 2011 in Seoul" at The Hangaram Art
Museum, Seoul Arts Center; "Sculpture Field - Substance and Medium" at Kao Yuan
University Art Center, Taiwan; and so on.
There are many international exchange exhibitions with the Taiwanese universities and the
society, and Izumi Hatano plans them as Director of the Contemporary Sculpture Society
in Okinawa (He is in post of chief director now) and contributes to cultural exchange after
J.J. Shih is the Executive Director of Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei (MOCA Taipei).
Born in 1954 in Nanto Taiwan, J.J. Shih holds a Bachelor's degree (Fine Arts), National
Taiwan University and a Master's degree, Graduate School of Art History, Temple University
(USA). Prior to taking up the directorship of Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, J.J. Shih
was the Chief Curator, Exhibitions and Deputy Researcher, Taipei Fine Arts Museum.
Tsai-Lang Huang is the former Director of National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and
promoted a number of important biennial exhibitions, including the Asian Arts Biennial
Exhibition, Taiwan Biennial Fine Arts Exhibition, Architecture Biennial Exhibition in Venice –
Taiwan Pavilion, International Biennial Print Exhibition. From 2013 onwards, solo
exhibitions for international contemporary artists, including Tony Cragg and Agam,
demonstrated the achievements of international exchanges by the Museum under his
leadership. The Museum is now working on a few important projects, including promoting
a catalogue system of collections in the past 25 years, planning regular exhibits of the best
collections of the Museum, organizing a series of biographical exhibits of local artists to
present the works and art history development after the World War II, and setting up an art
bank to promote rental of collections to be displayed in public space.
Born in Taichung, Taiwan in 1966, Pei-Ni Beatrice Hsieh is the former director of the
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts. She is also appointed as the committee member for
various councils for art and cultural affairs on both municipal and national levels as well as
the trustee for art endowments and foundations in Taiwan. Hsieh serves as the board
member at the Chinese Association of Museums and AICA-Taiwan. She sits in the
advisory boards for art museums to be opened in Tainan, Taichung, New Taipei City and
As an art curator, Hsieh was the chief curator of the National Taiwan Museum of Arts, and
was also the Chief of its Office for International & Public Relations. In her curatorial
practices, Hsieh has been credited with dozens of local and international exhibitions held
in leading art institutes in different continents. She was best known for presenting the
Taiwan Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennial.
As an art critic and historian credited with award-winning publications, Hsieh has
constantly published essays and articles in periodicals, magazines and catalogues in both
Chinese and foreign languages over the last two decades. Hsieh has been invited by
overseas universities and institutes such like UNESCO-ICOM's sub committees, AICA, AAM,
PAA and by governments of USA, France, Australia and so on, she was also awarded with
the Decoration of Masarek by the Czech Republic and decorated by Italian government in
Kai-Huang Chen, a practitioner and innovator in interdisciplinary aesthetics, specializes in
concepts for art and has a long focus on the "variation of impossibility in cultural ontology,"
"Trans-subjectivity paralogic," and "Intervention Arts." His research interests include
aesthetics and the society, contemporary political science and identification with historic
Toward the end of 1980s, he started art projects corresponding to the theme of art work
using multiple media, incorporating behavior, image and new media, interdisciplinary
multi-media installation, all of which is Measurement of Inter-Cultures or Culture
Measuring. He has multiple roles – an interdisciplinary artist, an innovator & curator, an art
social movement practitioner, a culture advisor and an advocate for micro-organisation
reforms. In addition to these planned work, he is currently a professor in postgraduate
interdisciplinary research and the Dean of College of Fine Arts, Taipei National University
of the Arts. He is also the Chairman of Sanzhi Culture Foundation. His main creative works,
exhibits and teaching posts are in Taipei.
Yang is currently the owner of 33 Elephant International Art Inc., chairman of Taiwan
Association of Asian Contemporary Sculptors, and organiser of Taiwan, Japan and Korea
Sculpture Exchange Exhibition.
As a prolific creator, Yang's works include "Conception, Heaven and Earth, Flying Seed"
series, "Out of the Earth," "Sun Rises from the East," "The Dance of Flame," "Spring is
Coming," "Island," and "Macro Bar Code." In 2009 he just won Taipei Air Control Center,
Civil Aeronautics Administration, MOTC, with "Restricted Flight" in 1st place. In addition,
constant presentations have also been seen in gallery, public arts, landscape design,
architecture panning, and other fine arts, and a frequent participant in various international
Liu holds a Master's degree in Sculpture at École Nationale Supérieux des Beaux Arts, Paris,
France. He is a professor in Department of Sculpture, National Taiwan University of Arts
and also the Chief Executive of Tung Ho Steel Enterprise Foundation. He was once
appointed as the Director at the National Taiwan University of Arts for two school terms
and the Director of Art Museum at National Taiwan University of Arts.
His awards include:
• 2008 Zhong-shan Arts Awards
• First Prize in 2010 Taipei Hakka Affairs Commission Theme Park Public Arts
• 2010 "Steel Forest" presentation at Water-side Park in Korea
• 2012 Wu San Lien Arts Awards
• 2015 Art work "Dragon" was collected by the Museum of Anthropology in Paris, France
• 2015 Art works "Transformed City," "Kiss," and "Song for Life" were collected by A. Rome
Lifestyle Hotel and displayed at the hotel square
Born in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China, in 1956, Sui received his Bachelor's degree in
Fine Arts from Shandong University of Arts. In 1989, he earned a Master's degree in
Sculpture from China Central Academy of Fine Arts where he is currently Professor in the
Department of Sculpture.
Department of Sculpture, National Taiwan University of Arts
The Department of Sculpture is the only department which focuses on the art of sculpture
in Taiwan. Since the 1960s, the department has had more than 900 graduates and become
a main character of sculpture today in Taiwan.
We impart to students the knowledge of sculptural culture and professional art through
academic research and study, making use of the qualities of Eastern art in the context of
western sculpture form. Our curriculum structure allows students to create their own field
of study through course selection rather than arbitrary division into study groups. Students
then proceed to refined modern sculpture workshops in "Sculpture", "Metalworking",
"Woodcarving", "Stone Carving", and "Mixed Media."
We invite teachers from around the world to make students realise the principle of art
creation in different eras, regions and historical backgrounds through the international
School of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of the Arts
The School of Fine Arts has produced many young artists whose creative talents were
unleashed under the guidance of a diverse cohort of artists, teachers and researchers. It
continues to be instrumental in developing the potential of Taiwan's contemporary art,
while situating Taiwanese art in the international context. The School offers courses that
include both practical and studio-based work, and theoretical research. The curriculum
emphasises interdepartmental interaction and interdisciplinary integration.
University of the Arts London
University of the Arts London (UAL) is Europe's largest specialist art and design university.
Its unique creative community is made up of six distinctive and distinguished Colleges:
Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, London College
of Communication, London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Arts. Renowned
names in the cultural and creative sectors produced by the University include 12 Turner
prize winners and over half of all nominees, 10 out of 17 fashion designers named British
Designer of the Year, more than half of the designers showcased in London Fashion Week,
12 out of 30 winners of the Jerwood Photography Award and seven winners of the Prince
Philip Designers Prize.
Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts
Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts was founded on the principle of the relentless
pursuit of beauty: both the distinctive beauty created by Okinawan culture, and the
universal beauty of humankind. In accordance with that principle, we are a comprehensive
arts school consisting of a Faculty of Arts and Crafts, a Faculty of Music, graduate schools,
a Research Institute, and a University Library and Arts Museum. Taking advantage of our
geographical position at the crossroads of East Asia and the Pacific region, we have entered
into agreements for artistic and scholarly exchange with ten universities in China, Taiwan,
Thailand, Indonesia, Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom, and we actively encourage
students to study abroad.
This year marks our 29th anniversary. Thus far, approximately 3,300 graduates have
completed their studies and are now actively engaged in creative endeavours, some
working as musicians and performers, some as artists, as well many more in other artistic
Department of Visual Arts, Eszterházy Károly College
Eszterházy Károly College is an institution committed to excellence in education and
positioning itself for the future. It achieves this while remaining faithful to its intellectual
heritage from when it was founded in 1948 as a Pedagogy College, and continuing the
two-and-a-half century old tradition of higher education in Eger. The College is presently
serving a student body of over 10,000 with a staff of 650. It offers 30 undergraduate BA and
BS programs in the fields of humanities, economics, social sciences, natural sciences, sports
science and the arts. Advanced level vocational programs, several post-secondary and
postgraduate programs are also available, and M.A. level teacher training is to be launched
in the near future.
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