IMCCI Programme Activities
Every semester, IMCCI students take part in extracurricular activities that help expand their knowledge on local and international creative industries. Museum visits, seminars, day and weekly trips as well as special projects are only a few examples of opportunities students have to talk to professionals and learn, first-hand, about the inner workings and challenges of the industries.
Contemporary Indigenous Art from Southern Taiwan
~ Pingtung Sandimen Field Trip – Performing Arts in Local and International Contexts class ~
The trip to Pingtung was part of the “Performing Arts in Local and International Contexts” class taught by professor I-Wen Chang. The goal was to immerse students in the most recent production of visual artists and contemporary dancers of Paiwan and Rukai background or inspired by those people’s cultures.
The exhibition “When Kacalisian culture meets the vertical city — contemporary art from greater Sandimen” (當斜坡文化遇到垂直城市—大山地門當代藝術展) was curated by TNUA professor Manray Hsu (徐文瑞) and included 17 artists of different generations, artistic styles, and backgrounds.
photos by Larissa Soto Hermández
Brand Extensions and Corporate Museums – Alberto Campagnolo
~ Two-day International Lecture and Workshop ~
In a two-day workshop, Alberto helps students create a roadmap for thinking through lectures and group assignments to develop brand communication in a dynamic and effective manner. The workshop helps students study how to use and re-create, creating brands for the art world, including corporate institutional museums, and creating true stories of brands.
Interaction with arts through an indigenous community: TNUA Fine Arts and IMCC graduate students travel to Eastern Taiwan to explore the unlimited features of contemporary art.
Art & Science Interactions in Society/Art & Ethics – Lucas Evers
~ International Lecture and Workshop ~
There is a still growing interest of artists to work with living materials, with living organisms, with living systems. These works are 1) always performative by nature of the living and acting component and 2) always hold the responsibility of taking care of the living element. That responsibility brings about moral and ethical elements within the artwork, in cases closely related to the ethical elements that are evaluated by ethics expert panels in scientific research.
Attending the 10th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 10) & Chulalongkorn University in Thailand (content in Chinese)
~ International Asian Studies Conference ~
The International Conference of Asian Scholars, also known as The International Convention of Asia Scholars, is the world’s most important and grand platform for the exchange of experts and scholars in the field of Asian studies. This year’s was the 10th session and was held in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The theme of the “One Belt, One Road” international cooperation guided the discussion through themes such as the development and prospects of Asian culture under the new geopolitics scenario.
Guest Talks from Thailand “Lady Boy Cabaret Show” & “Elephant Dance”
~ Thailand Creative Industries Seminar ~
Translation, adaptation and rewriting of the cultural activities of the New South-to-National Cultural Exchanges of the Ministry of Culture: Compatibility in Thai Performing Arts.
Chulalongkorn & TNUA “RaD x T2 教學實驗計畫” (content in Chinese)
~ International Partnership between Chulalongkorn University & TNUA ~
The research project, together with the teaching resources of the Academy of Fine Arts and Applied Sciences of Chulalongkorn University in Thailand, jointly planned a three-year “RaD x T2 Teaching Experiment Project”.