Tag: Creative Expo Taiwan
The 2020 CET will be three primary exhibition halls: “the Cultural Concept”, “Design & Craft” and “Licensing”. By strengthening the cultural value of displayed products and proposing relevant themes for exhibition, the expo will interpret the views of generations and cultural aesthetic, which in turn inspire further design creative thinking.
The exhibitors are divided into five sections related to Home, Gift, Fashion, Dining, and Culture of Origin. All the curated exhibits are free to enter and open to the public from April 26 to 28, while the first two days are reserved for professional buyers only.
This year’s theme is Culture On the Move, emphasizing cultural dynamism, and showcasing the intersect between innovation and tradition in Taiwan. Today, the Ministry of Culture held a pre-event press conference at Huashan 1914 Creative Park.
A movement embodies surprising twists in development, “Culture On the Move” gathers the power of the multitude to explore every cultural possibility, and stays open-minded for discovering the unique charm of Taiwanese culture among others in this world.
During 2017 Creative Expo Taiwan, Associate Professor Ying-Chih Deng, who currently lectures at the Institute of Sustainable Design and Urban Planning, Technical University of Berlin, proposed a new thinking for the culture and creativity field based on his experiences in sustainable urban planning. In this issue, we interviewed Deng, who shares with us his background, research, and work experience, and the ideas behind his proposal.
Try to Be Part of the Dialog, There Is No Need to Define Oneself Too Early: Creative Expo Taiwan 2017
In recent years, the question most often encountered by people in creative industries is how to make life better. In the process of this cultural construction, however, it may be possible that we have defined ourselves too quickly. The following is an interview with Wang Yao-Pang, a curator for the Creative Expo Taiwan 2017.