Category: Event & Exhibition
This summit aims to serve as Taiwan’s leading example for promoting women empowerment and spreading the message that women play a vital role in the economy.
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.
Through diverse presentation methods including digital multimedia, AI, VR, AR, and 3-D printing, this exhibition puts on display the overarching trends of modern technology — helping shed light on how new technology can simplify life and spark new businesses and services!
Intuition, a highly acclaimed exhibition promoted by Not Just Library, will be installed in Taitung, beginning on March 22, through cooperation between Taiwan Design Center and Taitung Design Center.
This event has invited accomplished speakers from both academic and business circles .This is an opportunity to share ideas between experts in the arts and humanities as well as technological design!
This year’s theme is design and social responsibility, discussing how designers can better serve society. The Forum’s speakers, who come from the Netherlands, Japan, USA, and Singapore, offer solutions to problems that exist between economic development and human or environmental welfare.
Since the year 2017, Taiwan Sugar Cooperation initiates the “Circular Economy symposium series” to instigate the social and political awareness of Circular Economy ideology in the country.
The Young Pin Design Award 2018 Exhibition is jointly organized by the Taiwan Design Museum and the Young Pin Design Award, to present the shortlisted artists with the Best of Young Pin Design Award.
Design Perspectives x Golden Pin Salon in Singapore, 3 Design Gurus from Singapore and Taiwan in the Spotlight
Heading to Singapore for the very first time, Design Perspectives x Golden Pin Salon stages hard talks in English with three design gurus from Singapore and Taiwan. The headline speakers include celebrity interior designer Peter Tay, Creativeans’ Kimming Yap, and DDG’s Mark Stocker.
On April 3, Taiwan Design Museum launched “The Shape of Taiwanese Living” that features daily objects and vessels, inviting local brands and designers to participate in the exhibition,