Category: Press Release
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.
This year, the participation rate was very high, with 6,315 works from 137 departments at 65 schools submitted for contention. Of that number, 822 works were selected as finalists and will vie for the “Best of Young Pin Design Award” and other awards.
Beginning in March, Taiwanese innovation will move three highly acclaimed design exhibitions — Intuition, Circular Design, and Black and Blue Cosmos — to the Taitung Design Center.
The Ministry of Education commissioned the TDC to organize a project designed to break free of traditional educational thinking and liberate students from the restrictions of textbooks and planned art courses.
To encourage students to associate their design creativity with social issues, the new category of “Social Design” was added this year.
SongYanCourt, cuddled right next to the hub of design, inspires a better life.
The concept of this year’s award ceremony was “Nature Knows”, many of the winning designers spoke about their understandings and expectations of the design industry in this context.
This year’s theme was design and social responsibility, discussing how designers can better serve society.
36 Scintillating Designs and 3 Audacious Concepts from Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong.