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2009.0326

Opening of NTNU De-Qun Art Gallery

On March 25th, De-Qun Art Gallery had its official opening. NTNU Principle Gou Yih-shun, along with many deans and directors of graduate institutes, attended the opening to witness this historical moment. The gallery was named after and in commemoration of Zhu De-Qun, a Taiwanese French artist who had taught in NTNU from 1951 to 1955. He was one of the few Taiwanese-origin artists to receive the Excellence Award in Europe. Many of his works were under NTNU’s collection, Principle Guo remarked. NTNU would continue the renovation of the gallery, turning it into a more artistic and professional art gallery.
2009.0326

National Taiwan Normal University operates "Art Bank"

Center of Creative Cultural Industry in National Taiwan Normal University plans to set up "Art Bank" to repair and keep the previous works of graduates of Department of Fine Arts.
2009.0326

Temperature – Arts Festival Cooperating with NTNU Shopping Area

On March 26th, NTNU Arts Festival – Temperature, cooperating with shops around campus, had its opening tea party in Insomnia Café. Its title stresses the relationship between men and temperature, and how men are energized under certain temperatures. Artists recreate temperatures with different forms and medium, bring the viewer back to the purity of life and sensory system. 14 shops, including restaurants, cafes, cloth shops, etc, provided their spaces for Fine Art students. Taking the festival beyond NTNU campus, it not only gave students a different showcase, but also encouraged NTNU shopping area’s involvement in the arts.
2009.0325

Welcome to Taste Speciality of Taiwan Off-shore Counties

Specialities of Taiwan off-shore counties--Peanut Snack of Kinmen, Brown sugar cake and ice cream made from cactus of Penghu, welcome to taste these delicious refreshments on the carnival.
2009.0324

Wonderful Show of Taekwondo Club

Continuous Spin Kick! One beautiful 360 degree back Turning Kick! The members of Taekwondo club attracted passersby’s attention……