The Graduate Institute of Performing Arts, NTNU held an academic symposium on the cooperation of theatre and piano, and invited internationally-renown a collaborative pianist, as well as a professor at the Julliard School of Music Margo Garett to talk about the career development of collaborative pianists in the 21st century on November 15th.
A new series of NTNU merchandise has arrived. In order to celebrate the 63rd NTNU Sports Day, NTNU Library and the Centre of Culture and Creative Industry worked together again, and took the coming year of tiger as their inspiration and design merchandise such as T-shirts and desk calendars.
After the popular “One Hundred Years of Watercolor in Taiwan”, the Centre of Culture and Creative Industry and the CKS Memorial Hall Administration Office cooperate again and will hold a 2-week exhibition entitled “2009 Classic Taiwanese Watercolor Paintings” from the November 29th.
Lin Pan-Song, Director of the Centre of Culture and Creative Industry, NTNU and Chen Qing-Lin, Deputy Director-General of Salt Town signed a cooperative memo and agreement on behalf of NTNU and the Administrative Commission of Salt Town Economic Development Zone, Jiangsu Province. The two units will co-establish a Centre for Cultural and Creative Industry at the International Software Park in Salt Town.