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Workshop Info Time: Sat. 11, Nov. 2021, 10:00-16:00. (12:00-14:00 Lunch break) Location: Room 813, 8F of NCCU Art & Culture Center Intro of the Workshop The colors of the rainbow are vibrant and distinct, and yet they exist in harmony. The rainbow has become a symbol for the LGBT movement, representing life, sunshine, and equality. Despite the legalization of same-sex marriage, there are still various obstacles that challenge equality, such as the legality of having and adopting children or the understanding of family members. This residency aims to promote awareness of the realities and challenges of LGBT families and hopes to inspire the advancement towards an equal society. This workshop focuses on issues regarding "same-sex couples" and "family structures," as well as the hardships they face and possible future challenges. The workshop will guide participants to imagine alternative mindsets through dialogue and role-play, encouraging learning and generating action through the transformative and creative tool of theatre. The workshop will stage similar settings and scenarios that trigger internal and external conflicts and hardships for LGBT group members. The method will accentuate difficulties within families, the visible and invisible discrimination that they face due to their identity, and challenges in daily life. Attendants will also participate in a section of the creative process of theatre. In contrast to verbal discourses, the workshop allows participants to experience firsthand how “theatre methodologies” present a more three-dimensional view of problematic issues, structure actions, and generate experiences. Workshop proceedings include incorporating theatre activities, exploring social theatres, cultivating awareness of the problematics of old data, developing plots based on personal concerns, analyzing and playing characters, and experiencing and overcoming difficulties as a collective. About the Host Team OD 表演工作室（Over Diamond Art Studio, ODAS），致力於創造劇場的行動力與社會性的影響力，並打破與開拓有別於典型劇場的表演場域。 創作內容分別以具社區與地方意識的社會性議題，和具弱勢關懷的藝術性發聲為兩大軸線，嘗試結合多元媒材，為一結合音樂、聲音、舞蹈、影像，並強調藝術性的社會參與之團隊。 Application Prospective participants: NCCU students who are willing to experience various performance methods. No theatre or performance experience is required. Number of participants: 15. Application Date: 2021.10.1-12.3 Please submit your application through the NCCU online enrollment services. Additional information: Students with disabilities are welcome to participate in this workshop. Participants are required to read materials provided by the lecturer before the workshop (materials will be provided three weeks before workshop starts). Participants will also need to fill out a questionnaire that is to be submitted one week before the workshop. Staff will be taking pictures on site. Upon application, you are allowing NCCU Art and Culture Center to reproduce and display images of the workshop for educational and non-profit purposes. Please wear comfortable and loose clothing that allows movement. Do not wear strong perfume or accessories. For more information, please refer to NCCU Arts & Culture Center's website: http://artist.nccu.edu.tw/ws4.html
Performance Info Time: Wed. 8, Dec 2021, 19:30-21:30 Location: ART HUB, 4F of NCCU Art & Culture Center About the Performance The two artists will be sharing their reflections and methods in composing music. From the Lecture of Ghosts project to the creation of White Clear Song, TSENG Po-Hao has integrated Liam-Kua with theatre composition and various incidental music collaborations, narrating history by passing down and rewriting traditional Taiwanese folksongs in his own way. In recent years, Immanuel Dannenbring has participated in several incidental music productions, collaborating with artists to create theatre and video works using various sounds and sound textures and applying methods including folly, soundscape production, and electronic arrangements. Despite working in completely different musical styles, the two artists have participated in collaborations in the past. For this event, the two artists will be exchanging ideas and learning from one another by sharing their individual works and projects they produced together. Musicians 曾伯豪 TSENG Po-Hao 戴向諶 Immanuel Dannenbring For more information, please refer to NCCU Art & Culture Center's website: http://artist.nccu.edu.tw/pf4.html
Exhibiton Info Time: Thu. 2. Dec. 2021 19:30-21:30 Location: ART HUB, 4F of NCCU Art & Culture Center About the Exhibition LIN Yi-Chi's works Revival Malady, Ember Trilogy II - Feast, and Requiem for the Dream of Father explore the following questions: How does contemporary art portray undefinable perceptions and mysterious experiences? How does contemporary art resemble alchemy in terms of craftsmanship through mise en scene? And how do images disturb the real and the virtual, just like witchcraft or Shamanism? About the Lecturer 梁云繻 | Soma LIANG 展覽策劃與文字工作者。畢業於國立中央大學英美語文學系、藝術史研究所。近年工作經歷包含展覽與藝術活動籌辦、國際駐村交流、以及視覺文化書寫。2017 年擔任《琥珀之夢：林羿綺個展》策展人，該展入圍第十六屆台新藝術獎。 For more information, please refer to NCCU Arts & Culture Center's website: http://artist.nccu.edu.tw/ex_ac2.html
National Chengchi University 2021 Academic Year Calendar (Revision) Coping with the Advanced Subjects Test postponed, we adjust 2021 Academic Year Calendar. Notice: If there is any change, please refer to the update on our website. Attached is English version of 2021 Academic Year Calendar.