[英國伯明翰] 臺灣文化資產特展:無與倫比的多樣性

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    <<臺灣文化資產特展:無與倫比的多樣性>>
    The Cultural Heritage of Taiwan: Diversity and Transformation
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    [Dates 展期]:2017.10.18至11.22 (Weekdays 9:00 - 17:00,周一至周五)

    [Location 地點]:英國伯明翰大學歐洲研究大樓(ERI Building) 1F大廳
    Ground Floor, European Research Institute, University of Birmingham B15 2TT


    [Opening 開幕茶會]:2017.10.17 (18:00) ERI Building, Pritchatts Road, Room G51

    [Opening Lecture 開幕演講]:2017.10.17 (18:30-19:15)
    "Creative Cities Through Design Thinking: Taiwan’s Cultural Heritage as a Point of Departure"
    [Opening Invited Speaker]:國立成功大學規劃與設計學院副院長 劉舜仁教授

    Professor Shuenn-Ren Liou, Vice Dean, College of Planning and Design, National Chung Kung University, Taiwan

    [Link]:活動網頁 https://goo.gl/d1SY5h 講座報名 https://www.ironbridgeinstitute.eventbrite.co.uk

    [Keynote Speech I]:2017.10.25 (17:00) ERI Building, Pritchatts Road, Room G51
    Preserving Cultural Heritages: Sustaining Social Diversities - From the Treasure Hill Co-living Settlement to the Building and Planning Research Foundation at the National Taiwan University

    [Keynote Speaker]:國立臺灣大學建築與城鄉研究所 張聖琳 教授
    Professor Sheng-Lin Chang, Graduate Institute of Building and Planning, National Taiwan University

    [Keynote Speech II]:2017.11.15 (17:00) ERI Building, Pritchatts Road, Room G51
    Tea-houses, Red Brick and Pink Cats: Negotiating Japanese Tradition in Taiwan
    [Keynote Speaker]:
    Professor Mike Robinson, Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham


    First time visitors to Taiwan are initially confronted with its Chinese character, primarily reflected in language, food and customs. However, it does not take long for Taiwan to reveal a far more diverse and complicated past expressed through its tangible and intangible heritage which includes:
    • Remnants of prehistoric settlements
    • Traditions and rituals of its indigenous peoples
    • Reminders of early European exploration, empires and trade
    • Legacies of Chinese settlement in their fortifications, temples and customs
    • Buildings and infrastructure from Japan's fifty-year occupation of Taiwan
    • Industrial sites and landscapes from early twentieth century Japanese modernisation
    • Sites of recent conflict, trauma and remembrance reflecting the political development of Taiwan and its geo-political status
     

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