Thu, Oct 04, 2012 - Page 12 News List

All grown up

This year’s Kuandu Arts Festival will be the biggest ever and will include hundreds of events spanning film, dance, theater and the visual arts

By Ian Bartholomew  /  Staff reporter

Visual arts

In the area of visual arts, there is the Kuandu Biennial — Artists in Wonderland (藝想世界 — 關渡雙年展), which brings together 10 artists and curators from different countries and cultural backgrounds across Asia, and also an exhibition of traditional kites.

A Super Arts Market (超級藝術市場), with a host of free events, will be held on Oct. 13 and Oct. 14 between 10am and 6pm at the TNUA campus, and an Open Day Leisure Tour of the campus will be held on Oct. 17, providing an insiders look at the university.

There is far too much going on at the Kuandu Arts Festival, including both free and paid events, to go into detail here, but fortunately there is extensive Chinese and English information available at

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