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Kuandu Arts Festival to ‘Start’ with a Bang in October
Nation Taiwan
Writer ALIA
Date 2015-09-08 16:37:15 Hits 3874


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The 2015 Kuandu Arts Festival is set to open with a bang in October, bringing to the community a series of activities featuring many of the best artists, musicians and performers from around the world.
More than 30 groups from Taiwan, Japan, Canada, the United States, Germany, France, Hong Kong and China will present their art in multiple cross-disciplinary works in this year’s event, entitled “Start.”
The opening activity will be a production of Donizetti’s opera “L'elisir d'amore” jointly presented by TNUA’s Department Music, Department of Theatre Design and Technology, and Department of Dance.
The Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts (KdMoFA) will present “Rewind – Video Art in Taiwan 1983-1999,” an exhibition of the works of a host of important local video artists. The exhibition seeks to reconstruct the narrative of the development of video art in Taiwan.
The seventh edition of the annual Kuan-du Film Festival has British films as its theme this year. There will also be exchange activities involving students and teachers from Britain’s London Film School and National Film and Television School, during which they will co-conduct workshops and film-screening sessions.
Another highlight during the month-long arts festival will be the Kuandu International Animation Festival. During the nine-day film event, there will be workshops and lectures given by international masters, as well as an animation art camp for children and other activities.
All of the 100 animation films selected for the festival will be screened free. The opening film will be Jorge R. Gutierrez’s  “The Book of Life,” and the closing film will be Thibaut Chatel’s  “My Mummy is in America and She Met Buffalo Bill.”

The official website is launched, please click here. To see our programs, clickhere and here for brochure.
We very much look forward to your participation!