An Ardent Exhibition of Taiwanese Craftsmanship!! View, Feel, Learn – The Manifold Art of Life

Director of the GAMANIA Creative Center, Mr. Kuo:

“The most important thing about this exhibitions is that not only is each piece aesthetically pleasing when on display, the concept of the art of life has been integrated into each piece to give them functional value. This is why a great deal of thought has been placed in the creation of each item on display. Unlike regular exhibitions where the pieces are displayed in an emotionless manner, you will feel as if you’re at home when you enter this venue. You can view, use, and savor each piece as if you would if they were enriching your daily life through the art of living!”  


Exhibition Info
Exhibition Time: 2011/05/28 to 2011/08/28

Exhibition Location: Sanchenglou, No.31-1, Shuangcheng Rd., Xindian District, New Taipei City


Ticket price: free

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