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Arts Management Resources for China, Taiwan and in Chinese language

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Chinese Association of Museums  Popular
Description: The Chinese Association of Museums (CAM) is organized by museums, and museum professionals in Taiwan. Currently there are 75 institutional members and over 300 individual members. Its Chairman of the Board, Mr. Po-Ting Lin, is also the Deputy Director of the National Palace Museum. The other 27 members are mostly high-level museum professionals ,or university professors in museum-related departments. The CAM's main services to its members is providing information, holding professional activities, personnel training and consultations, and publications o­n the museum profession.
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Submitted on: May 18, 2006


Cyberstage Taiwan  Popular
Description: This is a multi-lingual site including publicity, performance schedules, and background information for many of Taiwan's premier performing arts groups. It also provides portfolios and contact information for contemporary music, dance, and modern and traditional theater groups as well as histories of various performing arts traditions in Taiwan.
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Submitted on: Sep 23, 2004


Five Senses Arts Management Inc.  Popular
Description: Five Senses Arts Management Inc. started its publishing business in 1997, and put all the savings accumulated from the previous two projects into publishing two series of publications: "Arts Management Series" (arts management and museum studies) and "NPO Series" (non-for-profit management).

In 2005, it also built up Museum Education Development Association (MeDA)  in order to promote and raise the professionality of the museum work.  
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Submitted on: May 16, 2006


Hong Kong Arts Development Council  Popular
Description: Established in June 1995, the Hong Kong Arts Development Council is the sole statutory body set up by the Government to plan, promote and support the broad development of arts including literature, xiqu, drama, dance, music, visual arts and film as well as arts education in Hong Kong. The ADC is dedicated to induce artistic creativity and by providing a more enriching life, enhance the quality of life and artistic appreciation of the general public.

It is committed to the following objectives:
  • Developing the social functions of the arts
  • Expending the market for the arts and building audience participation
  • Promoting life arts education for all
  • Enhancing the artistic level and social status of artists
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    Submitted on: May 22, 2006


    Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation  Popular
    Description: The Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation Limited (YAF) is a charity that provides quality, non-competitive and free of charge arts experiences for young people aged 5 to 25.
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    Submitted on: Dec 11, 2006


    Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Hong Kong  Popular
    Description: Leisure and Cultural Services Department aims to provide quality leisure and cultural services commensurate with Hong Kong's development as a world-class city and events capital.

    Its Mission is to:
    * Enrich life by providing quality leisure and cultural services for all
    * Promote professionalism and excellence in leisure pursuits and cultural services
    * Promote synergy with sports, cultural and community organizations in enhancing the development of the arts and sport in the territory
    * Preserve cultural heritage
    * Beautify the environment through tree planting
    * Achieve a high level of customer satisfaction
    * Build a highly motivated, committed and satisfying workforce
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    Submitted on: Jun 27, 2006


    Ministry of Culture (MOC) Taiwan  Popular
    Description: The Ministry consists of 12 departments, a secretariat and a permanent legal committee. The Ministry also supervises 19 subordinate organizations and 9 overseas offices, with plans to expand the number of overseas locations in the near future.
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    Submitted on: May 17, 2006


    National Culture and Arts Foundation  Popular
    Description: Founded in January 1996, following the promulgation of the "Statutes o­n the Establishment of the National Culture and Arts Foundation (NCAF)," the NCAF is a non-profit organization whose goals include providing locale for cultural-artistic endeavors whilst promoting high standards of artistic and cultural expression in Taiwan.

    The Foundation receives funding from government and private sources. In addition to grants allocated each year by the Council for Cultural Affairs, it utilizes the dynamism of the private sector and community resources by encouraging private contributions.
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    Submitted on: May 16, 2006


    National Digital Archives Program, Taiwan  Popular
    Description: The National Digital Archives Program, Taiwan was launched in 2002. Its objective is to promote and coordinate content digitization and preservation at leading museums, archives, universities, research institutes, and other content holders in Taiwan.
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    Submitted on: Sep 05, 2006


    Taipei Artist Village  Popular
    Description: In October 2001, the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Taipei City Government worked out new plans for reclaiming the vacant building following the precedents set by artist villages in cities such as New York, Paris, and London. Utilizing Taipei's own unique and energetic character, this o­nce-abandoned building has been transformed into Taiwan's first international Artist Village - Taipei Artist Village (TAV).

    With Taipei city as a backdrop for creativity, TAV will provide freedom and opportunity for innovation in the making of visual art, music, literature, and performance art and foster artistic and cultural exchange between Taiwan and the rest of the world.
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    Submitted on: May 21, 2006


    Taipei City Department of Cultural Affairs  Popular
    Description: Taipei City Department of Cultural Affairs was established on the 6th of November, 1999 (originally called the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Taipei). The founding of the Department -- the first local-level cultural organization in Taiwan -- holds a significant place in Taiwanese history. The Department was structured into four divisions (First Division -- International Affairs and Policy Making; Second Division -- Cultural Preservation and Heritage; Third Division -- Arts and the Humanities; Fourth Division -- Public and Community Art Development) and four sections (Personnel, Accountancy, Secretary\'s Office, and Government Ethics). In addition to its internal divisions and sections, the Department oversees six subordinate organizations: Taipei Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Chinese Orchestra, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei Cultural Center, Taipei City Archive and Taipei Zhongshan Hall.
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    Submitted on: May 17, 2006


    Taipei National University of the Arts  Popular
    Description: The Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA) was established in 1982 to encourage and develop the state of the arts in Taiwan. Since its founding, TNUA has been committed to nurturing its students into confident, skillful, and talented artists. University alumni have played and will continue to play an important and influential role in fostering a creative environment for the arts.

    Currently TNUA has undergraduate departments in music, traditional music, fine arts, theatre arts, theatre design and technology, and dance (including a three-year undergraduate preparatory program).

    Its graduate schools include music, musicology, orchestral instruments, fine arts, art history, plastic arts, arts and technology, theatre studies, theatre design and technology, theatre performance, playwriting, filmmaking, dance choreography, dance performance, dance theory, folk culture and arts, arts administration and management, architecture and historic preservation, and museum studies.

    To further reinforce and strengthen ties with the local and international art community, TNUA places top priority o­n public awareness. Continuing education courses, publication of art materials, and an increase in performances and exhibitions o­n the Kuandu campus are anticipated future projects. Furthermore, TNUA plans to enhance international participation and cooperation.
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    Submitted on: May 17, 2006


    Taishin Bank Foundation for Arts and Culture  Popular
    Description: The foundation aimed at encouraging social awareness of cultural developments in Taiwan. It also provides funding in the following areas: ‧ To create innovative works ‧ To broaden the audience base for arts ‧ To advocate artistic awareness among Taiwan’s youth
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    Submitted on: Dec 06, 2006


    The China Federation of literary and Art Circles  Popular
    Description: The China Federation of literary and Art Circles is a non governmental organization composed of nationwide associations of writers and artists, federations of literary and art circles in the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central government and those in staye level industrail sectors.
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    Submitted on: Sep 17, 2006


    The Cultural Affairs Bureau  Popular
    Description: The Cultural Affairs Bureau (former Cultural Institute of Macao) was founded as a public institution on 4 September 1982. Its aim was to assist in drafting and implementing the Territory's policies on culture and academic research by organising activities relating to Sino-Portuguese cultural interchange and by disseminating and stimulating an interest in Portuguese language and culture in this part of the world.
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    Submitted on: May 31, 2006


    The Graduate School of Arts Administration and Management, TNUA  Popular
    Description: With the approval of setting-up and recruitment by Ministry of Education, the Graduate school of Arts Administration and Management (AAM) launched into admissive exams at Apr 28th to May 1st in 2000.  Students are encouraged to acquaint with professional knowledge concerning with cultural administration and management. After the official establishment at Aug 1st, the principal Kun-Liang Chiu endeavor to diversify teaching approaches in the company of combination of faculty and campus resources.
    The chair at presence, Professor Mei-Chu Wang, specializes in musicology, cross-field music studies, music aesthetics, music sociology and music linguistics. In addition to the above-mentioned attempts, AAM position themselves as a research academy in consideration of the differentiation from other departments of creation and performance and of the academic specialty shared with the graduate school of Architecture and Historic Preservation, the graduate school of Folk Arts and the graduate school of Museum Studies, which at the same time, is the basis for resources development as to promote their research ability.
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    Submitted on: May 17, 2006


    YouthHub  Popular
    Description: is a youth information portal website established by the National Youth Commission of Taiwan. Its content includes links about volunteer service, news civil society organizations, publich relationship, culture, arts and so on.
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    Submitted on: Sep 06, 2006