Posted by: QQmei | January 11, 2012

New Posts on the Discovery website at www.treehugger.com about the Cheng Long Art Project

最近TreeHugger上有二則<成龍溼地國際環境藝術計畫>的報導,一是針對今年2012主題<誰來晚餐?>的報導,另一則是介紹印度藝術家Shilpa的報導.Shilpa是2010成龍溼地的藝術家,那時她運用了新舊竹材為孩子製作了可以攀爬的遊戲結構,現在她將在成龍的經驗轉化到自己的家鄉,在那裡她帶著偏遠地方的孩子,運用回收的材料一起創作遊戲設施……相關報導,歡迎大家點閱Jane所提供的連結,或許大家可以從圖文中找到今年藝術計畫提案的靈感. 台灣的藝術家要加油喔!!! 別忘了我們的徵件截止日期是,農曆年後的2月8日. (還有過年可以拼一下啦!!)

New Posts on the Discovery website at http://www.treehugger.com about the Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project

Jennifer Hattam, a reporter for the Discovery Company website at www.treehugger.com, has written two recent Posts about the Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Art Project. 

One is about the 2012 Cheng Long Wetlands art project and the theme “What’s for Dinner?” at http://www.treehugger.com/culture/food-in-focus-at-new-wetlands-art-show.html

Another post is about the 2010 Cheng Long Wetlands art project and artist Shilpa Joglekar’s recent work in India making more artworks that are children’s play areas using recycled materials.  It all happened in Shilpa’s home country of India as a result of Shilpa’s experience at Cheng Long in 2010 that gave her the idea to try something similar in rural villages near Mumbai, India.    Check out the web article at http://www.treehugger.com/urban-design/recycled-play-structures-bring-joy-rural-schools.html

Both of these Posts have interesting information and photos about the Cheng Long art project and may give artists some more ideas about what they can propose for the 2012 art project in Cheng Long, Taiwan.  Remember the deadline for proposals is February 8, 2012.


Responses

  1. Hi, i am sculptor working with all mediums,i am interested in art project,i am from india.

    • Hello,
      Thank you for your interest in our art project in Cheng Long Wetlands for 2012. A sculptor working in any medium is welcome to submit a proposal. For this environmental art project in 2012 we want all the artists to create some artwork about the environmental issues relating to seafood production and the daily life of the local villagers. Artists can also use any recycled materials or natural materials that do not harm the environment or the wildlife in the wetlands.
      The proposals are due by Feb. 8 and please review all the required materials to submit on the Call for Proposals.
      Best wishes and thanks again,
      Jane Ingram Allen, Curator


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