The Huashan 1914 Creative Park is a collection of artists' studios, galleries, rehearsal spaces, performance venues and restaurants in central Taipei.
If you're in Taipei and want to know about upcoming events at the park, check Taiwan's English-language newspapers. The Friday edition of the Taipei Times is your best bet. In my experience, there isn't much point in dropping by the Park on a weekday afternoon, unless you're especially interested in the Japanese colonial-era industrial architecture (top right). Banyans have taken root inside some of the buildings; I thought this eye painted beside a doorway was a nice touch (below left).
Go here for a recent article on the site's history and management.
Friday, September 10, 2010
Huashan 1914 Creative Park
Posted by Steven Crook... at 4:23 PM
Labels: art, Taipei, things that aren't in the guidebook
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