FOGSTAND
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FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is a nonprofit art space and creative education centre located in both Taiwan and USA.


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FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is a nonprofit art space and creative education center located in both Taiwan and USA. Established since 2014, FOGSTAND aims to promote and exhibit rigorous creative projects that maintain the ability to channel into a broader emphasis on creative education throughout eastern Taiwan. Attentive to its unique context, FOGSTAND’s primary focus is on bringing contemporary creative practices into a reciprocal exchange with local communities.



©2014-2020 FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio. All rights reserved. 

2019-2020 annual program sponsored by NCAF (Taiwan)



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About


FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is a nonprofit visual art platform—operating between Taiwan and Minnesota —supporting regional, national and international artists by way of programming a rigorous, yet penetrable array of curated exhibitions, workshops and educational projects pertaining to the ongoing potential contemporary visual art has in developing, maintaining and reforming the importance of visual culture as a form of dis-enclosure and re-encounter.

Attentive to our two unique locations—a small, primarily indigenous village in rural Taiwan and the residential neighborhood of Hamline-Midway in St. Paul, Minnesota— we are committed to highlighting unaided local cultural practices, demographics or geographic locations, as well as providing a platform for regional developments in the arts to become internationalized by way of a small, artist-run organization.

Mission


FOGSTAND develops its program guided by the following modes of care and affinity:

  • Supporting regional, national and international practitioners by way of programming a rigorous, yet penetrable array of curated projects that oscillate between Eastern Taiwan, the Midwestern United States and the unique collaborations made between the two. 

  • Enabling workshops and events that provide educational and entrepreneurial opportunities for local communities pertaining to the ongoing potential contemporary visual art has in developing, maintaining and reforming the importance of visual culture as a form of dis-enclosure and re-encounter.

  • Commitment to highlighting unaided local cultural practices, demographics or geographic locations (Taiwan), as well as providing a platform for regional developments in the arts to become internationalized by way of a small, artist-run organization (Taiwan, USA).


Staff/Member


FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is run by a dedicated team of volunteers, all of whom come together to deliver all aspects of the organization's program.

Founding Members

Wen-Li Chen (Executive Director)
Darren Tesar (Program Director)

Administrative Assistant & Space Manager (Taiwan)

Jie-Mei Jiang

Committee Members (USA)

Brandon Cramm
Justin Cramm

Intern (Taiwan)

Xiao-Wei Deng (2015-2017 )

Field Experience Volunteer (USA)

Claire Decklever, Kyleah Rusch (2018)
Gemma Weston (2019)