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FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio is a nonprofit art space and creative education centre. The space is temporarily closed.

This website has served as an online archive since 2022.

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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.

©2014-2024 FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio. All rights reserved. 

2019-2021 program sponsored by NCAF (Taiwan)

2018-2019 program sponsored by VAF through Midway Contemporary Art (USA), Taiwan Film Institue, Taiwan Cultural Center in New York, Minstry of Culture (Taiwan)

2014-2017 program sponsored by NCAF (Taiwan)

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This website has served as an online archive for FOGSTAND since 2022.

Weekend Workshop

#1: Image Making

Date & Time:
2015.10.11-10.25 (Every Sunday)
Section 1 : 2:10-5:10pm, Oct. 11th
Section 2 : 2:10-5:10pm, Oct. 18th
Section 3 : 2:10-5:10pm, Oct. 25th

Workshops are 3 hours per section, continuing for at least 3 weeks.

You will need to attend every section in order to fully explore the intentions and results of the workshop.

No.12-1 Jiali Sec. St., Xincheng Township, 971 Hualien County (near Carrefour)

How to register:
Method 1 : Please download registration form, complete it and return via email or in person.
Method 2 : call and reserve your place by giving us your name, phone number, email and each section and date you want to attend.
Method 3 : register on-line.

phone: +886 38 261475 or 070-1000-0649
Deadline of registration : 6pm, 2015.10.6 Tuesday

Fee (only for registration in the beginning):

NT$1200/ per person

*The whole fee will return to each attendant after this workshop is finished. All attendant must go though each section for getting refund.

Available for (audience):
Total acceptable workshop attendants is only 6 persons at this time for maintaining the quality of workshop.
This workshop mainly is open for local residents located in Jiali Village and two others from outside the village.

For those age range above 18 years old who are interested in image making and photographic production, welcome to join this image making workshop with Chang En Men. FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio encourage local residents to attend this workshop with us.

Please Note:
1. The course includes all materials.  We only accept qualified attendants via registration methods for this workshop.
2. Please keep your mind open to join with us and also prepare your own notebook, pictures, devices or equipments in advance to attend this workshop.
3. When you decide to register, please remind us which date you want to attend precisely.
4. For maintaining course quality, we only can accept 6 persons in one course in one time. If the course is full of registration, we won’t take more registration for that course. We will notify you if you get selected to join this workshop with us via phone until Oct. 8th, 2015.
5. After workshop finishing, we may hold another exhibition for result presentation in the future. FOGSTAND Gallery & Studio keeps the right of changing any contents related to this workshop or future exhibition or any other activities related to this event and workshop. If there is any changing, we will post on-line via our official Facebook page. The exhibition for this workshop currently sets up during November 7th to December 20th.

**This workshop is already concluded.
This workshop is led by our first Artist-As-Resident residency artist, Chang En-Men.

En Men is half-blood Taiwanese indigenous (Paiwan Nation) who is focused on the issues of urban living conditions for indigenous people and cultural justice.

During her residency at FOGSTAND, En-Men will spend time sharing what she has learned as a visual artist and utilize formal teaching methods, traditional and contemporary tools, and materials to provoke inspiration in people to regard their own local, personal stories as crucial to develop an understanding of a larger culture.