Thursday, November 10, 2011

Special Taiwanese Event

Taiwan Day

November 10th

The series will be suspending its normal screening in support of special Taiwan related events and film screening. The events are open to all and should prove an interesting evening.

The series will be suspending its normal screening for this week in support of a special screening of a short Taiwanese documentary film and events at the UWM Golda Meir Library. There will also be a catered reception and a presentation on Democracy in Taiwan.

EcoArk (2010)

Internationally famous architect Arthur Huang created this documentary as a record of the building of an exhibition hall constructed for the Taipei International Floral Exposition. The hall was constructed from a recycled material known as polli-bricks.

4:00pm-5:00pm Lecture, Rise of Democracy in Taiwan by Professor David Buck (American Geographical Society Library, 3rd floor)

5:00pm-6:30pm  Reception and photo exhibition (62 precious photos dated 1911-2011):4th floor conference room, catered by Jing's Chinese Restaurant

6:30pm- Presentation/Film Screening with featured speaker: EcoArk Designer Arthur Huang (4th floor conference room)

Golda Meir Library Conference Center
2311 E. Hartford Ave.

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