April Yao stated the epidemic in Taiwan is easing up. Therefore, the County Government has been planning relief measures for Taitung’s post-pandemic future. During this time, the TWAA happened to bring up their plans to host an exhibition. The County Government hopes the exhibition will allow the public to discover more local stories. In addition, the exhibit aims to lift up Taitung through art, showcase Taitung’s unique pace of life and turn the entire county into a place of artistic significance. TWAA Chairwoman Jun T. Lai stated that Taiwan is moving out of the grips of the COVID-19 epidemic. She hopes the energy and vitality of art made by women in Love and Hope can help welcome in a brighter tomorrow. Lai also hopes that the exhibit can bring together artists from different backgrounds and showcase the power of art made by women.
The Taitung County Government Cultural Affairs Department stated that this exhibition will mainly take place in the Taitung Art Museum. In addition, the National Museum of Prehistory and the National Taitung Living Art Center will also host exhibits. These three spaces will come together to form a platform which will showcase art made by women from Taiwan and around the world. The Cultural Affairs Department firmly believes that next year’s exhibition in Taitung will provide inspiration and hope for everyone in the post-pandemic era.