Between 8-12 May, Taiwan participated for the third consecutive year in London Craft Week, holding the debut exhibition of Taiwanese engineer-turned-ceramics master Jui-fang Hsueh and his wife, renowned calligrapher Feng-Zu Lin at Noho Studios. A reception was held on 8 May to celebrate the exhibition, and attended by distinguished guests from the worlds of politics, culture and business.
In his opening speech, Deputy Representative Mr Shyang-yun Cheng described how ceramic making is an integral part of Taiwanese culture, and that through Taiwan’s continued collaboration with London Craft Week that the British audience have this opportunity to learn about Taiwan’s rich history and culture. This was followed with a talk by Mr Hsueh, who explained to the audience how he combines science and art to create unique ceramic works.
London Craft Week is an annual festival held at prestigious locations across the city which bridges iconic heritage and contemporary brands to celebrate the work of independent crafts makers.