Opening Times | Tuesday to Sunday 9am-5pm (closed on Mondays) Admission to both venues is free of charge
The National Palace Museum's (NPM) Children's NPM Digital Art Exhibition focuses on "integrating art and technology." Using digital art techniques to interpret treasures in the NPM collection, it provides a new appearance for these precious artworks. With easy to understand methods, the introduction to the digital artworks also includes scientific principles applied to the installations. For example, behind the digital artwork Magic Crystal Ball lies lens technology to transform NPM masterpieces into three-dimensional images right before the viewers' eyes, creating a rich and creative combination of art and technology. In addition, this exhibition takes classic works of art in the NPM to design "National Treasure Mascots" that represent its collection of jades, bronzes, porcelains, curios, paintings, calligraphies, and books and documents, providing young audiences with an interesting and lively way to understand these categories.
Publisher：Fan-Sen Wang, Vice President of Academia Sinica Editor-in-Chief：Zong-Kun Li Publishing Department：Taiwan e-Learning and Digital Archives Program, TELDAP Executive Editor：Sub-project: Digital Information - the New and Creative Way of Communicating Mailing Address：The Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica
No.130, Sec. 2, Academia Rd., Nangang District, Taipei City 115, Taiwan TEL： (02) 27829555 ext:310 or 183 FAX： (02) 2786-8834 E-mail：firstname.lastname@example.org
Issue：TELDAP e-Newsletter (December, 2012) Publish Date：12/15 /2012 First Issue：02/15 /2007（Published on 15th every 2 months）
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