ACSEA is always looking for ways to collaborate with artists. Various great works and designs are often used in the annual festivals. Support our events with the purchase of a gift set and allow more artists to be featured in the future programs.
Constantly reminding herself that being an artist isn’t just a title nor a description of a job; it is about the purpose behind the work or the responsibility of a person.
Chin-Wen believes that drawing is a way of life in which he can earn a living while also enjoying it. It is also his medium to raise the public’s awareness of important issues.
Pacake Taugadhu, an artist from the Rukai tribe of Taiwan, tells the stories of his people and culture through his art. More than just sharing these stories, he wants to tell immersive stories that are not only meaningful but critical.
Dionne is an interaction designer who graduated from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design. She moved from Hong Kong at the age of 12; being a Chinese Canadian, she is fascinated with various cultures.