Frequently Asked Questions

What is Red Room?

Red Room is an ever-expanding community and a not-for-profit arts platform. We promote the culture of listening and sharing through programs and events, and aim to create a cohesive international community within Taipei.

How does Red Room operate?

Registered under Ripplemaker Foundation, Red Room is run on a self sustainable model driven solely through the patronage and innovation of participants and Red Room community members.

The space, Red Room International Village, is an endowment under the Taiwan Air Force Base (TAF) project, which allows us to create a model for social innovation.

Who goes to Red Room?

Red Room is open to people of all ages and hosts events appropriate for children and adults alike. We not only welcome artists, creatives, movers and shakers but anyone with a desire to participate through listening and sharing.
Come with an open mind and you’ll be surprised at what you’ll find!

Do I have to perform?

You don’t need to perform or share, listening and meeting other Red Roomers nourishes the community, too! In fact, plenty of Red Roomers come just to socialize and enjoy what others on stage are sharing.

What happens at Red Room?

We host events, festivals, musical concerts, art shows, theatre productions, yoga and meditation sessions, performances, community gatherings and studio dates, talks and presentations on various subjects by leaders in their field, rehearsals, workshops, openings and releases, and programs for all ages. Please check our calendar for upcoming events or sign up for our newsletter to stay updated.

You can also visit our Facebook page here.

Do you have a Facebook page?

Yes! Please click here.

Do I have to share something in English?

Absolutely not! If you want to speak Taiwanese, German or Pig Latin that’s completely fine.
We encourage you to express yourself in whichever language you feel most comfortable.

Is Red Room a foreigner only organization?

No. Red Room is comprised of community members from Taiwan and from the international community.
The only requirement for being part of the Red Room is to come with an open heart and open mind.

What are Red Room’s Core Events?

Red Room has five core events which are held every month. Please click on the links below to learn more about each event. Please check the calendar to see when they are held.

Stage Time & Wine

Stage Time & Juice

Aside @ the Red Room

Red Room Radio Redux

Visual Dialogues

How do I get involved?

There are two ways to get involved:

1. Red Room is run solely through the dedication of volunteers. If you’d like to be a part of the volunteer family please sign up here or send an e-mail to volunteer.redroom@gmail.com.

You can also help at any event by cleaning up  the community space and putting away anything you’ve taken out!

2. Red Room also welcomes donations. For more information on how and what you can donate please check our wishlist!

What are Red Room’s opening hours and gallery hours?

Open Hours:
Tuesday to Thursday: 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Friday: 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Gallery Hours:
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays: 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Where are you located?

Jianguo South Road Section 1 No 177.

We are located at TAF, the Taipei Air Force Innovation Base.

Where can I park?

There is parking inside with limited access. Please contact us if you need a pass to park.

What is the venue capacity?

Our Venue can hold approximately one hundred and thirty people.

Are children welcome at the Red Room?

Red Room is an all ages venue. There are also special events for children. Please check our website for upcoming events. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Where did the name Red Room come from?

Where did the name Red Room come from?

The Red Room was essentially named as a feeling. It turned out the room that I imagined to be ‘red’ was in fact very very ‘green’ … but in my memory there was a warmth, a character somewhat crimson and understated. After coming up with the event name of ‘Stage Time and Wine’, I suppose the wine itself bled into my mind, a seeping stain that could in some way support the activities that would happen within. Why house a single event as a room in a greater space? Perhaps an intuition or a hope of things to come, of more rooms having opportunity to build themselves and nestle within the scaffolding. Stories tend to unfold in red rooms.

Ayesha Mehta, Co-Founder
18 July 2017