RR 8-Fest ABTGV, November 2017
Our annual festival is a celebration to awaken our creative potential, explore sustainable communities, and is an opportunity to inspire one another through the power of written word, visual art, music, physical and theatrical performance, and our connection with nature. Each of our programmes exemplify the Red Room’s Culture of Listening.
Artists Bridge the Gap, ABTG IV, May 2016
To build an international creative community
To provide a creative platform for the visual and musical arts
To create a sustainable Red Room.
To introduce and continue #opportunitycreators, an initiative intended to be reproduced in other countries and regions
To raise awareness and funds for the Queer Refugee Network in Leipzig’s cause
Artists Break the Mold, ABTM3, April 2015
Red Room presents AN ALL DAY LIVE ART & MUSIC EVENT FOR EVERYONE for the purpose of building and creating a shared community in Taiwan. Artists Break the Mold 3 is a full day live event pulling together artists and musicians from across the island for the purpose of building and creating a shared community in Taiwan. Artists will paint through the day, on site and there will be live music all day. A silent auction of all the works will be held. The Red Room has become a hub for community, flooded by artists, musicians, creators and creative-supporters. Join us at ABTM3 as we continue our journey down this river of community building.
Artists Beat the Flood 2, ABTF2, July 2014
A first for many, a second for a few. Artists Beat the Flood took place at a summertime pace. With 16 splashing visual artists, 5 harmonious music groups, and numerous generous partners, we were able to launch a wonderful event, and a unique experience where the Red Room hosted a live art and music event at Huashan Creative Park 華山文創區, a first for both the Red Room and Huashan. Thank you to venue host Huashan and Emily Wang, coordinator for libLAB Studios, and to Brendon Chen from Escape Artist contributed the canvases, attended, and participated.
Artists Beat the Flood 1, ABTF 1, September 2009
A charity art auction held at the Lili Gallery in Tienmu on Sept. 5, raising a remarkable half million NT dollars (about US$16,000) for victims of Typhoon Morakot.
Nineteen artists, both expatriate and Taiwanese, participated in the event, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday. Painters brought their own supplies and were given a large (100 x 150cm) canvas to work with when they arrived, filling up two floors of the uptown bar/restaurant with the pleasant spectacle of artists hard at work, side by side for a good cause. It was creativity in action, a wonderful sight to behold for visitors who flowed through the living museum throughout the day, at times with children in tow. Silent and online auctions were also held. (Excerpt from Trista di Genova’s article in The Wild East, September 25, 2009)