Adjunct Professor, Department of Fine Arts, National Kaohsiung Normal
Print artist, former professor, and the department chair of the National
Kaohsiung Normal University Department of Fine Arts.
Yang has an M.F.A from State University of New York Graduate School of Art,
specializing in prints and sculpture.
Recipient of the Prize of the CCA Minister at the 2nd International Biennial
Print Exhibit ROC (1985), the Gold Medal Award at the 5th International Biennial
Print Exhibit ROC (1991), the Honorary Award at the 10th Norwegian International
Print Triennial (1992), the 18th National Awards of Art (1993), and the Honorary
Award at the 2nd Egyptian International Print Triennale (1997).
Honorary President, Central Taiwan Fine Arts Association
Ni has a master’s degree in art education from the Hyogo University of Teacher
Education and was a professor at the National Taichung University of Education
and Asia University. He is currently a consultant at the Taiwan Society of
Printmaking and holds important roles at associations including The Oil Painting
Association of R.O.C., the Fine Art Association of Central Taiwan, and the
Taichung City Fine Art Education Association.
Ni has been awarded the gold, silver, and bronze prize of prints at the Tai Yang
Art Exhibition, as well as several awards of major prizes including the
International Biennial Print Exhibit: 1983 R.O.C., Taiwan Provincial Fine Art
Exhibition, the Taipei Art Awards, and the IFA Exhibition in Japan.
Ni is an experienced juror and has reviewed works at national competitions
including Taiwan Provincial Fine Art Exhibition, the National Art Exhibition
ROC, the International Print Exhibition, Taipei Fine Arts Exhibition, Central
Taiwan Fine Arts Exhibition, Kaohsiung City Fine Arts Exhibition, and the
Nanying Art Exhibition.
Retired Associate Professor, Department of Art Industry, National Taitung
Lo Ping-Ho graduated from the National Taiwan Normal University Graduate School
of Fine Arts in western painting. His early works are mostly oil paintings and
prints. The artist traveled to Paris to learn modern art in 1996 and began
teaching at the National Taitung University Department of Art Industry in 1998
until retiring as an associate professor in 2011.
Lo has focused on subject matters such as Taiwanese indigenous art, anti-nuclear
topics, and environmental protection since university and has published work
series on Taiwanese indigenous people, which was critically acclaimed by the art
Professor, Department of Visual Arts, National Chiayi
Before studying in Spain, Chang Chia-Yu studied commercial packaging design and
enrolled at the University of Seville art college in Spain in 1990, subsequently
receiving a master’s degree in design and prints and was awarded the distinction
award for her doctorate dissertation on the impacts of western prints on
contemporary Taiwanese prints. After returning to Taiwan, Chang started teaching
the prints course at the National Chiayi University Department of Visual Arts.
During this time, the artist published books including The Art of Prints,
Discourse on the Integration of Intaglio and Relief, Home: Discourse on
of Silk Screen and Ceramic Printing of Chia-Yu Chang, and Poetry and Window
Adjunct Professor, Department of Art and Design, National Tsing Hua
Lu is currently an adjunct professor at National Tsing Hua University Department
of Arts and Design and was a professor at the National Hsinchu University of
Education, treasurer at the National Hsinchu Teachers College, and professor and
department chair of Department of Art and Craft. Lu gas taught the course
“Modern Prints” for 49 consecutive years (1973-2022).
Lu is the recipient of the Golden Goblet Award of the prints section of the
R.O.C. Art Association and the Golden Seal Award of prints education of the
Graphic Society of R.O.C.
Lu was a juror of the preliminary jury of the International Biennial Print
Exhibit: 2018 R.O.C. and juror of the prints section of the 2013, 2014, 2016,
2019, and 2021 National Art Exhibition R.O.C.