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Public Arts Awards

Established in 2007 by the Ministry of Culture, the Public Arts Awards recognize public art projects completed in certain years in Taiwan.

★ "The Way to the Very Joyance" at the Xiaobitan Station on the Xindian line won the "The Best Installation Entity Award" and "The Best Planning Award" at the First Public Arts Awards in 2007.

★ "The Story of Lake City," which threads seven public artworks at the elevated section on the Wenshan-Neihu line won "The Excellence Award" and was also nominated for "The Best Environmental Integration Award" at the Third Public Arts Awards in 2012.

★ "The Story of Flying" connects three artworks at the Songshan Airport Station on the Wenshan-Neihu line and won "The Best Planning Award." It was also nominated for "The Best Creativity Award" at the Third Public Arts Awards in 2012.

★ "Dancing Feathers Ascending in the Wind" at the Luzhou Station on the Luzhou line won "The Creativity Award" at the Fourth Public Arts Awards in 2014.

★ "The Moment We Meet" at the Taipei 101/World Trade Center Station on the Xinyi line won "The Creativity Award" and "Online Voting for the Most Popular Works" and was nominated for "The Excellence Award" at the Fifth Public Arts Awards in 2016.

"Enjoy Green Life in Daan Park" at the Daan Park Station on the Xinyi line was also nominated for "The Excellence Award" at the Fifth Public Arts Awards in 2016.

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  • Source: Department of Rapid Transit Systems, Taipei City Government
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