Tung Ho Steel Enterprise Corporation has always dedicated itself to various charity events in Taiwan, which demonstrates its passion and duty to grow together with this land. With the Collaboration with National Culture and Arts Foundation, Tung Ho Steel launched a three-year “Artist-in-Residence Program” to invite artistic creation at Tung Ho Steel Miaoli Works, forging a new connection between art and industrial production, and promoted the modernization and development of sculpture art in Taiwan. To further participate in culture and arts events for social benefits, Tung Ho Steel Enterprise Corporation established “Tung Ho Steel Foundation” in 2012 to commemorate its fiftieth anniversary. The Foundation aims to further cultivate cultural and art literacy of people in Taiwan through fostering art talents, promotion of art education and the cultural and creative industry, and organizing/sponsoring cultural and art events.澳门永利手机版
The Foundation had held the first “Tung Ho Steel International Artist Residency Program” since 2013. Every year, one domestic artist and one foreign artist are invited to Miaoli Works, and artists utilized steel scraps as their creative materials. The finished works are great in both quality and quantity. The foundation also hold “Kaohsiung International Steel & Iron Sculpture Festival,” “FORMOSA Sculpture Biennial,” “International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition,” we hope to establish links with the international art communities in order to build a platform of exchange that facilitates academic research and artistic creation.
Chairperson : Shu-Chau Wang Ho
A long time devotee to the promotion of arts and culture in Taiwan, Mrs. Shu-Chau Wang Ho currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the Tung Ho Steel Enterprise Corporation. From establishing “Spring Gallery” in 1978, until the Spring Foundation was founded in 1999, Mrs. Ho has continuously involved in activities of international organizations such as the Asia Cultural Council and the National Culture and Arts Foundation, etc., concerning about the development of contemporary art and cultivation of talent in Taiwan. She had been participated in the management of Taipei Huashan Art District and Art Stock 20 in Taichung, commissioned by the R.O.C. government to operate the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei( MOCA, Taipei) while serving as the chairman of the Contemporary Art Foundation. Additionally, she was instrumental in the establishment of the first curatorial company in Taiwan, the L’Orangerie International Art Consultant Co. Ltd. – hence injecting new developmental momentum into Taiwan’s cultural industry.