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台北當代藝術館 大事記

從古蹟到當代-從硬體的維護到軟體的不斷更新...

1919  「建成尋常小學校」成立。

1920   日籍建築設計師-近藤十郎,設計監造一座北朝南之兩層樓紅磚木構建築。

1921   正面含鐘樓之一字型主體建築峻工。

1934 完成 U型校舍,共1199建坪。

1945 國民政府接收臺灣,十月底成立台北市政府並接管學校。

1946 台北市政府遷入建成校舍辦公,建成尋常小學廢校。

1993 黃大洲市長任內決定市府遷往新市政大樓,原建物交由建成國中接管。

1994 當時市長陳水扁指示教育局暫緩建成國中遷校計劃,研議規劃為文化機構。

1995 建築物規劃為二:正面為台北第二美術館,兩翼為建成國中校舍;

            美術館部分委由台北市立美術館進行整修及規劃。

1996 建築物由台北市民政局評定為市定古蹟,第二美術館古蹟再利用工程動工。

2000 台北市文化局宣佈台北市第二美術館正名為台北當代藝術館。

2001 台北當代藝術館開館,由文化局委託當代藝術基金會經營管理。

2005 當代藝術基金會第一屆董事會期滿,12月12日起暫時休館。

2006 當代藝術基金會董事會改組,2月18日重新開放、繼續營運。

2007   12月31日,文化局委託當代藝術基金會經營當代館合約期滿。

2008   1月1日起,文化局委託財團法人台北市文化基金會承接營運當代館。

2009   當代館將展覽範圍由館內擴大至館前廣場及鄰近之捷運中山地下街。

2010   當代館加強藝術與社會連結,將專業服務延伸至館外公共藝術專案的策畫與執行,

           包括:捷運中山站線形公園公共藝術設置案,

           以及「氣象萬千ArtSupply:萬華406廣場公共藝術展覽」專案。

2011   1. 策劃執行台北燈節公共藝術專案,結合中山社區文創產業及「巷弄美學」空間設計。

           2. 策劃執行捷運忠孝復興站【給你一個ㄓㄗㄢˋ】公共藝術特展。

           3. 策劃執行「南西當紅」嘉年華活動,將捷運中山線形公園轉化為藝術社教常態場域。

           4. 於義大利Asolo策劃執行【在那裡,我們生活-青春扛拜影展】。

           5. 於義大利威尼斯辦理【春德的盛宴】—2011第54屆威尼斯雙年展平行展。

2012   1. 策劃執行【街大歡囍】,將地下街區的藝文創意延伸至捷運中山/雙連捷運站。

           2. 藝術一條街「公共藝術特展區」獲文化部「公共藝術獎」兩項入圍

               (最佳策劃及最佳教育推廣)及一項金獎(最佳民眾參與)。

        3. 全新成立兒童專屬的遊藝空間—「U12小玩藝教室」。

2013  策劃執行【雙聲代】,將地面公共藝術延伸至捷運雙連捷運站。

2014  於義大利威尼斯辦理【蒼生問】—2014第56屆威尼斯雙年展平行展。

 

From a historic building to a contemporary art museum, from hardware maintenance to software update—the history of MOCA, Taipei

1919  Kensei Shogakko, or Jian Cheng Elementary School is established.

1920  Japanese architect, Kondo Juro, designs and oversees the construction of a two-story wooden-structured brick building facing south.

1921  The front and the bell tower of the main building is completed.

1934 The rest of the building is completed, forming a U-shape together. The total square measure is about 3,964 m2.

1945 The Nationalist Government takes over Taiwan. At the end of October, Taipei City Government is established and take up the management of the school.

1946 The Nationalist Government evacuates to Taiwan. The building is reappointed as the City Hall of the Taipei City Government. Jian Cheng Elementary School is abrogated.

1993 During the term of Mayor Ta-chou Huang, the Taipei City Government moves into the new quarters, and the management of the building is taken over by Jian Cheng Junior High School.

1994 Mayor Shui-bian Chen directs the Department of Education to defer the relocation of Jian Cheng Junior High School and consider the possibility of keeping the building as a cultural site.

1995 The building is split into two sections: the front section is to be the Second Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and the two lateral buildings remain Jian Cheng Junior High School. The museum is planned and renovated by the Taipei Fine Arts Museum.

1996 The building is designated as a Municipal Heritage Site by the Department of Civil Affairs, Taipei City Government. Renovation work of reusing the historic building for the Second Taipei Fine Arts Museum begins.

2000 The Department of Cultural Affairs officially renames the Second Taipei Fine Arts Museum the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Taipei.

2001 MOCA, Taipei is inaugurated. The museum is operated and managed by Contemporary Art Foundation commissioned by the Department of Cultural Affairs.

2005 The first term of the board of directors of Contemporary Art Foundation ends. The museum is closed on December 12.

2006 The board of directors of Contemporary Art Foundation is reorganized. The museum reopens on February 18.

2007  The contract of commission between the Department of Cultural Affairs and Contemporary Art Foundation ends on December 31.

2008  On January 1, Taipei Culture Foundation is commissioned by the Department of Cultural Affairs to manage and operate MOCA, Taipei.

2009  MOCA, Taipei extends its exhibition venue to including the museum plaza and the nearby MRT Zhongshan Underground Street.

2010  To strengthen the tie between arts and society, the museum extends its professional service to the domain of public art, including the public art projects in the lineal park of the MRT Zhongshan Station and the public art project, titled Art Supply, on 406 Square in Wanhua District.

2011  1. Organizes the public art project for the Taipei Lantern Festival while integrating the communal cultural and creative industry in Zhongshan as well as the space design of alley aesthetics.

          2. Organizes and realizes the public art exhibition, Give a Like, at the MRT Zhongxiao Fuxing Station.

          3. Organizes and realizes the art festival, Popular South West‧Fun with Art in the Park, transforming the MRT Zhongshan Lineal Park into a site for artistic education.

          4. Organizes and realizes Cheers, Youth! Film Festival in Asolo, Italy.

          5. Organizes Le Festin de Chun-Te, a collateral event at the 54th Venice Biennale. 

2012  1. Organizes and realizes Street Fun‧Fun Street, extending artistic creativity from the underground street to the MRT Zhongshan Station and Shaunglian Station.

          2. "Art Street," a special public art exhibition zone, is nominated for "Best Curatorial Efforts" and "Best Education and Promotion" in "Public Art Award" by the Ministry of Culture, and won the Golden Award for "Best Public Participation."

          3. Establishes a brand new art education space for children, MOCA U12.

2013  Organizes and realizes the public art project, ReSound, which extends the public art zone to the MRT Shuanglian Station.

2014  Organizes The Question of Beings, a collateral exhibition at the 56th Venice Biennale.