I have received information from Tsai Yu Shan about an exhibition currently running at the National Taiwan Museum, Taipei (24 March - 30 August 2015
). The exhibition is: "Vivid Ancestor Paintings- A Plains Aborigines Exhibition"
The Museum says:
“This exhibition is based on important Qing Dynasty records on the plains aborigines (from the 1700s-1800s), including the “Map of Taiwan Under the Reign of Emperor Kang-xi” and “Genre Paintings of Aboriginal Peoples.” Through digital multimedia displays and multimedia reconstructions the exhibition brings visitors back in time, showing how the earliest settlers in Taiwan used to live and the uniqueness of their culture.”
Of particular interest to forum members is that Yushan has lent eight pieces of her fine and careful reproductions of weaving of these plains aboriginals, or Pingpu, for inclusion in a glass showcase at the entrance to the exhibition.
See the National Taiwan Museum's website for their current exhibitions section
Yushan has very kindly sent me photos of her work on the textile reproductions and some explanatory text for sharing with the forum. I need to do some preparatory work on this but wanted to get information on the exhibition onto the forum as it has already opened. I will add the text and photos when I have finished working on them.
I attach a couple of photos of the showcase at the exhibition entrance.
on-line tribal textiles resource