【92nd Anniversary】Together to the appointment at the Lixian Building, resonating the power of creating beauty-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

【92nd Anniversary】Together to the appointment at the Lixian Building, resonating the power of creating beauty

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【92nd Anniversary】Together to the appointment at the Lixian Building, resonating the power of creating beauty

Synergy Correlation

 
To celebrate the 92nd anniversary of NCKU, the Institute of Arts organized a special alumni event on the university's anniversary, November 11. The event, named "Back to the Alma Mater," included joyful reunions among alumni and a carefully planned exhibition titled "Past and Present: 111th Anniversary Special Exhibition of the Construction of Lixian Building." The exhibition showcased the restoration process and techniques of Lixian Building, allowing students, alumni, and faculty to appreciate the historical and artistic value of this ancient structure, creating cherished memories and adding more beautiful moments to campus life.


On the sunny and pleasant day of November 11 in Tainan, the alumni event concluded amidst a joyful atmosphere. Alumni from the Institute of Arts returned to their alma mater, engaging in delightful conversations with past instructors, reminiscing about the various aspects of the Lixian Building's construction process. They captured many precious moments inside and outside the building, leaving behind numerous valuable photos to commemorate their reunion on the university's anniversary.


The Institute of Arts expressed that these captivating moments and delicate memories have become indelible recollections for both the institute and its alumni, strengthening the bonds between alumni and instructors. Through this heartwarming alumni event, the Institute of Arts not only reinforced connections between alumni and instructors but also ignited more expectations and future prospects while sharing joyful moments. The institute expressed gratitude to the collective effort of its faculty and students, making the event a resounding success.


NCKU boasts several national and municipal historical sites, among which the nationally designated heritage, Lixian Building, underwent a two-year restoration project and reopened earlier in 2023. The building continues to serve as the Institute of Arts' departmental building. On the morning of November 11, the alumni event began with encouraging words from the invited sixth director of the Institute of Arts Studies, Professor Wang Weiyong. He shared perspectives on art and encouraged younger peers to broaden their artistic horizons.


Several former instructors also joined the event to revisit the early days of the Institute of Arts, sharing beautiful memories of the institute's establishment. Professor Kuang-Sheng Shih shared his practical experiences at the institute, including executing art projects and reflections on his work "Towards Drama: Kuang-Sheng Shih's Prose Collection," autographing copies on-site. Professor  Mei-Hua Gao shared the institute's endeavors in art education and the cultivation of artistic awareness at the university level, hoping for a brighter future for the Institute of Arts. Professor Hsiao Chong-Ray expressed gratitude for the invitation and shared insights into the construction process of Lixian Building and the establishment and development of the museum, expressing hopes for the enhancement of campus aesthetics.


Simultaneously, a documentary titled "Celebrating Success and Building: A Journey into the Reconstruction of Lixian Building" was screened during the event, guiding the audience through memories and highlights of the restoration process. During the banquet, Professors Wei-Yong Wang and Kuang-Sheng Shih gathered to cut a cake adorned with the words "Steps Ascending," creating a warm and happy moment captured in a group photo.


In the afternoon, Dr. Yu-Hua Tsai, associate researcher at the NCKU Museum, led everyone on a tour of Lixian Building, delving into the details and processes of the historical site's restoration. At the "Past and Present: 111th Anniversary Special Exhibition of the Construction of Lixian Building," Dr. Tsai shared insights into the meticulous adjustments made to the building's facade during the construction process to achieve visual aesthetics, earning admiration from attendees.


Furthermore, alumni from the Institute of Arts engaged in lively conversations with instructors outside Lixian Building, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Many alumni expressed that these captivating moments would be unforgettable memories for both the institute and its students, eagerly anticipating the next reunion in the coming year.

Teachers, students, and alumni gathered at the entrance of Lixian Building, taking a group photo to capture the unforgettable moments on campus.

Professor Chong-Ray Hsiao shared the process of constructing the Lixian Building and the development of the museum.

Associate Professor Chia-Pin Chen and graduating alumni joyfully reunite.

Professor Kuang-Sheng Shih and Director  Yi-Fang Wu signed a book and posed for a photo together.

The documentary film "Renewal Celebration: Inquire and Learn at Lixian"

Professors  Wei-Yung Wang and Kuang-Sheng Shih cut the cake with the words "Step by step progress" to commemorate the occasion.

Attentively listening to teachers and senior students sharing precious memories of the Department of Arts.

The first graduating alumni of the Department of Arts shared fond memories of their time at the university.

Professor Yu-Hua Tsai led the faculty and students on a tour of the Lixian Building, sharing insights into the restoration and adjustments made to the architectural facade proportions.

Director  Yi-Fang Wu and the graduating alumni happily posing for a group photo.

The process of presenting the special exhibition "Past and Present: The 111th Anniversary Exhibition of Lixian Building Construction"

Outside Lixian Building, alumni of the NCKU Graduate Institute of Arts interacted joyfully with current students and faculty. Many alumni expressed that these delightful moments would become unforgettable memories for both current students and faculty members. They eagerly anticipated the opportunity to reunite again next year.

The students, faculty, and alumni of the NCKU Graduate Institute of Arts gathered at Lixian Building, creating a resonating power of beauty together.

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