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Wide spectrum of quality artistic goods

Run by the NTCH itself and upholding the principle of making art its priority, the NTCH gift line boasts a wide spectrum of products related to performing arts, designer goods and the exclusive merchandises we developed. From crystal candlesticks that reflect the architectural beauty of the NTCH, elegantly classic pencils and essence aromatherapy candle printed with ancient music scores, playful yet practical illustrated magnets, simple but chic notebook and mug collections, to the polo shirts and handbags of the jazz collection, just to name a few.

In addition to exclusive products designed by NTCH and its partners, the ArtShop also holds wide range of fine products made by our local artists and workshops from all over Taiwan and are characteristic of this country, including Erh-Ping Tsai’s jewelry, Bamboola Taiwan’s bamboo products, Ya-Ling Workshop’s lacquer works, Yuli Taki’s knitting bags and aboriginal accessories, and Sing-You Workshop’s Koji pottery. In a bid to promote fine products of our local artists, the NTCH gift service aims to be a platform of exhibition for Taiwanese designers from all over the island.

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ArtShop

Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday from 12:00 to 21:00

Tel

(02)3393-9869

Website

gift.ntch.edu.tw

ArtShop

A smartest choice for those who wish to appreciate Taiwanese fine art and purchase some of Taiwan’s most delicate and original handicrafts. Just like a little gallery displaying fine collections of NTCH merchandises, the ArtShop is the place to go to for exquisite gifts and souvenirs.

In addition to exclusive products designed by NTCH and its partners, the ArtShop also holds wide range of fine products made by our local artists and workshops from all over Taiwan and are characteristic of this country, including Erh-Ping Tsai’s jewelry, Bamboola Taiwan’s bamboo products, Ya-Ling Workshop’s lacquer works, Yuli Taki’s knitting bags and aboriginal accessories, and Sing-You Workshop’s Koji pottery.