- Location：Taipei, Taiwan
- Disciplines and Media：Performing Arts,Visual Arts,Design,Film-making
- Residency Period：3 weeks to 3 months (Spring: 2014.01.20-04.30; Summer: 2014.05.12-08.29 and Winter: 2014.09.15-12.31)
- Institution Provide：Accommodation and working space
- Paid by artist：Traveling expense, living expense
Gold Museum is located in a small town of productive mining area in Jinguashi, Juifang, near Taipei. It maintains the constructions from mining business and reforms the mining pit road as part of museum exhibition for education and preservation. It combines rich historical and cultural and natural assets for saving and reproducing mining history and the human environment in order to promote gold and metal craft and creative industries. The goal is to make the museum a natural ecological education place. Since 2012 Gold Museum and its park area has initiated residency program to attract creative talents live and work here, and it also encourages local artists and international artists come and learn new ideas.
The museum renovated the Japanese-style dormitory as artists-in-residency. It tends to attract various creative talents to this little mining town to experience the feature of mining industry, and also to talk with local artists for more collaboration. In the spring (Jan 20 - April 30), the summer (May 12 – Aug 29) and the autumn (Sep 15 – Dec 31) Gold Museum opens space for creative talents. They can decide the duration of their residency as long as they can be satisfied with the residency experience. Resident artists are required to propose interaction program to work with community and local people to promote the idea and creative thinking by “Arts”.
2014 is the tenth anniversary of Gold Museum. The theme of the residency is suggested as “Golden Ten”. The art forms or media can be any kind. Artists are encouraged to interact with the local people or museum visitors. The museum provides basic working and living facilities. It is required to pay NT$2000 as deposit. It will be refunded upon the departure from the museum.