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《 逛・聚落 》

臺東生活即美學,藝文能量匯聚;孕育優質創作。

// MUSEUM IN TAITUNG /


2002年新東糖廠正式登錄為歷史建築,成為新東糖廠文化園區。當時臺東縣政府有意打造東海岸新的旅遊帶,認為新東糖廠文化園區的位置極佳,因此在此舉辦「都蘭山藝術節」活動,深獲好評。

In 2002, the Sintung Sugar Factory was officially listed as a historic building and became the Sintung Sugar Factory Cultural Park. As the Taitung County Government intended to develop a new tourism belt along the East Coast, the Sintung Sugar Factory Cultural Park was seen as the right initiative at the right place. The Dulan Mountain Art Festival held here has gained recognition.

製糖會社的成立 開啟紅糖產業的發展
A new sugar corporation opens a new chapter for the brown sugar industry

糖為民生必需品,日治時期為發展製糖業,臺灣總督府於1902年(明治35年)頒布「糖業獎勵規則」,確立了優先發展糖業的政策,並藉由改良甘蔗品種、設置新式製糖廠,鋪設糖業鐵路取代清朝時期以牛車運輸原料與成品,力促製糖工業化。此外,總督府又實施資金援助、指定原料採取區域、保護市場等三大措施,日臺資本家因此競相投資製糖業,使得糖業成為日治時期臺灣最具代表性的產業。
Sugar. The human body needs it, and people love the taste. During the Japanese occupation period (1895-1945), the sugar industry boomed. The Office of the Governor-General of Taiwan promulgated the Taiwan Sugar Industry Incentives Regulations, which set a policy of vigorous development of the sugar industry by improving sugarcane varieties and setting up modern sugar factories. The specially established Taiwan Sugar Railways were to replace the ox-cart transportation network dating back to the Qing Dynasty days. In addition, the Governor-General's Office implemented three major support measures, namely, financial assistance, designation of regions for sugarcane production, and market protection. The Japanese capitalists were therefore competing to invest in the lucrative sugar industry, which became a major industry in Taiwan during the Japanese occupation.

轉型文化園區 成為東海岸的藝術創作場域
Sintung Culture Park Becomes Art and Lohas Hotspot on the East Coast

2001年,來自各方駐地在都蘭創作的藝文人士,對於新東糖廠的獨立倉庫十分有興趣,認為非常適合作為創作及展覽場所,因而提出租借使用的想法。當時黃燦煌也抱著嘗試心態,將其辦公室及倉庫出租給藝文人士,除了作為創作、展覽、劇場表演空間,也有餐飲類經營、手創商品店等等,如希巨‧蘇飛、拉黑子‧達立夫、哈拿‧葛琉等藝術家在此成立工作室,原第二、三、四倉庫則作為展覽空間,其餘空間則有台11工作室、都蘭小房子、「好的,擺」、糖廠咖啡屋等不同藝文單位進駐。
In 2001, Taiwanese and foreign artists who lived and worked in Dulan became very interested in the independent warehouses of the Sintung Sugar Factory. They felt the place was suitable for art studios and exhibition spaces, so they proposed renting it. The factory was willing to give it a try and rented out its offices and warehouses to the artists. Besides using the spaces for art creation, exhibitions, and performances, they also opened some eateries, craft stores, etc. Artists like Siki Sufin, Rahic Talif, and Hana set up studios in the sugar factory, while Warehouses No. 2, 3, 4, were repurposed as exhibition spaces. Other spaces were taken up by Highway 11 Studio, Dulan, The Little House, Alrightee, and Sugar Café.