The Wei-Wu Mi-Mi Street Art Village is the largest painted art village in Taiwan, and a new Kaohsiung landmark that has attracted numerous visitors over the past three years. The art village was created following the Kaohsiung City Government’s “one community, unique feature” policy. Lingya District is Kaohsiung’s cultural and educational art hub, and its district office has hosted the Wallriors Street Art Festival since 2016, a festival that invites domestic and foreign artists to rejuvenate Kaohsiung’s old communities. Over the past four years, Weiwu Village, which is primarily public housing, has accumulated 106 wall murals created by 48 artists from 24 countries. The Wei-Wu Mi-Mi Street Art Village has inspired the National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts to organize immersive theater events, in which guided tours featuring puzzle-solving elements, actors, and sounds are used to guide visitors through Wei-Wu Mi-Mi Street Art Village in innovative ways.
作品名稱：衛武迷迷村 Wei-Wu Mi-Mi Street Art Village