Awards and obligations
  • Grand Prix (1 winners): NT$1,000,000, Residency Program, a trophy and a certificate.
  • Gold (1 winners): NT$600,000, Residency Program, a trophy and a certificate.
  • Silver (1 winners): NT$400,000, Residency Program, a trophy and a certificate.
  • Bronze (1 winners): NT$250,000, Residency Program, a trophy and a certificate.
  • Special (9 winners): NT$50,000, a certificate.
  • Recommendation (several winners): a certificate.
  • Selected works (approximately 100 recipients): a certificate of selection.
  • The rights of the works of the Grand Prix, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards shall become the property of the New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum.
  • All monetary prizes are subject to tax withholding in accordance to applicable tax laws of the Republic of China.
  • Each prizewinner and selected work recipient will receive a copy of the publication of this Biennale.
  • Travel Expenses: The Grand Prix, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Prize recipients are each eligible for funding for travel expense (a round-trip economy class airline ticket to Taiwan or a round-trip Taiwan High Speed Rail ticket) and three days’ accommodation. The above award-winners will also be required to participate in the promotional activities to be held during the opening of the exhibition (the precise time to be announced).
  • Residency Program: The Grand Prix, Gold, Silver, and Bronze prizewinners are required to participate in the Residency Program during the exhibition opening. If it is impossible for the prizewinners to participate in the artist-in-residency program during the time of the Biennale exhibition, they may defer completion of the residency up to the end of 2021, but in that case, the cost of the round-trip airfare must be borne by the artists. If the prizewinners cannot participate in the artist-in-residency program, then all rights shall be considered self-forfeited. Each artist in the residency program will have living stipend (NT$600 pre-tax per day and maximum of 90 days), basic materials for creation (Invoices are required for payment), and three months’ lodging of suite room and quasi-opened working environment. He/She will also have the chance to be recommended by the Museum to consign artworks for sale in the Museum Shop. In the period of residency, the Museum will arrange each artist to provide feedback to Yingge region and surrounding Schools, including lecture, speech, performance, or educational activities. One-third of artworks in number completed during the Residency Program must be provided to the Museum as educational use, and the artist cannot refuse it. For matters not included in the rules, each prizewinner will sign a separate agreement with the Museum.