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2011第三屆「生命永續獎」得獎者-達德拉凡‧伊苞(演員,撃鼓老師)Dadelavan Ibau 簡介

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排灣族的伊苞來自屏東青山部落,早年從事田野調查及多年的研究經驗,成為她日後從事創作的重要養分。

1999年她投入劇場表演,於木柵老泉的優人神鼓山上劇場擊鼓習武、練拳修禪。

2004年與團員到西藏轉山,驚覺西藏和排灣故鄉擁有許多奇異的相似,開啟了她的心靈,使她重新面對自己的生命經驗與傳統文化。

Monday, 14 February 2011 16:32

The 2011 3rd Sustainable Life Awards winners

The five winners of the 2011 3rd Life Sustainability Awards have now been announced. The Life Sustainability Awards aim to encourage and congratulate those who take action to protect and develop cultural diversity, spiritual empowerment and environmental sustainability. By reporting the stories and contributions of those awarded the Sustainable Life Awards, we hope to encourage more people from Taiwan and the wider Pacific region to come together with innovative solutions to global challenges.

The First Life Sustainability Awards in 2008 produced 11 award winners. Then, in 2009 The Second Life Sustainability Awards produced 9 award winners. The award winners are chosen after carefully considering a host of worthy candidates with contributions to ‘Sustainable life’ and finally choosing a fair cross section with the winners espousing different qualities. In 2011 for the Third Life Sustainability Awards we narrowed down the criterion, choosing the winners based on two main requirements:

- they have contributed to the protection and development of Taiwanese aboriginal/Austronesian culture with continuous actions and an innovative spirit.

and

- have valiantly mobilised community resources to respond to challenges of sustainability.

prize,生命永續獎

Each of the award winners will be rewarded with a beautiful stone sculpture made by Wang Xiu-chi, who generously donated all the sculpture trophies for the First Life Sustainability Awards in 2007. To view more of his fabulous works, please click here.

The Award winners

Writer of a uniquely Dawu form of Ocean literature, Syaman Rapongan brings his readers to the ocean shores with him. He lives the life he writes; fishing, shipbuilding and embracing the traditions of his elders - Tao folklore will live on in his work for future generations. His contributions to the Dawu people and other aboriginal groups go beyond the literary sphere; he was also a pioneer in aborigine-related social movements in the 1980’s.

Sakuliu Pavavalung, an earthenware sculptor of the Paiwan minority, devotes himself to the renovation and documentation of the lost craft of earthenware pot making. He has long pushed his concept of a ‘community classroom’ teaching the kids about their cultural history and wisdom and spearheading the community rebuilding of his community following the devastation of Typhoon Morakot.

Dadelavan Ibau is lightning rod of inspiration for marginalised communities. A professional dancer, she also voluntarily teaches drums to prisoners and kids in remote schools. In these encounters and interactions she drums in hope and drumming out their hidden potential.

Documentary filmmaker and scholar Futuru Tsai, was adopted into the Atolan Communty where he has documented local popular culture such as ‘Amis Hip hop’. Later films and research follow Austronesian migration paths in the Pacific and explores the lost history of Taiwan’s aborigines. In his work he both learns from and enriches indigenous culture.

Bo-hua Peng has long spent her own free time visiting disadvantaged schools as a storyteller. The time with these children in eastern Taiwan alerted her to their needs and led her to establish the Wood Pecker Life Association, which trains the young people how to better spend there free time to study and provide service to the community.

The winners have been presented with their awards at the conference Mapping and Unmapping the Pacific: An Island Perception of an Oceanic Continent on February 16-17th. This conference is held by the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Executive Yuan, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China, Renlai Monthly & eRenlai, Taiwan Society for Pacific Studies, National Central Library and other institutes.

 

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Monday, 14 February 2011 16:10

從都蘭到新幾內亞──蔡政良

2011第三屆「生命永續獎」得獎者-蔡政良(紀錄片導演,學者)Futuru Tsai簡介

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蔡政良是新竹人。23歲那年第一次到都蘭部落,為阿美族人Kapah (林昌明)納為義子,並加入都蘭的年齡組織──拉中橋。

大學畢業後,蔡政良原在新竹科學園區的半導體公司工作,後來逐步轉而投入人類學的研究。

多年來,他致力於由影音媒介探討原住民文化與歷史記憶。2005年作品《阿美嘻哈》紀錄了臺東都蘭部落的阿美族年輕人,將時下的流行文化鎔鑄於當地文化與社會傳統,創造出獨樹一幟的身體表現。

Monday, 14 February 2011 16:02

守候後山的一粒種子---- 彭伯華

2011第三屆「生命永續獎」得獎者-彭伯華(花蓮啄木鳥全人發展協會創辦人)Bethany Peng簡介

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14年前,彭伯華嫁入光復鄉成為阿美族媳婦,從此愛上部落的兒童及青少年。喜歡他們的真,喜歡他們的純,也發現他們的需要。

10年前,她因著故事志工踏進校園,每週到校園為孩子們說故事,就這樣一步一腳印,從說故事志工到成立一訓練說故事的機構---花蓮縣啄木鳥全人發展協會。

2011第三屆「生命永續獎」得獎者--撒古流‧巴瓦瓦隆(雕塑陶藝家)Sakuliu Pavavalung簡介

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排灣族藝術家撒古流‧巴瓦瓦隆來自屏東大社部落。

他的名字「撒古流」在排灣語意或可用箭頭來比擬,正如同他投身原住民文化及主流文化的溝通甚至衝突中--當兩軍僵持對峙時,起身衝出去的人,是排灣族賦予這個名字的人所應有的使命。

2011第三屆「生命永續獎」得獎者-夏曼‧藍波安(海洋文學作家)Syaman Rapongan 簡介

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夏曼‧藍波安,蘭嶼達悟族人,以文字書寫他的民族與海洋的親密愛戀關係。

作為一個以海洋文學為職志的作家,他的書寫是以生命與身體真實投入的實踐歷程。

不論是閱讀他的作品,或與他對話,都會深深為他所吸引,不由得期待能認識影響他文學思想背後的海洋文化。

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