將博物館實體與數位藏品與資源做最大程度的、無障礙、無限制的友善開放近用（open access），強調博物館應呈現多元性 pluralism）與去殖民化 decolonizing），在博物館內呈現大眾的多方觀點，
實現公民賦權（empowerment），以及排除邊緣與弱勢群體利用博物館資源的障礙，進而促進社會平權或共融（ social inclusion），並達到社會正義（social justice）等。本期學報誠徵有關博物館文化民主領域相關議題的研究，涵蓋有關議題的倡議、討論、反思、實踐等，歡迎來稿分享。
【Museums for Cultural Democracy】
Contemporary museums advocate and fulfill cultural democracy through various actions. For instance, communities and the general public are encouraged to become involved and engage in partnerships and cooperation with museums, and museums strive to provide the largest degree of open access, unlimited and barrier-free, to their physical and digital collections and resources. Pluralism and decolonizing are some of the most crucial considerations as museums seek to present multiple perspectives of the wider public to empower the people. Another goal is to do away with hindrances to use of museum resources by marginalized and vulnerable populations as a way of promoting equality and social inclusion, as to realize social justice. This issue of ARTISTICA TNNUA calls for research on matters related to cultural democracy in museums, including advocacy, discussion, consideration, and implementation thereof. Welcome to submit your paper and share your ideas.
【Cross-Culture, Cross-Species and Earth Art】
From Site Specific to Eco-art, from Eco-art to Earth-art, this topic focus on the new trends of earth-art in contemporaryart scene. In Taiwan, the historical context which began from 'Tamsui River's Turbulence'(1995), 'Environmental Art Action in Tropicof Cancer'(2005-2008) to 'Environmental Art Action in Shumeikeng River'(2011) developed recently into many Land-art and Earth-artfestivals in the name of local tourism and Regional Revitalization.
During two decades, in the challenges of extreme climate and thecritique of Anthropocene, we could see the new problematic of cross-culture and cross-species emerging in the practices and researchesin earth-art. This topic would welcome all kinds of reflection on such a new art tend in practical fields and theoretical concerns.