The top ten exhibitions of national museums are announced. Zhejiang newspaper praises the Nanhu Revolutionary Memorial Hall
2022-05-20 06:27:00 Source: Zhejiang Online
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On May 19, “Zhejiang Daily” published the article “Top Ten Exhibitions of National Museums Announces Zhejiang’s 7th Consecutive Years of Excellence Award”, and praised the Nanhu Revolutionary Memorial Hall. The full text is as follows:
On May 18, at the main venue of the “May 18 International Museum Day” event held in Wuhan, the top ten exhibitions of national museums in 2021 were announced. Zhejiang was shortlisted for 5 projects, one of which won the Excellence Award.
Ningbo Fenghua District Museum “Symphony of Mountains and Seas – Fenghua History and Civilization Exhibition” won the national top ten exhibition exhibition awards for museums, and is the only county-level museum in the country to receive this honor in 2021. So far, Zhejiang has won the top ten exhibition awards in national museums for seven consecutive years.
also,Nanhu Revolutionary Memorial Hall “Red Boat Sets Sail—Basic Display of Nanhu Revolutionary Memorial Hall” won the special award of the top ten exhibition exhibitions in national museums; “Fu, Lu, Shou Xi, Good Life – Special Exhibition of Chinese Auspicious Culture” by Zhejiang Natural Museum, “Won Nian Yong Bao: Exhibition of Cultural Relics Protection Achievements in Chinese Collections” by China Cultural Relics Protection Technology Association (curated by China National Silk Museum) Red Imprint 1921-2021: The Tide Rising Qiantang” won the top ten exhibitions in national museums.
On the same day, Zhejiang Provincial Museum was selected as the “National Most Innovative Museum” in 2022, and only three museums in the country have won this honor this year. Since the selection in 2014, 4 museums in Zhejiang have won this honor, becoming the province with the most selections.
In recent years, our province has focused on cultural creativity, cultural productivity, cultural communication, and cultural influence, and strives to make the cultural relics in the museum “live”. Up to now, the province has registered 420 museums of all levels and types, ranking second in the country; in 2021 alone, more than 2,500 exhibitions of various types will be held in the province, with more than 38 million visitors.