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ASEMUS, a flagship project initiated by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), is a network which promotes sharing of museum collections between museums of Asia and Europe. It has also facilitated exchange of knowledge in heritage conservation and management. In its 10 years of existence, ASEMUS has made possible interactions between museum professionals from Asia and Europe in ways which were unthinkable before.
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Curators Present Masterpieces: Mr. Alan Chong, Director of Asian Civilisations Museum and Ms. Eng Tow, artist, talk about her work "Grains of Thought" 🤍
WATCH NEXT : Another thunderstorm rain walk in Geylang, Singapore : 🤍 Here is a list of my gear : DJI Osmo Pocket 2 : 🤍 Zoom H5 Sound Recorder : 🤍 Sandisk 256GB Micro USB : 🤍 Boya MM1 Microphone : 🤍 Sennheiser Ambeo Binaural Microphone : 🤍 Wanderlust : A History of Walking : 🤍 The Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery (MNMAG) collects, preserves and exhibits modern and contemporary Mongolian artworks. The collection serves an important role in documenting the social, historical and cultural evolution of Mongolia. In 1991, MNMAG separated from the Fine Arts Museum of Mongolia and became an independent organisation, dedicated to increasing public appreciation for Mongolian modern visual artworks. Support me on Ko-fi! : 🤍 Check out my merch : 🤍 Location : 🤍 From : 🤍 The MNMAG is a government-supported arts organisation. Its collection forms the basis for providing aesthetic experiences and art education to the public. The gallery’s unique collection consists of Mongolian modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures, prints, crafts and other new forms of art and artefacts which possess originality and a Mongolian identity. The artworks cover a range of themes from history and cultural traditions to landscapes and contemporary expressions. #AmbientWalking #Walk #Walking #Walks #DJIOsmoPocket #Mongolia #ArchivingMongolia #WalkingMongolia #WalkMongolia #Asia #Travel #Sightseeing #Ger #Desert #StayHome #WithMe
WATCH NEXT : Another thunderstorm rain walk in Geylang, Singapore : 🤍 Here is a list of my gear : DJI Osmo Pocket 2 : 🤍 Zoom H5 Sound Recorder : 🤍 Sandisk 256GB Micro USB : 🤍 Boya MM1 Microphone : 🤍 Sennheiser Ambeo Binaural Microphone : 🤍 Wanderlust : A History of Walking : 🤍 The origins of the National Museum of Mongolia date back to 1924, when the first collections were begun for a national museum. The present building of the museum was built in 1971, when it was erected as the Museum of Revolution. At the time, the collections of ethnography, prehistory, middle history, national history and paleontology were housed in the building of the Central Museum, built in 1956. Support me on Ko-fi! : 🤍 Check out my merch : 🤍 Location : 🤍 From : 🤍 In 1991, the ethnography, prehistory and middle history collections of the Central Museum were combined with 20th-century history materials at the Museum of Revolution to create the collections of the National Museum of Mongolian History. Since April 2008 the museum has been renamed as the National Museum of Mongolia. Permanent collection: The National Museum of Mongolia is the nation’s largest museum and holds a collection of over 57,000 objects relating to Central Asian history and the history of Mongolia from prehistory to the end of the 20th century, with a portion of the collected artifacts on display in ten exhibition halls. The latter include Ancient History of Mongolia; Ancient States; Traditional Clothing and Jewelry; the Mongolian Empire; Mongolian Traditional Culture; Mongolian Traditional Life; 17th-20th Century Mongolia; Mongolia 1911-1920; Socialist Mongolia (1921-1990); Democratic Mongolia (1990-present). On average, the Museum receives around 60,000 visitors each year, of which 30,000 are foreign visitors and 30,000 are nationals, including 9000 students and 12,000 children and young people. Education, information, outreach and similar activities have been implemented to attract visitors and raise awareness of national cultural heritage. The Museum has carried out joint projects with museums and scientific organisations from the USA, Korea, Japan, Russian Federation, Germany and China. Since 2008, the National Museum provides all museums in the country with professional-methodological guidance and information. It has hosted conferences, held museum workshops, produced research publications in addition to exhibition catalogues. The Museum has two regular publications: ‘Nomadic Heritage Studies’ (research paper, published twice a year); and ‘Museum News’ (museum methodologies and news, published twice a year). The Museum has a staff of 60. It is supported through admission fees and government funding from the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism. From : 🤍 The National Museum of Mongolia (Mongolian: Монголын үндэсний түүхийн музей); formerly the National Museum of Mongolian History is located in Ulaanbaatar. This museum is a cultural, scientific, and educational organization, which is responsible for the collection, conservation and interpretation of the objects under its curation. The first museum in Mongolia, the Mongolian National Museum (now the Mongolian Natural History Museum), was established in 1924 and became the basis for other museums, including the National Museum of Mongolian History. Russian scholars, such as Pyotr Kozlov, V. I. Lisovskii, A. D. Simukov, and the American researcher Roy Chapman Andrews contributed to the museum's early collections and exhibits. The modern National Museum of Mongolian History was established after the merger of the historical, archaeological and ethnographical departments of the State Central Museum and the Museum of the Revolution in 1991. It is now located in a facility built for the Museum of the Revolution, which was founded in 1971. The National Museum of Mongolia is currently recognized as one of the leading museums in Mongolia. Exhibitions cover prehistory, pre-Mongol Empire history, Mongol Empire, Mongolia during Qing rule, ethnography and traditional life, and twentieth-century history. The ethnographic collection has significant displays of the traditional dress of various Mongolian ethnic groups and of snuff bottles. Most exhibits have labels in both Mongolian and English. The museum publishes one or more issues of its in-house journal each year, with articles in Mongolian and foreign languages, including Russian and English. #AmbientWalking #Walk #Walking #Walks #DJIOsmoPocket #Mongolia #ArchivingMongolia #WalkingMongolia #WalkMongolia #Asia #Travel #Sightseeing #Ger #Desert #StayHome #WithMe
A two-day workshop exploring how museums and Makers can collaborate and co-curate. Part of the Creative Museum project initiative
Cultural institutions (museums, art galleries, theatres, dance and music companies, and even sport clubs) are increasingly developing their services and providing schools, young people and families with more opportunities to explore, play and interact with the site or the artefacts. Often empowered by ICT, schools, teachers and providers of cultural experiences have numerous creative ways to allow students to explore what our cultural heritage is, what does it mean and how it can help us to shape the future. Speakers: - Jenny Siung, Chester Beatty Library - Milena Popova, Europeana This webinar took place on 27 March 2018.
The fourth episode in the second season of Cultural Cache Online features a work by National Artist J. Elizalde Navarro titled “Constellation” in the CCP Visual Arts Collection, with the help of Corazón Alvina, who was the curator of his retrospective exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila in 1995. This episode is in celebration of Navarro’s 23rd death anniversary in May 2022. About the artist J. Elizalde Navarro (1924-1999) is a painter and sculptor. He finished his degree in Fine Arts at the University Santo Tomas (UST) in 1951 and pursued advanced studies at the Art Students League in New York in 1953. He served as art director of UST’s Varsitarian from 1949 to 1951. He taught art at UST and at Randwick University in Sydney, Australia. His first solo exhibition was held at the Philippine Art Gallery in 1954. Also, he represented the Philippines at the Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil, in 1969 and 1971. Navarro was conferred National Artist for Visual Arts in 1999. About the speaker Corazón S. Alvina is director of the Museo ng Kaalamáng Katutubò, a foundation engaged in museum development, material culture research and conservation, and cultural education. Alvina was director of the National Museum of the Philippines (2001-2010), and director, then president of the Metropolitan Museum of Manila (1991-2001). She holds a degree in anthropology from the University of the Philippines. She was among the founding faculty staff of the University of Santo Tomas Graduate School Cultural Heritage Management program (2000-2012), mentoring on museum concerns and issues, ethics, education and interpretation (exhibition design). She headed the Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan Committee (GAMABA) of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), and was chairman of the Asia Europe Museums (ASEMUS) Network executive committee (2005-2007). Alvina co-curated At Home and Abroad for the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, and Filipino Artists Overseas, for the Commission for Filipinos Overseas. In 2013, she co-curated the Philippines /Archipelago of Exchange for the Musée du quai Branly in Paris, France. Alvina is a published writer and photographer. She sits on the board of the Manila Symphony Orchestra Foundation, and is a member of the Bangko Sentral ng PIlipinas’ Cultural Properties Acquisition Advisory Committee (CPAAC). For more information visit: 🤍 🤍 🤍
At a private performance in the Pastor residence in Batangas City on November 3rd, 2008, Corazon Alvina takes part in group singing. Cora is the outgoing chair of the Asia Europe Museums Network ASEMUS. Singing next to her is the Philippine star curator Marian Pastor Rocas and the Prince Claus Price laureate Elena Rivera Mirano
Melody World Wax Museum #1 Vihara Marg Siddhartha Layout (Near GST Bhavan) Mysore 570011, India Tel: +91-8217624257 Email: info🤍melodyworld.in Exhibits - Over 1,400 musical instruments (India's Largest collection of musical instruments) - Over 100 life-size wax statues - Horror House - Games Area Collection of musical instruments (hand-picked) since 2007 from various parts of India and World. Categorised into tribal, ethnic, folk, vintage, antique of various counties and cultures ranging from Stone Age period to Contemporary digital world. The Museum is housed in a 24 rooms 100 years old heritage building & situated less than 3 Km from Mysore Palace. All exhibits are displayed in 10,000 sq feet of display fully air-conditioned space . Unique display of the instruments aided by life-size wax statues in authentic costumes/attire of different continents, counties, villages, cultures, tribes. Most of the instruments dates back over 100 years and are very rare, particularly those used by disappeared tribes and cultures. Our exhibits are not for sale. This unique Museum is open from 9.30am to 7.30PM everyday. 🤍melodyworld.in/exhibits.php 🤍facebook.com/waxmuseummysore 🤍pinterest.com/waxworldindia 🤍twitter.com/waxmysore 🤍instagram.com/waxmysore Memberships and affliations - ICOM (International Council of Museums) Since 2015 - CIMCIM (International Committee of Museums and collections of instruments and music) Since 2015 - ASEMUS (Asia Europe Museum Network) Since 2018 - AMIS (American Musical Instruments Society) Since 2018 - SEM (Society for Ethnomusicology) Since 2020 - IMS (International Musicological Society) Since 2020 - RMA (Royal Musical Association) Since 2020
A Day in a Life of Vanini Belarmino Curator Founder of Belarmino & Partners Vanini Belarmino is an independent curator, producer and writer. She is the Managing Director of Belarmino&Partners, a company set-up in Berlin, Germany in March 2008 to realise cross-border and interdisciplinary collaborations. To pursue her passion in developing grassroots cultural initiatives between Asia and Europe, she launched ZENSORS in Germany (2008) and Philippines (2009). In 2007, she joined Walkscreen in leading the EU-art-peace project Challenging Walls in Israel and Palestine. While working for the Asia-Europe Foundation (2003-2007), she was responsible for the establishment of its performing art programmes: I’mPULSE (music) and Pointe to Point (dance) as well as the management of ASEMUS (Asia-Europe Museum Network). Vanini has worked for institutions like the Cultural Center of the Philippines (1992-1997), Ballet Philippines (1995-1997), Department of Education, Culture and Sports (1997-1998), and the European Cultural Foundation (2003). Vanini has spearheaded projects in countries like Austria, Cambodia, China, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Palestine, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Sweden, United Kingdom and Vietnam. She also works as a cultural correspondent for various publications and online platforms like the Korean Arts Management Services’ the Apro , Culture 360 and Hub City for Asian Culture’s project, Culture Asia and Runthru Dance Magazine. Vanini is a grant recipient of the Asian Cultural Council (2009 & 2014), Japan Foundation (2008 and 2009) and a fellow of International Society for the Performing Arts (2009, 2012). She received academic training in theatre arts, art history, European cultural policy and management. She served as the General Manager for the inaugural Singapore International Jazz Festival 2014, as well as Dance MNL The Philippine Dance Biennial 2016. Vanini is currently the Assistant Director (Programmes) at the National Gallery Singapore.
FRIDAY, 6 NOVEMBER 2015 Měšťanská Beseda, Plzeň AUDIENCES AND EDUCATION BEYOND EUROPE Introduction & Moderation: Siebe Weide - General Director, Netherlands Museums Association The role of education in US museums and the "Magnetic Museums' Initiative" Madeline Vadkerty - American Alliance of Museums, USA Pioneering museums in the educational sector in Ibero-America: Premio Educación Clara Camacho - Ibermuseos Training museum educators in Asia and Europe Fionnuala Croke - Chair, ASEMUS - Asia Europe Museum Network David Vuillaume - Chairman NEMO
국립현대미술관은 2020년 6월 22일 코로나19의 전세계적 유행이라는 전례 없는 상황 속에서 미술관의 역할을 모색하고자 미술계 전문가들을 초대하여 온라인 좌담회를 개최하였습니다. 본 좌담회에서는 -코로나19로 인해 미술관이 겪을 인적, 물적, 기능적 변화 -디지털 미술관으로의 전환과 미술관이 갖는 물리적 장소성의 의미 등에 대한 심도 깊은 토론이 이루어졌습니다. 앞으로도 국립현대미술관은 코로나19가 가져온 새로운 미래에 미술관의 역할에 대해 고민하는 다양한 프로그램들을 지속적으로 개최할 예정입니다. The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA) held an online seminar “Roundtable: Museums in the Time of Pandemic” on June 22, 2020. The roundtable gathered experts to explore the role of museums during this unprecedented crisis caused by the global pandemic. The discussion includes - Challenges that museums are facing due to COVID-19 - Paradigm shift toward digital museums and museums as physical spaces and platforms The MMCA will continue to plan and offer various public programs dealing with the future of museums in the COVID-19 and post-COVID era. #국립현대미술관 #국립현대미술관좌담회 #코로나시대좌담회 #MMCA #MMCARoundtable #MMCAwebinar #coronaviruswebinar
2021 marks 25 years of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM). On this occasion, a special virtual celebration was organised by the European Union together with the Centre for Fine Arts-Brussels (BOZAR) and the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF). The event featured the launch of the digital exhibition, ‘A Passage to Asia: 25 Centuries of Exchange between Asia and Europe’ (🤍 and a dialogue forum on “State of play, perspectives and new forms of cooperation between Asian and European museums”. The forum brought together museum representatives and curators from Asia and Europe, who shared their experiences of the impact of the pandemic on their practice, the changes adopted by their institutions to address the ‘new normal’ and reflected on the future of cooperation between museums and cultural institutions in the future. This event was organised with the support of the European Union (EU) through the Partnership Instrument. This video was produced with the support of the European Union (EU) through the Partnership Instrument. #ASEM #ASEMDay #CulturesConnect
Museum inFocus วงสนทนาบทใหม่ของคนทำงานพิพิธภัณฑ์ T h u r s d a y T a l k ณ ห้องคลังความรู้ ชั้น 2 อาคารสำนักงาน มิวเซียมสยาม 25 กุมภาพันธ์ 2559 เวลา 13.00-16.00 น. How to start a MUSEUM? แบ่งปันประสบการณ์ตั้งแต่แรกสร้าง 'พิพิธภัณฑ์บ้านฮอลันดา' จนถึงปัจจุบัน คุณหทัยรัตน์ มณเฑียร กรรมการมูลนิธิบ้านฮอลันดา นักพิพิธภัณฑ์และผู้เชี่ยวชาญด้านการออกแบบพิพิธภัณฑ์ วงสนทนานี้เป็นซีรีย์การบรรยาย 10 ครั้ง 10 ประเด็น คลิปที่ท่านชมอยู่นี้เป็นการบรรยาย ครั้งที่ 4 (ความยาวทั้งหมด 2.37 ชั่วโมง)
This webinar explores why museums gather in networks and their impact. Benefits and challenges of organisational museum networks are explored by considering examples from the field. Further, it offers some practical guidelines on how to set up and coordinate such networks, especially when it comes to international collaboration. Networks are not a new phenomenon but are at the core of societal constitution. However, the notion appears more adequate nowadays than ever. Social networks are considered to be one of the most appropriate organisational forms of the 21st century given their flexible, adaptable, non-hierarchical and open character. In a world of disorder and uncertainty, they offer the opportunity to combine efforts, quickly connect people and knowledge and provide orientation, although they often struggle to sustain continuity. Anna Steinkamp Since 2017, Anna works as an independent consultant in international cultural cooperation and project management. She specialises on strategies for networks of culture cooperation and offer strategic consultancy for actors in the field of international cooperation. Further, Anna facilitates international projects and advise on how to effectively and sustainably implement complex projects in the public sector. Previously, she has worked for the German Commission for UNESCO for over ten years within the Division of Culture. During that time, she was co-founder and executive coordinator of the global U40 Network “Cultural Diversity 2030 of young experts. In 2014/15, Anna headed the task force of the 2015 UNESCO World Heritage Committee session in Bonn, Germany. Anna hold Masters in Public Policy and in Cultural Sciences and conducted research on network governance since 2013. The comments in the webinar are hidden to protect the identity of the participants. Thank you for watching! NEMO is the Network of European Museum Organisations, founded in 1992 NEMO represents more than 30.000 museums in Europe! 🤍ne-mo.org office🤍ne-mo.org Find NEMO on Facebook: 🤍NEMOoffice Twitter: 🤍NEMOoffice LinkedIn: 🤍linkedin.com/company/nemooffice
The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) promotes understanding, strengthens relationships and facilitates cooperation among the people and institutions of Asia and Europe. 🤍asef.org ASEF enhances dialogue, enables exchanges and encourages collaboration across the thematic areas of governance, economy, sustainable development, public health, culture, and education. Founded in 1997, ASEF is a not-for-profit, intergovernmental organisation located in Singapore. It is the only permanently established institution of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM). 🤍aseminfoboard.com Together with about 700 partner organisations ASEF has run more than 600 projects, mainly conferences, seminars and workshops. Over 17,000 Asians and Europeans have participated in its activities and it has reached wider audiences through networks and web-portals, exhibitions and lectures.
#SirArielEducationalChannel #Mediaiformationliteracy #evolutionofmedia Module 2 under Media and Information Literacy. Intended for PCU Online Class Students. SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, AND SHARE :) Sources / References: Book: Media and Information Literacy (Enhancing Education through Effective Communication) Christine Marie Magpile Philippine Copyright 2016 by The Inteligente Publishing, Inc. Websites for images: By USHistory.org, adapted by Newsela staff Date Published: March 6, 2017 Prehistoric Times: Using Fire and Tools in the Stone Age Newsela.com 🤍 Tripadvisor,com Angono Petroglyphs 🤍 Neil Bowman / Alamy Stock Photo Date Taken: November 24, 2016 Prehistoric rock art, paintings on sheltered cliff face La Lindosa, Colombia - Image ID: J6K8T3 Alamy.com 🤍 Virtual Collection of Asian Masterpieces, 2013 Supported by NAVER 🤍 Countryfile.com Date Published: September 7, 2015 at 4:54 pm 🤍 Flickr.com Date Published: June 4, 2015 Sagisag Kultura 🤍 Punchphoto by Willie Lomibao Date Published: May 22, 2016 Since 1956 Sunday Punch Canao, Not a Summer Dance 🤍 Learn the History of Industrial Revolution Cambrigealert.com 🤍 GreekBoston.com C/O Brick Marketing, LLC 101 Federal Street, Suite 1900 Boston MA, 02110 United States Hero of Alexandria Invented the Steam Engine 🤍 School History Power Loom Facts & Worksheets 🤍 🤍 designhistory.org pinterest.de Koenig’s Steam Press 🤍 🤍 Suturi.com The Telegraph 🤍 🤍 Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia Charles Wheatsone 🤍 Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia William Edward Cooke 🤍 Contributors: Lady Ada and Toni De Cola Date Published: Jan 28, 2014 PIR Motion Sensor 🤍 William G. Wong Date Published: December 10, 2019 Microchip Delivers RISC-V Hard-Core FPGA SoCs ElectronicDesign.com 🤍 Desi_Admin Date Published: January 19, 2018 Information Age and Its Impact on Jobs around the World DesiEntrepreneurs.com 🤍 Nick Ismail Date Published: April 3, 2017 The Year of the Internet of ‘Critical’ Things 🤍 ESC Editorial Team The Real Internet Era Will be the Next 30 Years Ecommerce Strategy China 🤍 1mayamaria Date Published: April 26, 2015 Traditional Media vs. New Media 🤍 o Kenzie Finks Date Published: Feb 20, 2019 Octagon Media Traditional Media vs. New Media: Is One Better Than the Other? 🤍 Biography.com Editors A&E Television Networks Date Published: April 2, 2014 Harriet Beecher Stowe Biography The Biography.com website 🤍 the free encyclopedia Uncle Tom's Cabin 🤍 Nila Eslit Date Published: February 25, 2016, NILA ESLIT People Power, A non-violent way to attain democracy Economy and Politics 🤍 Noriel Pancho March 15, 2017
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: 🤍 00:01:45 1 History 00:01:54 1.1 Sir Hans Sloane 00:03:04 1.2 Foundation (1753) 00:04:31 1.3 Cabinet of curiosities (1753–78) 00:06:33 1.4 Indolence and energy (1778–1800) 00:08:05 1.5 Growth and change (1800–25) 00:10:54 1.6 The largest building site in Europe (1825–50) 00:12:59 1.7 Collecting from the wider world (1850–75) 00:15:08 1.8 Scholarship and legacies (1875–1900) 00:17:42 1.9 New century, new building (1900–25) 00:19:39 1.10 Disruption and reconstruction (1925–50) 00:21:35 1.11 A new public face (1950–75) 00:23:36 1.12 The Great Court emerges (1975–2000) 00:25:07 1.13 The British Museum today 00:27:59 2 Governance 00:29:24 3 Building 00:35:44 4 Departments 00:35:53 4.1 Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan 00:44:08 4.2 Department of Greece and Rome 00:52:20 4.3 Department of the Middle East 01:00:10 4.4 Department of Prints and Drawings 01:03:03 4.5 Department of Britain, Europe and Prehistory 01:17:06 4.6 Department of Asia 01:25:16 4.7 Department of Africa, Oceania and the Americas 01:32:22 4.8 Department of Coins and Medals 01:33:02 4.9 Department of Conservation and Scientific Research 01:33:41 4.10 Libraries and archives 01:34:50 5 British Museum Press 01:35:48 6 Controversy 01:38:34 6.1 Disputed items in the collection 01:39:45 7 Galleries 01:40:05 7.1 Digital and online 01:40:41 8 Notes 01:40:50 9 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: 🤍 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: 🤍 Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: 🤍 Speaking Rate: 0.9553434347114003 Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-C "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY = The British Museum, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, in the United Kingdom, is a public institution dedicated to human history, art and culture. Its permanent collection numbers some 8 million works, and is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence having been widely sourced during the era of the British Empire, and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. It is the first national public museum in the world.The British Museum was established in 1753, largely based on the collections of the Irish physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. It first opened to the public on 15 January 1759, in Montagu House, on the site of the current building. Its expansion over the following two and a half centuries was largely a result of expanding British colonisation and has resulted in the creation of several branch institutions, the first being the British Museum (Natural History) – now the Natural History Museum – in 1881. In 1973, the British Library Act 1972 detached the library department from the British Museum, but it continued to host the now separated British Library in the same Reading Room and building as the museum until 1997. The museum is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and as with all other national museums in the United Kingdom it charges no admission fee, except for loan exhibitions.Its ownership of some of its most famous objects originating in other countries is disputed and remains the subject of international controversy, most notably in the case of the Parthenon Marbles.
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: British Museum Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: 🤍 You can upload your own Wikipedia articles through: 🤍 "The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." - Socrates SUMMARY = The British Museum, located in the Bloomsbury area of London, in the United Kingdom, is a public institution dedicated to human history, art and culture. Its permanent collection numbers some 8 million works, and is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence having been widely sourced during the era of the British Empire, and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. It is the first national public museum in the world.The British Museum was established in 1753, largely based on the collections of the Irish physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. It first opened to the public on 15 January 1759, in Montagu House, on the site of the current building. Its expansion over the following two and a half centuries was largely a result of expanding British colonisation and has resulted in the creation of several branch institutions, the first being the British Museum (Natural History) – now the Natural History Museum – in 1881. In 1973, the British Library Act 1972 detached the library department from the British Museum, but it continued to host the now separated British Library in the same Reading Room and building as the museum until 1997. The museum is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and as with all other national museums in the United Kingdom it charges no admission fee, except for loan exhibitions.Its ownership of some of its most famous objects originating in other countries is disputed and remains the subject of international controversy, most notably in the case of the Parthenon Marbles.
"Qing Bei Yue": Ji《傾杯樂》· 急 (Tilted Cup Music: Quick), a short instrumental piece in the Dashi mode (Dashi diao, 大食调, equivalent to the Mixolydian mode on E) dating back to China's Tang Dynasty, as reconstructed by Bilibili user "männlichkeit," c. May 19, 2020. This piece is associated with the celebrated dancing horses of the Tang emperor Xuanzong (唐玄宗的舞马), which would end their performances by lifting a wine cup in their mouths, then tossing back their heads as if to drain its contents. Volume 28 of "Jiu Tang Shu"《旧唐书》 (The Old Book of Tang), an official history of the Tang Dynasty, includes a mention of a debut performance, during Xuanzong's reign (713-756), by thirty pairs of dancing horses, which danced to a piece entitled "Qing Bei Qu"《傾杯曲》. An archaeological discovery made in Hejia Village, Xi’an in October 1970 provided proof of the veracity of these stories of dancing horses: a Tang period gilded silver flask (now in the collection of the Shaanxi History Museum), shaped in the style of a northern nomad's leather bag, embossed with the image of a horse dancing with a cup of wine in its mouth. A photograph of this flask appears on the center of the screen in this video. The instrumentation in this recording is as follows: ● Bili (筚篥, double-reed pipe) ● Hengdi (横笛, transverse flute) ● Sheng (笙, mouth organ) ● Pipa (琵琶, pear-shaped lute) ● Fangxiang (方响, metallophone) ● Paiban (拍板, hardwood clapper) ● Jiegu (羯鼓, small hourglass-shaped drum) ● Jiaofang gu (教坊鼓, barrel drum) This reconstruction is based primarily on the version of this piece as found in "Sango Yōroku"『三五要録』, the most important and extensive collection of Tang-era scores for 4-string pipa; this collection was compiled by the Japanese nobleman Fujiwara no Moronaga (藤原師長, 1138-1192) shortly after 1177 (c. 1180), during the late Heian period (794-1185). In Japan's tradition of Tōgaku (唐楽, court music of Chinese origin), this piece is called "Keibairaku"《傾杯楽》 (けいばいらく), and its mode is called Taishiki-chō (大食調). Appearing on the left and right in this video are figures (playing 6-piece paiban and large barrel drum) from a Song Dynasty copy of "Night Revels of Han Xizai"《韩熙载夜宴图》, a famous scroll painting from the Southern Tang Dynasty (937-975) by Gu Hongzhong (顾闳中, 937-975), which depicts music-making in the setting of an elite household. The original is believed to have been painted in 970, and this copy, which is in the collection of the Palace Museum (故宫博物院), in the Forbidden City of Beijing, was made in the 12th century, during the Song Dynasty. 【古曲复原试验】倾杯乐 急（根据日本古谱《三五要录》） 大食调 倾杯乐 急 配器：筚篥 、笙 、 横笛 、琵琶 、方响 、羯鼓 、拍板 、 教坊鼓。 männlichkeit's Bilibili channel: 🤍 More information about the silver flask: 🤍 Volume 28 of "Jiu Tang Shu": 🤍
#JDCentreofArt #JDCA #MeetTheArtist #JDCAMTA Architect, BV Doshi: Interacting with Space and Time in conversation with Siddhartha & Nandita Das, Trustees, JDCA. 6pm, Saturday, 10 October 2020 JD Centre of Art 🤍jdcentreofart.org A unique art centre that is being established in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. It aims to preserve, promote, and exhibit folk, tribal, traditional, and contemporary art, all under one roof. JDCA is designed by the renowned architect B V Doshi , the only Indian recipient of the Pritzker Prize (the Nobel Prize of architecture). JD Centre of Art (JDCA) is being built on a one-acre site allotted by the Govt. of Odisha, located in Bhubaneswar, across the 2nd Cent. BC Khandagiri Caves. JDCA is a member of the International Council of Museum (ICOM), Asia-Europe Museum Network (ASEMUS) and the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC). Monthly Meet the Artist Programme 🤍 Meet the Artist (MTA) is a permanent in-house programme of JDCA, where invited artists, craft persons or scholars through their illustrated presentations create an appreciation of all forms of visual art. Since 2001, 238 such MTAs have taken place on the second Saturday of every month. Currently, our sessions are being held online. Follow us on: Website: 🤍jdcentreofart.org Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
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Ancient Philippines seems to have been a very busy international trade center, with a maritime history that goes back over 4000 years ago. How far back do you think Philippine's has been trading with China? Nephrite jade artifacts that are used as 'anting-anting' on our islands may give us a surprising answer.
The Museo ng Kaalamáng Katutubò presents Katutubo Building Solutions: How Knowing the Environment Shaped Our Local Architectures by Architect Michael "Mico" Manalo. Autochthonous building solutions draw heavily from the surrounding environment. Materials are sourced in close proximity to a settlement, and building technologies respond to its geographical location and climate. While the cultural expressions crystallized in each type of architecture may be different, commonalities exist in how these are adapted to specific environments, just as similar solutions are to be found even outside the Philippine archipelago. Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/kaalamangkatutubo Instagram: 🤍MuskkatPH Spotify: Usapin/Usapan #musKKatPH #kaalamangkatutubo
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Marian Pastor Roces talks about the contents of the book and their experience writing about it - At the launch of "A Delicate Balance: Batanes Food, Ecology and Community book written by authors Corazon Alvina and Marian Pastor Roces, held on November 9, 2016 at the Bayanihan Center in Mandaluyong. This book tells us that Batanes is more than just a weekend getaway for exquisite scenery. It also details its food as part of an intricate ecosystem involving nature and culture. And of course, its communities like the Ivatans who have preserved their lifestyle and traditions for thousands of years. See how the Ivatans continue to foster a unique relationship with nature in this beautifully illustrated book. Aside from the stories, there are also a lot of amazing photos in the book, including the cover photo, taken by renowned photographer Neal Oshima with his assistant Yohan Guache. More stories, photos and videos at WazzupPilipinas.com Video was brought to you by WazzupPilipinas.com - the multi-awarded National Blog of the Philippines voted as Top Emerging Blog of 2013, Most Outstanding Filipino Community Blog Site of 2014 and so on, plus another award this 2015 for Best in Customer Service for Filipino Community Blog Site....and a lot more awards! Featured on GNN, PTV4, UNTV and ABS-CBN, Radyo Inquirer, Radyo Uno, Radyo Agila, Radyo Ka-Tropa, Breakfast Magazine, Adobo Magazine, etc., 🤍
Across the austronesian world, communities are often divided by the official religion one formally professes. However, there remains certain shared ways of seeing the world or understanding the world that art history can help us uncover. This requires us to pay attention to formal affinities across a long span of time, and then to do the interpretive work so that we might discover what is this way of seeing the world that is different from that which informs European visuality that sometimes we take for granted. Exploring the relationship amongst the makara, the burung and the naga, we might consider them as speaking collectively of a playful attitude to plastic expression, arriving not at essences, fixing things according to a schema or an order, but recognising existence itself as a journey, made up of movements that bring about change and transformation - like the boat that conveys us from one place to another, from one world to the next - like the bird that takes flight.
“Research has shown that creating or nurturing things by hands enriches mental health and makes one happy. Tactile learning and doing such as doodling, drawing, writing, sewing, cooking and planting have been proven to enhance creativity and help support knowledge retention. In this time of pandemic, it is important that we keep our hands, minds, and bodies busy. Busy hands and busy minds deepen the soul and fire up the spirit.“ Mitzi Marie Aguilar-Reyes Facebook: 🤍facebook.com/kaalamangkatutubo Instagram: 🤍MuskkatPH Spotify: Muskkat #musKKatPH #kaalamangkatutubo