"Museum Cuisine 4.0: a museum named after..."
The workshop "Museum Cuisine 4.0: The Museum of..." is devoted to the controversial issues of presentation of memorial collections, understanding them as "messages of material communication".
In every corner of our vast country there are outstanding people who are proud of them, who are told about by their fellow countrymen. Historical figures, scientists, writers, and artists - exhibitions, exhibitions, and sometimes even entire museums are dedicated to them. Over several decades, a distinctive type of such exhibitions has developed, built in the logic of a standard biography (life - activity - contribution to history), the story about these people lacks genuine relevance, contagiousness and emotional appeal.
The seminar will consider modern approaches and scenarios for the construction of a biographical story, methods of working with memorial objects, methods and ways of their exhibition presentation. The material for the practical part of the seminar will be biographies of prominent people important for the history of Khabarovsk Krai and the Far East in general. Lectures and expert interviews, workshops and trainings, analytical analysis of the best museum solutions and individual consultations will be the formats of work.
Museum Kitchen will be held from September 22 to 29.
Seminar moderator: Leonid Yuryevich Kopylov (St. Petersburg) - museum expert, senior researcher of the Museum Agency of the Leningrad region. Leading museum experts have been invited to participate in the seminar.
Events of the II Historical and Museum Forum in the Far East are held with the financial support of the Fund "History of the Fatherland" of the Russian Historical Society.
- Khabarovsk Krai Museum named after N.I. Grodekov
- Association of Museums of Khabarovsk Krai
- Branch of the Russian Historical Society in Khabarovsk Krai
- Department of National and General History, Faculty of Oriental Studies and History, Pedagogical Institute, Pacific State University