Comorile Bucovinei prezentate la Muzeul Brukenthal

Comorile Bucovinei prezentate la Muzeul Brukenthal

A cincea expoziție, din cadrul proiectului expozițional „Colecții Private și muzee din România”, este realizată în parteneriat cu Muzeul Bucovinei.

Panourile foto-documentare descriu istoria Muzeului din Suceava începând cu primele societăți muzeale din Bucovina apărute în a doua parte a secolului al XIX-lea. În continuare este prezentată evoluția Muzeului de la înființare și până în perioada contemporană, relevante fiind mențiunile despre munca muzeografilor precum și activitățile curente întreprinse de muzeu în diverse etape ale existenței sale.

Expoziţia: Muzeul Bucovinei Suceava: un secol în slujba patrimoniului

Locul de desfăşurare: Palatul Brukenthal, Cabinetul de Cartografie

Durata: 7.12.2016 – 8.01.2017

Curator: Dr. Alexandru Nicolaescu

Partener: Muzeul Bucovinei (Dr. Monica Dejan, Iuliana Roşca)

Expoziţia este parte din proiectul: „Colecții Private și muzee din România”

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Caseywouth @ 23/09/2017, 23:27
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Janaye @ 23/03/2017, 23:47
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