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    National Museum Of Prehistory...
    出版日期:2023-05-31
    ISBN:9789865328375
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    內容簡介
    The NMP 2020 - 2022 Annual Report has taken a different approach when it comes to content editing this time around. Only key pieces of data have been shared in the main text, while the remaining statistics are attached as an appendix. To capture the day-to-day work of NMP staff, a first-person point-of-view has been adopted in the descriptive writing and a large number of pictures have been included in these sections. All these stylistic changes have been carried out to produce a report that is accessible and readable to a lay reader
    作者介紹
    Huan-Tzu Yang (Chief Editor)
    Secretary-General and Director of the Secretariat of the National Museum of Prehistoric Culture
    The National Museum of Prehistory (NMP) was established in 1980 in response to the discovery of the Peinan Site during the construction of the South-Link Line. After years of planning and construction, NMP was officially opened in 2002. Before the museum temporarily closed its doors to the public in June 2020 for its Space Renewal Project, which serves to rejuvenate both the museum's architectural space and permanent exhibitions, NMP has served more than 7.5 million visitors in the 18 years since its opening. During the Space Renewal Project, NMP has taken time to reflect on the changes in Taiwanese society as well as the academic circle, so that the museum could reposition itself and chart a course for its future development. In service of this objective, major changes have been made to NMP's architecture and landscape to create new routes in the museum's public service areas for museum visitors to enjoy. Additionally, the structure and content of permanent exhibitions will also be almost entirely brand-new. In this vein, the NMP 2020 -2022 Annual Report can be seen as a chronicle of the museum's transformation and rebirth.
    目次

    1 Message from the Director 4
    2 Space Renewal Project 6
    .Renewal of Main Museum 6
    .Cultural Accessibility: Building a Friendly Environment 26
    .Disaster Prevention Drills 28
    3 Updating the Permanent Exhibitions and Venues 30
    .Taiwan Prehistory Hall 32
    .Austronesian Worlds, Worldly Austronesias : Austronesian Hall 34
    .Taiwan Natural History Hall 36
    .Exploration Center 37
    4 Preparing for the Makeover 38
    .Object Deinstallation 40
    .Welcome to the Heart of the Museum 42
    .Collection Management Team 46
    .Tour of the Collection Storage 48
    .Research Equipment and Digital Resources 51
    .Openness and Application–Sharing of Digital Resources 53
    5 Keeping the Museum Energized During the Upgrading Work 54
    .Peinan Site Park 56
    Tranquility and History – New Aesthetics for the Peinan Site Park 56
    Expansion of Peinan Site Park’s Capacity for Exhibitions and Public Service 58
    Heart of Taitung – A Salon for Everyone 60
    Fun With Archaeology! 62
    .Museum of Archaeology, Tainan Branch of National Museum of Prehistory 64
    Conception and Birth 64
    Architectural Design 65
    Description of Exhibition Halls 68
    Artifact Collection and Secret Rooms 72
    A Local Take on Public Education 74
    6 Special Exhibitions and Events 78
    .Time × Space: Their Names Engraved Herein 80
    .The Taiwan Indigenous Youth Arts Festival Continues to Astound During the Pandemic 81
    .Co-creation Through Exhibitions–Creating Memories for Indigenous 82
    Communities and Building Long-Term Memories for Posterity
    .Movement of energy and rendezvous with local communities–Eastern Taiwan Indigenous Museums Collaborative Project 83
    .First Wave–Stunning Visuals and Videos to Entice your senses 84
    .Interdisciplinary Education × Popular Science: NMP as a Place Where Families Learn Together, Through Creative Work From Taiwanese Artists 85
    .Environmental Education Does Not Stop Even During Museum Closure and the Pandemic 86
    .Bringing Archaeology Into Schools–Inspiring Young Minds Through Campus Workshops 87
    .Cultural Themed Paths–Acquiring In-depth knowledge of Taiwan 88
    .Growing Together With Local Residents, Advancing the Community’s Pursuit of Knowledge The urgency 89