For teenagers, the social and educational activities in major museums are splendid
- 2020-12-15 15:36
Do you still remember the impressive scene of the opening ceremony of the Expo where the small volunteers of the museum cut the ribbon together with the guests?
On the stage of the youth high-spirited, so in the "Bo Expo" exhibition hall, the youth will have what kind of performance? Many museums have launched a variety of social and educational activities in this Expo, taking the initiative to shoulder the great responsibility of youth education. This move, has also obtained the broad recognition of the audience, the number of participants in the event, the scene of the hot breathtaking. Next, follow the footsteps of xiaobian to have a look at the site of the "Bo Expo" what social education activities and the performance of young people in the activities!
Start work piece
Many museums offered hands-on courses and experience activities, which were warmly received by the audience. For example, the Palace Museum offered courses on building wooden lanterns, DIY enamel color, painting mounting, etc. As soon as the pavilion of the Expo opened, all the seats for the experience courses were sold out. Many children and teenagers also participated in the courses.
In addition, the National Museum of Classical Books and other museums have rubbing experience activities; The Museum of Chinese Characters opens an activity of ancient Chinese painting and writing. Shandong Museum offers bamboo writing experience course; Jingdezhen Ceramic Museum offers the experience course of handwork blank making. Guangdong Museum offers cultural Relics jigsaw experience activities... Such hands-on experience courses and activities are a good way for teenagers to get in touch with history and culture. In the experience of these activities, they can pick up a lot of traditional Chinese culture that has been gradually ignored, which is loved by many teenagers.
The popular science article
Museums play an important role in social education for the public. With the development of mobile terminal devices, the means and equipment of museum science education are constantly updated.
The National Museum of China has set up a special iPad public education area, so that visitors can check all kinds of information here at any time. The exhibition area of the Palace Museum has an oversized electronic screen wall to show the cultural charm of the Palace Museum to the audience, especially those who have never been to the Palace Museum in Beijing. This electronic screen wall attracts a large number of visitors to stop here. About half of them are young children, providing them with a window for cultural input and cultivating their interest in cultural relics and museums.
The Shanghai Museum has also set up an electronic screen outside the exhibition area to introduce Dong Qichang and his works to the public, as well as three-dimensional pictures of animals in the exhibition hall of the Beijing Museum of Natural History. Zhengzhou Elephant Ceramic Museum has set up two publicity walls, placing dozens of collection of cultural relics detailed introduction manuals for the audience to take, so that the audience will take the museum's cultural relics knowledge home, many young children are taking the initiative to read.
The interactive piece
Museums in the future will be digital and intelligent museums. The exhibition of museums and enterprises in this Expo fully reflects this concept and adopts a lot of high-tech equipment to enable the public to acquire knowledge through interactive participation.
The Palace Museum has created a "baby Magic Wall" that allows visitors to touch objects and flip them around to see their details. There is a VR experience area in Nantong Museum of Natural History. Visitors can wear VR glasses and use the remote control to get the feeling of visiting Nantong Museum of Natural History. The six-freedom simulator in the exhibition hall of Shanghai Museum attracts a large number of teenagers. Sitting in this simulator, they can play a treasure hunt game. All the treasures dug out in the game are cultural relics, so that teenagers can acquire cultural relic knowledge in the game. There is a simulated archery game in the exhibition hall of Shandong Museum, where many spectators gather to experience the game. Linyi Tianze Wood Culture Museum exhibits the world's heaviest wood and the world's lightest wood, allowing visitors to experience the weight of wood. Bingxin Literature Museum has a special sand painting experience platform accessible to children. Many children gather here to experience the charm of sand painting creation.
The new era provides more new platforms and opportunities for young people, and also puts forward more new requirements and responsibilities for young people. Young people in museums are the continuers of the inheritance of civilization, the promoters of the change of The Times and the practitioners of cultural innovation. As the main force in the future of our country, young people can be seen everywhere in this China Museum and related products and technology Expo. In the process of participating in the activities, they also fully show their personal style.