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“我的家在紫禁城”教育展

展览时间 2017.07.18-2017.10.18

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欢迎来到康熙皇帝出生的景仁宫参观“我的家在紫禁城”展览。这次我们把景仁宫当作一件可以走进去的巨大展品,希望让观众能轻鬆地了解这座明清两代的宫院,在分享故宫文化内涵、建筑艺术、人物故事中,加深对故宫文化艺术的感情和兴趣。

紫禁城宫殿,在过去除非是得到皇帝的批淮,否则不得进入。今天,作为向公众开放的博物院,我们也想把那些曾经在宫中生活的人、发生的故事,讲给大家听。博物院所在的紫禁城,本身就是一件大宝物,承载着明、清两个朝代,至今已近六百年的岁月,已经成为一个民族甚至全世界都珍重的文化遗产,这一切,都在这座永恒的皇宫裡。

展览以“我的家在紫禁城”为题,由展板、立体模型及多媒体影片构成,希望呈现一场活泼的、具现代感的展览;希望通过这个展览与大家分享一些中国传统文化知识,使大家更加了解紫禁城,了解中国文化和自然的密切联繫。今年是赵广超先生及其工作室与故宫博物院合作的第十年,此次展览同时展示历年来的出版、教育、展览、多媒体及文创的成果,包括故宫博物院与香港特区政府康文署合作的在港展览中的多媒体展示内容。

感谢故宫博物院、香港特别行政区康乐及文化事务署对展览的大力支持,展览顺利举办,离不开故宫展览部、故宫出版社、故宫文化研发小组、设计及文化研究工作室的共同努力。

最后,“我的家在紫禁城”欢迎您!

Welcome and thank you for visiting the “We All Live in the Forbidden City” Exhibition held at the Palace of Great Benevolence (Jingren Gong), the birthplace of Emperor Kangxi. With the palace reimagined as one giant installation, this exhibition will take visitors on a fun-filled tour through the imperial residence of the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties, which offers fascinating glimpses into its cultural significance, architectural marvels, and anecdotes of their celebrated residents as a way to encourage a deeper interest in and appreciation of its art and culture.

The Forbidden City, as the original name indicates, was off-limits to commoners in the olden days unless they were granted permission by the emperors. Now transformed into a treasure trove open to the public, The Palace Museum comes with its share of fascinating stories and characters which you are invited to partake of in this exhibition. The Palace Museum is an enormous treasure that has preserved the nearly 600 years of history dating from the Ming and Qing dynasties. Our precious heritage and collective memories, dearly cherished by us as a nation and even the world, are safeguarded for posterity in this former imperial palace.

Centered on the theme of “We All Live in the Forbidden City”, the contents of the exhibition are displayed on illustrated display panels, 3-D models and multimedia videos, all designed to bring an imaginative and fun museum experience with a modern twist for all. Through this sharing of knowledge of traditional Chinese culture, it is our hope that this exhibition will open a window to better understanding the Forbidden City, and the integral ties between Chinese culture and nature. This year marks the 10th year of partnership between Chiu Kwong-chiu and his Design and Cultural Studies Workshop (CnC) with The Palace Museum. This exhibition is a showcase of a decade of collaborative efforts on publications, education programs, exhibitions, multimedia and literary initiatives. Of particular interest to visitors of The Palace Museum here in Beijing will be the multimedia contents and animations of recent exhibitions jointly organized by The Palace Museum and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) of the HKSAR Government.

This exhibition would not have come to fruition without the generous support of The Palace Museum and the LCSD of the Hong Kong SAR Government, as well as the combined efforts of the Exhibition Department of The Palace Museum, The Palace Museum Publishing House, the Division of Cultural Research and Development of the Forbidden City and the CnC.

It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to “We All Live in the Forbidden City”!
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欢迎来到康熙皇帝出生的景仁宫参观“我的家在紫禁城”展览。这次我们把景仁宫当作一件可以走进去的巨大展品,希望让观众能轻鬆地了解这座明清两代的宫院,在分享故宫文化内涵、建筑艺术、人物故事中,加深对故宫文化艺术的感情和兴趣。

紫禁城宫殿,在过去除非是得到皇帝的批淮,否则不得进入。今天,作为向公众开放的博物院,我们也想把那些曾经在宫中生活的人、发生的故事,讲给大家听。博物院所在的紫禁城,本身就是一件大宝物,承载着明、清两个朝代,至今已近六百年的岁月,已经成为一个民族甚至全世界都珍重的文化遗产,这一切,都在这座永恒的皇宫裡。

展览以“我的家在紫禁城”为题,由展板、立体模型及多媒体影片构成,希望呈现一场活泼的、具现代感的展览;希望通过这个展览与大家分享一些中国传统文化知识,使大家更加了解紫禁城,了解中国文化和自然的密切联繫。今年是赵广超先生及其工作室与故宫博物院合作的第十年,此次展览同时展示历年来的出版、教育、展览、多媒体及文创的成果,包括故宫博物院与香港特区政府康文署合作的在港展览中的多媒体展示内容。

感谢故宫博物院、香港特别行政区康乐及文化事务署对展览的大力支持,展览顺利举办,离不开故宫展览部、故宫出版社、故宫文化研发小组、设计及文化研究工作室的共同努力。

最后,“我的家在紫禁城”欢迎您!

Welcome and thank you for visiting the “We All Live in the Forbidden City” Exhibition held at the Palace of Great Benevolence (Jingren Gong), the birthplace of Emperor Kangxi. With the palace reimagined as one giant installation, this exhibition will take visitors on a fun-filled tour through the imperial residence of the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties, which offers fascinating glimpses into its cultural significance, architectural marvels, and anecdotes of their celebrated residents as a way to encourage a deeper interest in and appreciation of its art and culture.

The Forbidden City, as the original name indicates, was off-limits to commoners in the olden days unless they were granted permission by the emperors. Now transformed into a treasure trove open to the public, The Palace Museum comes with its share of fascinating stories and characters which you are invited to partake of in this exhibition. The Palace Museum is an enormous treasure that has preserved the nearly 600 years of history dating from the Ming and Qing dynasties. Our precious heritage and collective memories, dearly cherished by us as a nation and even the world, are safeguarded for posterity in this former imperial palace.

Centered on the theme of “We All Live in the Forbidden City”, the contents of the exhibition are displayed on illustrated display panels, 3-D models and multimedia videos, all designed to bring an imaginative and fun museum experience with a modern twist for all. Through this sharing of knowledge of traditional Chinese culture, it is our hope that this exhibition will open a window to better understanding the Forbidden City, and the integral ties between Chinese culture and nature. This year marks the 10th year of partnership between Chiu Kwong-chiu and his Design and Cultural Studies Workshop (CnC) with The Palace Museum. This exhibition is a showcase of a decade of collaborative efforts on publications, education programs, exhibitions, multimedia and literary initiatives. Of particular interest to visitors of The Palace Museum here in Beijing will be the multimedia contents and animations of recent exhibitions jointly organized by The Palace Museum and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) of the HKSAR Government.

This exhibition would not have come to fruition without the generous support of The Palace Museum and the LCSD of the Hong Kong SAR Government, as well as the combined efforts of the Exhibition Department of The Palace Museum, The Palace Museum Publishing House, the Division of Cultural Research and Development of the Forbidden City and the CnC.

It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to “We All Live in the Forbidden City”!
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