Examples of Good Practices in the Field of Museology. Case Study â€“ ASTRA Museum
Astrid Isabela Bogdan ()
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Astrid Isabela Bogdan: University of Architecture and Urbanism, "Ion Mincu"
No 037AB, Working papers from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies
From the nomadic to the sedentary people, human communities have always wanted to make unique elements, specific to their identity, although they often received major influences from other neighbouring or most powerful communities. For example, archaeology reveals the identical geometrical elements found on ceramic vessels in peoples that were at some distance in time to each other or even geographically. Thus, we can see that not all elements of a civilization are authentic and that many times a motive formed by a group can become a leitmotif for many peoples. However, since ancient times, every community has tried to preserve at least one original element to help it differentiate among other peoples. In contemporary times, these elements are gradually extinguished, but there are still some places where the custom is preserved, and perhaps the most edifying example in this regard is the open air museum. Basically, this study will focus on this type of exhibition, approaching an edifying example, in this case, the ASTRA Museum in Romania, the largest open air museum in south-east Europe.
Keywords: art; museum; sustainability; vernacular architecture; tradition (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 4 pages
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Published in Proceedings of the 15th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, November 6-7, 2019, pages 272-275
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