• Subiect: The summer of 1905 was "different" than any other for the Transylvanians. In that summer the Museum ASOCIAŢIUNI (Associa-tions) was opened in Sibiu. The Romanians from Transylvania built this museum to serve their cultural need, and to affirm their creator potential and their will, built the museum. For the opening a series of shows and an ethnographical and cultural-historical exhibition were organised. The exhibition was a complete success, with nine thousand exhibits and two rebuilt places - a sheep hold and a mine. The shows went beyond all that happened until those days, from traditional to cultured performance, but keeping the most authentic folk vein. The opening took place on the 19th of August 1905, and it was a remarkable event. The president of Associations, in the premiere speech, underlined the importance for Romanians under the government of the Austro-Hungarian Empire to have a cultural centre. A lot of people from different parts of Transylvania arrived in Sibiu in surprising numbers, beyond the organisers' expectations. The "throng" at the Museum gates and at the place where the shows were performed was the most wonderful "living picture" that can reveal their claiming attitude, that those shows and the museurn were theirs, not only as visitors, but also as co-organisers. They donated most of the things, their own exceptional creations.
  • Limba de redactare: română
  • Secţiunea: Istoria muzeografiei
  • Vezi publicația: Revista Muzeelor
  • Editura: Centrul pentru Formare, Educare Permanentă şi Management în Domeniul Culturii
  • Loc publicare: Bucureşti
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2003
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: nr. în TOM: 1-2; anul 2003
  • Paginaţia: 98-102
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