National Central University Kunqu Opera Museum business promotion and research development plan

Project Details


The following projects are planned for this year:1. Collection research project: Promote the registration of tangible cultural assets of cultural relics in Kunqu Opera Museum:The Kunqu Opera Museum’s collection of cultural relics is classified in accordance with Article 3 of the Cultural Resources Law and Article 7 of the Implementation Rules, including "Calligraphy", "Painting", "Weaving and Embroidery" in "Art Works", and "Books, Documents and Audiovisual Materials". Traditional knowledge, skills, arts, rituals", "manuscripts, handwritings, letters, diaries of celebrities or famous artists", mostly from the late Qing Dynasty to the early Republic of China, such as Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, Suzhou, literati, scholars, and Kunqu opera masters The works of theatrical troupe actors are the epitome of modern Kunqu opera history. In addition, before 1949, the Kunqu opera in Taiwan’s Beiguan and 13 tunes, as well as the cultural relics, instruments and musical instruments of Taiwan’s Kunqu opera friends who came to Taiwan after 1949, were also precious cultural relics in Taiwan’s Kunqu opera activities for more than 100 years. memory. Before the Kunqu Opera Museum was established in 2017, these cultural relics were placed in the research room compartment, which was not conducive to the preservation of cultural relics. This phase of the project aims to organize and study the collection of cultural relics, and implement the registration of cultural assets, in order to help the sustainable management of cultural relics through the authentication of cultural assets. In this phase of the project, the following two types of cultural relics will be preliminarily studied and reported for the registration of cultural assets:(1). There are 326 manuscripts of Kunqu opera by Shen Yuequan and Shen Chuanzhi in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China.(2) A set of three pieces of Suzhou Embroidery Hall in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China.2. "Traditional Performing Arts and Museums" Talent Cultivation and Resource Sharing ProjectWe found that because traditional performing arts are part of Taiwan’s social culture, they are still closely related to ordinary people’s lives. The curatorial exhibitions related to Taiwan’s history, fine arts, and religion may more or less touch traditional performing arts, but due to curation Different majors. Viewing the same cultural relics from different professional perspectives will also have different discourses due to different knowledge backgrounds. For the needs of curatorial exhibitions, the Kunqu Opera Museum hopes to promote the knowledge of "traditional performing arts" in different curatorial fields. Platform. This project is expected to integrate "research", "curatorial needs", "talent cultivation", and "resource sharing", and plan workshops and educational videos based on the above research. There are two specific targets for "talent cultivation" and "resource sharing":(1) "Traditional Performing Arts and Museums" Workshop: It is expected that the two themes of "Embroidery and Costumes" and "Manuscripts" will enhance the background of museum practitioners on "Traditional Performing Arts" and "Cultural Relics" Knowledge, and shoot videos to establish a curatorial knowledge exchange platform.(2) The production of the traditional performing arts cultural relics knowledge video: Under the theme of the workshop, it is expected to produce "embroidery and costumes" and "manuscripts". The focus of the film is to explain the inner nature of "traditional performing arts" and "cultural relics" Associate context.
Effective start/end date1/01/225/12/22


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