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National Culture Day, 2022 edition

Press release

 

Buzau County Museum, a cultural and research institution operating under the authority Buzau County Council, based in Buzau, Chestnut Alley, no. 1, Buzău County, organizes, Saturday, January 15, a set of dedicated cultural activities National Culture Day. The program includes the annual press conference, book launch and two openings.

The program of cultural activities is as follows:

  • 11.00 - Press conference, Buzău County Museum headquarters, et. II, room 13. The balance of the cultural, educational, scientific and administrative activity of the museum in 2021 and the presentation of the cultural, scientific and educational offer for 2022.
  • 11:30 a.m. - Launch of science and popularization book:
    • "Annals of Buzău", no. XIII / 2021, a scientific journal of the Buzău County Museum that mainly capitalizes on the historical research of the museographers of our institution and of other specialists in the country.
    • "Valea Călmățuiului in the Neo-Eneolithic", author Dr. Daniel Garvăn, archaeologist / museographer at the Buzău County Museum. The volume represents the most complex scientific approach regarding the evolution of human habitation on the Călmățui Valley, during the 6th - 5th millennia BC. HR. The work also includes an exhaustive catalog of archaeological discoveries, as well as the archaeological repertoire.
    • „Restoration Catalog. Cultural heritage. The second life ”, no. 2/2021 presents the results of the activity of restorers, based on knowledge of materials, techniques and principles of scientific restoration. The publication brings together restoration works carried out by specialists from our institution and from 12 other Romanian museums. Images from the restoration are presented, which give the public an overview of the road traveled by cultural goods from museum warehouses to exhibitions.
    • Funny Quarantine, the catalog illustrates the cultural-educational project #funnyquarantine implemented by the Buzău County Museum between April 10 and June 2, 2020, when the institution suspended, due to the COVID -19 pandemic, visiting exhibitions as well as other activities with the public.
  • 12:00 - opening of the basic exhibition "The Gates of Bradu Monastery". Over 240 years old, the massive wooden gates have undergone an extensive restoration process in the Zonal Restoration Laboratory at the National Museum of Bukovina, Suceava. The exhibition is arranged on the first floor of the Buzău County Museum. The exhibition project is an exceptional one, unique for this exhibition.
  • 12:30 - opening of the exhibition "Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Buzau County". The exhibition concept, now in its fourth edition, aims to capitalize on the latest artifacts in our museum's heritage, through systematic archaeological research, rescue and / or archaeological surveillance, in 2021. These are on display to the public for the first time. The exhibition can be visited until January 2023.

The activities dedicated to the National Culture Day can be viewed live on the Facebook page of the Buzău County Museum.

Public access is allowed from 13:00, in compliance with current health regulations.

On the day of the event, access to all museum venues and exhibitions is free.

 

We look forward to seeing you at the museum!

 

 

Manager

Dr. Daniel Costache

Buzau County Museum

Buzau County Museum is the main museum institution in Buzau County. Its foundations were laid by Basil Iorgulescu and the development of the collections led to several stages of expansion. The current headquarters is the third. From 1977 until now it is housed in the building of the former Girls' School. The building, built between 1931 and 1937, is included in the list of historical monuments, being one of the most imposing buildings in the city.

The permanent exhibitions were opened here in 1980-1981, being subsequently modified and updated in 1986, 1990, 1999-2001, 2004, 2015-2017. The newest project was implemented after the complete restoration of the building (carried out in the period 2010-2015, based on the financing of 36,906,590 lei / 8,201,464 Euros offered through the Regional Operational Program 2007-2013).

In the 1980s and 1990s, the museum's collections became substantially richer as a result of archaeological research, acquisitions, and donations. In addition to the consistent collections of history and archeology, the museum's fund has grown steadily, enriching itself with valuable goods ethnographical, artist, numismatics and in the field of mineralogy and al natural sciences.

Under the auspices of the institution, a series of books were published ("Mousaios Library"), 2 annual scientific bulletins ("Mousaios" and "Annals of the Buzău”), Catalogs and monographs, fruit of the scientific research activity carried out within the museum institution.

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