‪Hangzhou Arts and Crafts Museum‬

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林檎 じ
177 مساهمة
بمفردك • مايو 2018
‪古い工芸品は少なめで、現代作家の作品展示が目立ちます。ただ全て超絶技巧の作品が並びます。窯業、シルクなど杭州の名産に関する工芸品が中心で展示されてます。
材料や道具や製作工程の展示柄ありますので、子供でも解る教育施設という印象です。地元の?小学生が引率されて見学に来ていました。無料ですし、郊外気味ですがバス停からすぐではあるので時間ある方はどうぞ。
武林門あたりから約20分強でした。‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 مايو 2018
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FridleyFoodie
‪Fridley‬, ‪Minnesota‬33 مساهمة
زوجان • أكتوبر 2017
‪As a longtime museum professional, I appreciated the opportunity to see master craftspeople in action. It seems there were opportunities to participate in some as well, but with limited English opportunities, it may have been difficult. The adjoining museums were also amazing. The umbrella museum was up to date in a variety of museum techniques and very interestingly done. Limited English in labels, but the main headings and objects were labeled in English. The knife, scissors,and sword museum was closed. The closed signs were all in Chinese, however, so we needed to have some translation to understand this. The reconstructed Grand Canal area was pleasant and we highly recommend this stop.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 26 أكتوبر 2017
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autumncs
سنغافورة, سنغافورة751 مساهمة
بمفردك • أغسطس 2016
‪This museum is one of the several museums in the Gongchen Bridge district along the Grand Canal. It provides a public space for arts and crafts masters to demonstrate their skills and also showcases the history of various craft-making techniques in China. The museum occupies the former site of Honglei Silk Weaving Factory and is a good example of how an old industrial district is regenerated into a vibrant cultural and educational district. Next door, you can find the interesting China Umbrella Museum and the China Knives, Swords and Scissors Museum. All these museums have free admission and air-conditioning, and are children-friendly.

The 1st floor of the museum houses a hall for temporary exhibitions (there was nothing going on when I was there). The 2nd floor houses a number of masters studios, where craft-making masters demonstrate their skills. You can learn umbrella-making, fan-making, pottery, silk-weaving, wood-carving, etc. The 3rd floor houses the permanent exhibition "Hangzhou Arts ad Crafts Materials", showcasing the history and techniques in 6 areas - sculpture, ceramic, embroidery, weaving, metal arts and crafts, and other folk arts and crafts. The 4th floor houses a children activity centre with classrooms and seminar rooms for craft-making lessons (pre-registration required).

When you are done with this museum, you can visit the other museums in the vicinity or explore the charming heritage district around the elegant Gongchen Bridge and the Grand Canal (UNESCO world heritage site). The numerous museums and heritage streets in the vicinity, as well as the Grand Canal Museum and shopping malls across the bridge, can easily take you one whole day.

To reach the museum, take a ferry from Wulinmen pier (north of Wulin Square metro station) to Gongchenqiao pier. (Operation: between 7am and 6pm, Frequency: 25-30 minutes, Price: 3 yuan) From the pier, cross the bridge to the historical west district, turn left and walk parallel to the canal (through the heritage street), and follow the signs to the umbrella museum and the knives, swords and scissors museum. The Arts and Crafts Museum is on the other side of the foyer of the umbrella museum.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 أغسطس 2016
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Alexandra L
Petaling Jaya, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia134 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • مايو 2015
‪Transport: Bus 591, get down 运河广场. Walk across the plaza or park, take water transport @ 拱宸桥 RMB 3, get down at 信义坊 stop. U can find water transport schedule from my other review.

The hall is not very big. Inside here u can find master has live demo of crafting a teapot, process of making fan...umbrella, or even blacksmith demonstrating scissors making. Some of them provide classes to public how to make a leather bag or even a fan.

TIPS:
1) Always go back to the same drop down port if u want to take water bus to return to where u come from. We have been misleading by the locals as most of them take land transport only.
2) All the restaurants has a long break from 2pm to 5pm. Beware of this.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 يونيو 2015
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RoseT611
لندن, UK24 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • أبريل 2014
‪We went to the umbrella museum today - it might not sound the most thrilling of stops on your tour, but be open minded. The museums (Knife and Sword, Fan and Umbrella) have all been recently renovated and present state of the art displays of their relative specialities. They are individually quick enough to walk through and we did enjoy seeing a variety of beautifully painted umbrellas - the highlight for us in the museums was the museum shop, where very sturdy and attractive umbrellas are on sale for very little. Our main problem is going to be getting them all home. The best thing about the complex really is the arts and crafts centre where you can daily observe local traditional craftspeople working on their creations and see the finished products exhibited. There seem to be options for classes in some of the skills but it was closing time by the time we figured that out - if we had longer I would definitely go back to try that out.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 أبريل 2014
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