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Solemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of Moldova

20 December 2013

December 21, 2013 marked the 30th anniversary of the founding of the National Museum of History of Moldova. On this occasion, Friday, December 20, there were organized a series of festive events.

A solemn assembly was attended by the members of current staff of the National Museum of History of Moldova and former museum employees, who devoted their careers to this institution, as well as colleagues from the National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History, National Museum of Arts, A.S. Pushkin's House-Museum, Museum of History and Ethnography from Balti, Museum of History and Ethnography from Criuleni, Museum of History and Regional Studies from  Edinet, and Alexe Mateevici‘s House-Museum from Zaim - Causeni. Among the guests of honor there were the representatives of the Ministry of Culture, Academy of Sciences of Moldova, State University of Moldova, "Stefan cel Mare" Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, „Mihai Eminescu" Romanian Cultural Institute, and friends of the museum - Galina Cobirman, Maria Paraschiv, Ala Barladeanu and Silviu Tabac.

Solemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of Moldova

The festive meeting was opened by Dr. hab. Eugen Sava, the director of the National Museum of History of Moldova, who has presented aspects of the history and activity of the institution. This was followed by greetings and congratulations from Deputy Minister of Culture Gheorghe Postică, Head of the Department of Humanities and Arts of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova Aurelian Danila, the first director of the National Museum of History of Moldova Nicolae Raileanu, director of the National Museum of Ethnography and Natural History Mihai Ursu, director of the National Museum of Arts Tudor Zbarnea, dean of the History and Philosophy Department of the State University of Moldova Ion Gumenii, and vice rector of the "Stefan cel Mare" Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Iurie Lari.

Solemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of MoldovaSolemn assembly dedicated to the anniversary of the National Museum of History of Moldova

Festive meeting ended with a musical performance entitled "We Came Caroling" organized by Viorica Florea and Elena Prutean from the Aesthetic Education Center "Lastarel". Participants at the event there were the Boys Choir "Academia Campanelli" (conductor Elena Gulpac, concertmaster Iuliana Cliofas), folklore ensemble of the "Spiru Haret" High School and the "Iedera" Folklore Studio of the Center for Children and Youth "ARTICO" (artistic director Valentina Osoianu), and the  folk group "Haiducii" of the "Hiperion" High School (artistic director Ana Relea, musical director Aurel Sîrghi).

The trilateral meeting of ICOM Romania, ICOM Ukraine and ICOM Moldova

20 October 2013

The trilateral meeting of ICOM Romania, ICOM Ukraine and ICOM Moldova
On 17th to 20th October 2013, ICOM Romania organized in Ploiești and Bucharest the trilateral meeting of the bureau members of National Committees of ICOM Romania, Ukraine and Moldova. ICOM Moldova was represented at the meeting by Valeria Suruceanu, ICOM president, Elena Ploșnița, ICOM secretary, Tudor Zbârnea, Alexandru Levinschi - members of ICOM Moldova Bureau. On the agenda of the meeting was also the Sympozium „Traditionalism and modernity in east-European museography". Many topics of modern museography were discussed, highlighting the need of modernizing permanent exhibitions, change of museum attitudes towards the requirements of visiting public, need of social-psychological research and implementation of marketing policies in museums.

More details can be found here.

Annual Scientific Session of the Museum

4 October 2013

On October 3rd and 4th, 2013, there was held the annual session of scientific papers of the National Museum of History of Moldova, the 23rd edition. This year, the papers were presented by researchers and museographers from universities, academic and museum institutions from our republic and from abroad: Romania, Ukraine and Russia. The program of the session contained 60 titles with a diverse thematic - museology, history, archaeology. Two publications were launched at the plenary session - no. 1 and no.2 of the museum journal Tyragetia. More details can be found here.

The 14th Numismatics Symposium

28 September 2013

On 26th and 28th September, 2013 at the National History Museum of Moldova there was held the 14th Numismatics Symposium organized in collaboration with the Institute of Archaeology „Vasile Pârvan” of the Romanian Academy from Bucharest and the Numismatic Society from the Republic of Moldova. The current edition was dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Moldavan Leu. This event was attended by numismatics specialists and collectors from Germany, Romania, Belarus, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine and Republic of Moldova. 33 papers were presented at the Symposium.

More details, but also the programme and paper abstracts can be found here.

Main sponsor of the Symposium was BC Victoriabank S.A.

Regional seminar „Contemporary museum marketing – problems and achievements”

13 September 2013

On 12th and 13th September, at the museum there was held the regional seminar „Marketing in contemporary museum - problems and achievements". The seminar was organized by the National Museum of History of Moldova in collaboration with ICOM Moldova. At the seminar participated experts, scientific researchers and museographers from Republic of Moldova, Romania and Ukraine. The seminar debuted with opening and welcome speeches by dr. hab. Eugen Sava, general director of the museum and Valeria Suruceanu, president of ICOM Moldova. The expert of the seminar was dr. Alexandra Zbuchea (Romania) which presented a radiography of East-European museum marketing. The presented papers focused on original subjects regarding museum marketing in national and regional museums, they revealed the achievements and the problems existing in this field and envisaged a perspective for the implementation of marketing in museum institutions.

The program of the seminar can be found here.

Symposium „140 years from the birth of architect A.V. Şciusev”

4 September 2013

Symposium „140 years from the birth of architect A.V. Şciusev”
Alexei Şciusev, architect, historian and art theoretician, architect-academician of Art Academy of the Russian Empire, member of the Academy of Sciences of USSR, born in Chișinău on September, 26th, 1873, was commemorated on Wednesday, September 4th in a symposium. The event was organized by Ludmila Năstase, the head of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev", branch of the National Museum of History of Moldova.

At the symposium there were presented short papers on the life and activity of the architect by researchers dr. Tamara Nesterov (Regarding the attribution of some monuments from Moldova to architect A. V. Şciusev), Natalia Iurcenco (An unaccomplished „classics"), Ala Ceastina (Non realized projects by architect A.V. Şciusev), Eugenia Râbalco (Inauguration of the museum dedicated to architect A.V. Şciusev), architect Anatolie Gordeev (Some considerations regarding the reconstruction plan of post-war Chișinău), cinema operator Pavel Balan (Shooting the documentary about architect A.V. Şciusev) and museographer Ludmila Năstase (A forgotten Bessarabian. Files from the activity of Petru Şciusev).

Roundtable „Annexation of Bessarabia to the Russian Empire in 1812 and disintegration of the Metropolis of Moldova: Developments and consequences”

4 September 2013

Roundtable „Annexation of Bessarabia to the Russian Empire in 1812 and disintegration of the Metropolis of Moldova: Developments and consequences”
On September 4, 2013, at the National Museum of History of Moldova the roundtable „Annexation of Bessarabia to the Russian Empire in 1812 and disintegration of the Metropolis of Moldova: Developments and consequences" had place, being organized on the occasion of the sad 200th anniversary of the breakup of the Metropolis of Moldavia (in 1812 military occupation becomes canonical occupation by creating a new diocese in annexed territory: that of Chisinau and Hotin).

The scientific discussion touched upon a number of issues concerning the status of the Moldovan Church in medieval times, interference of the Russian Orthodox Church in the affairs of the Moldavian Orthodox Church (18th century - early 20th century), historiographical controversies regarding the church of Bessarabia during Czarist rule (1812-1917), canonical problem regarding the Archdiocese of Hotin and Chisinau within the Russian Orthodox Church, and others. A special emphasis in the debates was put on the issue of the Diocese of Chisinau and Hotin within the Russian Orthodox Church (1813-1818). It was pointed out that with the creation of new administrative ecclesiastical unit in the annexed territory (Synodal Decree of August 21, 1813) there were violated several canons of the Ecumenical Councils, and the Russian Church became an accomplice and the main actor in the denationalization of the region.

Roundtable „Annexation of Bessarabia to the Russian Empire in 1812 and disintegration of the Metropolis of Moldova: Developments and consequences”
The discussion was attended by Dr. Alexandru Mosanu, honorary member of the Romanian Academy, Honorary President of the Association of Historians of the Republic of Moldova, Academician Andrei Esanu, honorary member of the Romanian Academy, Prof. Demir Dragnev, corresponding member of the ASM, Prof. Pavel Parasca, Dr. Alexei Agachi, Institute of History of ASM, Prof. Gheorghe Palade, MSU, Archpriest Petru Buburuz, parish priest of the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Metropolis of Bessarabia, Dr. Gheorghe Negru, Institute of History of ASM, Dr. Maria Danilov, National Museum of History of Moldova, Dr. Ion Negrei, Institute of History of ASM, Valeriu Matei, Director of the Romanian Cultural Institute „Mihai Eminescu", Chisinau, honorary member of the Romanian Academy.

The event was organized by the Association of Historians of the Republic of Moldova in collaboration with the Institute of History of the ASM, Romanian Cultural Institute „Mihai Eminescu", Chisinau, and the National Museum of History of Moldova.

Festive meeting dedicated to the „Historian's Day”

18 June 2013

Since 2011, on June 18 in Moldova is celebrated the Historian's Day. Establishing of this professional holiday is an act of recognition by the state of historians community's contribution to complex process of rehabilitation of scientific truth, is a mark of appreciation for their efforts in spiritual rebirth of our people, the civic consciousness and national identity of which was deeply affected by the old regime. Moreover, this act of formalizing of the guild of historians is a gesture of encouragement to those who do not spare strength to return to national values ​​and support for those who really promotes democratic ​​and the general-human values.

On this beautiful occasion, on 18 June 2013 at the National Museum of History of Moldova there was held a festive meeting. The event was attended by historians of the Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences, State University of Moldova, State Pedagogical University "Ion Creanga", Free International University of Moldova, members of the Association of Historians of Moldova, teachers and professors, curators, archivists, and other people of faith. Messages of congratulations were accompanied by music and lots of goodwill.
Festive meeting dedicated to the Historian's Day
Festive meeting dedicated to the Historian's DayFestive meeting dedicated to the Historian's Day
Festive meeting dedicated to the Historian's Day
Festive meeting dedicated to the Historian's Day

Workshop “Marketing in the Museums of Chisinau”

24 May 2013

On 20 - 24 May 2013 three national museums of Chisinau took part in a workshop by Dr. Björn Stenvers (Netherlands), a museum marketing specialist, organized by the National Museum of History of Moldova.

Workshop “Marketing in the Museums of Chisinau”
Workshop “Marketing in the Museums of Chisinau”Workshop “Marketing in the Museums of Chisinau”
Workshop “Marketing in the Museums of Chisinau”

The workshop was designed so as to provide ideas and solutions to help museum managers and curators in two important areas - management of museums and efforts to create a common marketing strategy for the three national museums.    

DAY AND NIGHT OF MUSEUMS at the National Museum of History of Moldova

18 May 2013

POSTER DAY OF MUSEUMS at the National Museum of History of Moldova
On 18 May there are celebrated International Museum Day and Night of Museums, two of the most important events in the life of worldwide community of museums.

The National Museum of History of Moldova organized a marathon of events dedicated to the Day and Night of Museums, which lasted 15 hours.

The International Museum Day celebrations were held from 11:00 to 18:00, and the program dedicated to The European Night of Museums started at 18:00 and ended at 02:00.

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