This exhibition displays the sericulture, customs, silk making, silk weaving, printing and dyeing, and embroidery techniques covered by the intangible cultural heritage of Chinese silkworm silk weaving. The “Chinese Silkworm Silk Weaving Technique”, which was initiated by the China Silk Museum, was listed by UNESCO as a representative of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity in 2009.
The second floor: the silk weaving and dyeing process is the main line, and the image of the weaving model vividly lets the audience understand the ancient Chinese silk dyeing and weaving production process. The exhibition is divided into five parts: “process flow”, “wire processing”, “machine principle”, “looking machine thread” and “dyeing system”. The hall also has a “Learning Garden” exhibition area where viewers can make silk crafts and feel the silk hand-made. At the same time, the “ZIS plain fabric computer design system” is installed on the multimedia, and the audience can design the fabric structure and fabric pattern under the guidance of professionals.
The third floor: mainly displays the natural attributes of silkworms, adopts semi-closed display of popular science education, through “magic change”, “the silkworm loves to eat mulberry leaves”, “the mystery of silkworms”, “cocoon”, “silk silk”, Eight aspects, such as “beautiful silkworms”, “homes of silkworm farmers” and “utilization of silkworms”, reveal the mystery from silkworms to silk. Taking mulberry, silkworm, moth specimens and bright and colorful pictures as the main means of exhibition, using multimedia forms, several touch screens were set up to display the silkworm selection process of mulberry, silkworm knot, silkworm organ and silkworm.
Using textile information to display samples of modern textile fabrics, precious textile figures and silkworm history, history of dyeing and weaving, textile archaeology, silk roads, historical and historical Chinese and foreign newspapers and books, audio-visual materials, while using modern technology to record and organize, Provide graphic information services for textile research.
China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou, China
Located in West Lake, Hangzhou, China Silk Museum is a national silk professional museum and the world’s largest silk museum. It covers an area of five hectares, with a building area of 8,000 square meters and an exhibition area of 3,000 square meters. It was officially opened on February 26, 1992. .
“Promoting the ancient silkworm cocoon culture and opening up the new Silk Road”, the China Silk Museum displays 5,000 years of silk history and culture. Its basic exhibitions include the Preface Hall, the Historical Relics Hall, the Silk Hall, the Dyeing and Weaving Hall, the Modern Achievement Hall, etc. Five parts.
The China Silk Museum is an elegant environment with a soft and elegant architectural style. The mulberry gardens in the museum are dyed with grass and small bridges, allowing people to enjoy the scenery of nature. The museum also has a variety of silk shopping malls, Jinxiu Gallery, Jingluntang high-end custom, etc., is a good place for recreation.
The China Silk Museum will not only become the largest silk-themed textile and apparel museum in China, but will also be the theme pavilion of the Silk Road and Silk Road, which will become an important window for the promotion of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the Maritime Silk Road.