September 1, 2020, “Bronze, metal cultural relics conserving and operating standards” teaching site
In order to further study and implement the spirit of the important instructions of General Secretary Xi Jinping on the security of cultural relics and implement the “Several Opinions of the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the General Office of the State Council on Strengthening the Reform of the Protection and Utilization of Cultural Relics” and the “Guiding Opinions of the General Office of the State Council on Further Strengthening the Cultural Relics Works”, the National Museum of China helda training course on “Cultural Relics Security Awareness and Standard Operation” from August 31, 2020, to September 4, 2020. The training was attended by 31 staff members from the Department of Conservation, the Department of Exhibition, the Department of Curation and the Heros and Models Exhibition Hall.
The training aims to strengthen the perseverance to the red line, bottom line, life line of cultural relics security, focusing on operating standards. The main content of the thematic training is the workflow of the Department of Conservation, as well as the conserving and operating standards of the collections, including bronzes, currency, ancient books, rubbings, ancient paintings, antique silk fabric, antiquities of ethnic minorities and other cultural relics. The training helps the staff of the National Museum of China to enhance the awareness of cultural relics security, refine their skills, and do well in the daily management of cultural relics and exhibitions, as well as in other related works.
After the training, the participants agreed that the training was clear and strongly oriented in its theme and strengthened the conscientiousness and determination to do well on the security of cultural relics. In the thematic teaching, the instructor demonstrated in person, teaching the correct operations of handling cultural relics, which benefited the trainees greatly. People said that they would certainly apply the achievements of this training to the actual work, constantly strengthen the awareness of risk prevention and control, and firmly build a solid wall of security of cultural relics.
September 4, 2020, the trainees in hands-on assessment