[Explanation] May 18 is the 46th "International Museum Day".

After more than two years of upgrading and transformation, the special exhibition "Treasures of the Tang Dynasty - Exhibition of Cultural Relics Unearthed in Hejia Village" was reopened at the Shaanxi History Museum on the same day.

  It is understood that in 2010, the Shaanxi History Museum held a special exhibition "Treasures of the Tang Dynasty - Exhibition of Cultural Relics Unearthed in Hejia Village".

However, with the rapid development of domestic museums in recent years, the evolution of exhibition art, and the improvement of audience demand, the exhibition needs to be improved in many aspects.

In 2019, Shaanxi History Museum began to upgrade and transform this special exhibition, mainly including exhibition content and form design.

  [Concurrent] Tian Weili, Deputy Chief of the Exhibition Planning Section of the Exhibition Department of the Shaanxi History Museum

  For example, in terms of content, we divide the exhibition into 6 units according to the characteristics of the hoard and the characteristics and connotation of cultural relics, from the laws and regulations of the Tang Dynasty, food culture, women's makeup and clothing, the life of the Tang Dynasty and The foreign exchanges in the Tang Dynasty and the craftsmanship of the gold and silverware of the Tang Dynasty are described in these six aspects.

At the same time, we have selected 6 colors from Tang tomb murals to distinguish these 6 aspects, and put them into 6 corresponding unit contents (exhibited).

  [Explanation] After the upgrade and renovation of "Relics of the Tang Dynasty - Exhibition of Unearthed Cultural Relics from Hejia Village", 319 fine cultural relics were selected, including 36 new cultural relics, and the exhibits were reorganized, integrated and classified. And follow the principle of "more distinct themes, more substantial content, and more novel forms", break through the previous level of only talking about "objects", and try to use "objects" to tell stories.

  The reporter saw at the scene that the entire exhibition hall integrates shape, light, color and material through ingenious ideas between time conversion, space narrative, and craftsmanship, bringing a visual beauty and immersive experience to the audience. experience.

In addition, to meet the needs of special groups, the exhibition has added Braille translation for the first time.

  【Concurrent period】Visitor Wang Tianxiang

  I heard that the Hejia Village cellar has been upgraded, so I brought my girlfriend over to see it. We saw the museum just now, next to our Hejia Village cellar, because I have been there before, compared to the previous feeling. , the biggest feeling after coming in is that its renovation space is larger, and the overall feeling is very comfortable, and it also provides a place for us as a tourist to rest next to it, and we can see the cultural relic next to it, There are more of them, and its exhibition methods are more diversified, making it easier for people to understand, and it is also very good for this kind of historical "little white".

  [Explanation] It is reported that the cultural relics stored in the Tang Dynasty in Hejia Village, Xi'an, are known as one of the most important archaeological discoveries in China in the 20th century.

For more than 50 years, it has always attracted the attention of the public because of its concentrated discoveries, extremely high value, exquisite cultural relics and great suspense.

  Mei Ying, Alina and Zhang Zhuofan report from Xi'an

Responsible editor: [Zhang Aolin]