Opening hours during Spring Festival
China National Silk Museum Visiting Guidelines
The Jingluntang Foundation Travel Grant aims to provide financial assistance in international travel costs for specially invited keynote representatives, retired or independent, young scholars and students to participate in 5th IASSRT Symposium to be
Symposium format: two days of lectures and four days of study tours to visit important holdings of Silk Roads textiles.
China National Silk Museum will be open during the Spring Festival of 2020 according to following schedule
NSM calls on all museums and institutions to organize Silk Road-themed activities and to participate actively in the Silk Road Week.
The China National Silk Museum, Hang Zhou, will hold an exhibition, Life along the Silk Road: 13 Stories during the Great Era. In conjunction with the exhibition, we will host a two-day forum on June 22nd-23rd that explores topics such as stories on.
In recognition for these artistic and scientific endeavors, the China National Silk Museum (CNSM) organizes the first biennale of natural dyes, with an aim to celebrate the beauty of colors in nature, as well as to explore the ancient wisdom and know
The 4th Symposium of IASSRT will take place from 21st September to 1st October 2019 in Russia, while mainly in Kislovodsk.
4th Symposium International Association for the Study of Silk Road Textiles (IASSRT), Sep. 21 – Oct. 1, 2019, Kislovodsk, Russia. “Textiles as A Historical Source”
China National Silk Museum will organize and hold the first biennale of natural dyes, which aims not only to embrace the natural way of life, but also to explore the ancient wisdom and culture contained in the traditional craft.
“Silk Road Textiles: Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage” Symposium and 3rd IASSRT meeting will be held from Nov. 5 to Nov. 10, 2018 in Buyeo, Republic of Korea.
Silk Road Textiles: Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage