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Museum of transformation
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The mission of the State Silk Museum, one of the world’s oldest silk museums, is to promote the understanding and appreciation of silk, its production and use through exhibitions and educational programmes.

 
   
Images:    State Silk Museum
    State Silk Museum Photo Archives
    GTG Photo Archives
    G. Chanadiri
Designed by:      Nino Tchatchkhiani

  Organizations:

Georgian Textile Group (GTG)

European Textile Network

Georgian Museums Association
ICOM Georgia


Black, Caspian Seas and Central Asia Silk Association (BACSA)


Museums:

China National Silk Museum

China Silk Museum, Hangzhou, China

Suzhou Silk Museum, Suzhou, China

Macclesfield Silk Museum, Macclesfield, GB

Yokohama Silk Museum, Yokohama, Japan

Tensan Silk Museum, Hotaka, Japan

Museum didattico della Seta, Como, Italy

National Silk Art Museum, Weston, Missouri, USA

Textile Museum, Washington, DC, USA

Textilmuseum St.Gallen, Switzerland
         
         
In reference to the museums collection, artists follow the metaphor of the cocoon as a continuous process of transformation, creating an alternative vision of what a contemporary museum could be. 
Opening 13 October - 19:00 
Artist Talk - 20:30 ( Moderation by art critic Noemi Smolik) 
Exhibitions duration 13.10-03.11.2017 
opened daily 11:00-17:00 Mondey closed 
State Silk Museum. G Tsabadze str 6, 0112 Tbilisi 
This art project is funded by Ministry of Culture and Science of the German State of North-Rhine-Westphalia, Einstein Foundation Berlin, Institute for foreign Relations IFA. Realized with the Graduate School at the Berlin University of Arts. Supported by German Embassy Tbilisi. 





 
აბრეშუმის მუზეუმი მასპინძლობს ნინო ჩუბინიშვილის - ჩუბიკას პერსონალურ გამოფენას. გამოფენის ნახვა შესაძლებელია 28 თებერვლამდე, ყოველდღე ორშაბათის გარდა 11:00 - 18:00 საათამდე.  
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