Textile

National Museum, Malaysia

National Museum, Malaysia

Located in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and set amongst its neighbourhood of historical buildings and romantic parkland, the National Museum or popularly known as Muzium Negara is built in the style of a traditional Malay house.   Read More

GRASSI Museum of Ethnology, Germany

GRASSI Museum of Ethnology, Germany

The Grassi Ethnological Museum in Leipzig, Germany, showcases numerous impressive collections from all over the world. The exhibitions are designed to be appealing to both art connoisseurs as well as visitors interested in the life of other cultures.  Read More

National Museum in Krakow, Poland

National Museum in Krakow, Poland

The National Museum in Krakow was established as Poland’s first national art collecting institution in 1879. Until the end of the First World War, it was the only such large museum accessible to the public on Polish soil.

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Five Continents Museum, Munich, Germany

Five Continents Museum, Munich, Germany

The Five Continents Museum in Munich (formerly State Museum of Ethnology) was founded in 1862 and is the oldest of its kind in Germany. Today it holds about 160,000 ethnographical artefacts and masterpieces of non-European origin.   Read More

Bona Museum, Korea

Bona Museum, Korea

The Bona Museum, in Seoul, Korea, first opened as a craft arts research institution in 2003, and officially opened as a private museum in 2006. It is a museum dedicated to showcasing traditional Korean aesthetics.   Read More

National Textile Museum, Malaysia

National Textile Museum, Malaysia

The National Textile Museum in Kuala Lumpur explores the rich diversity of the people of Malaysia. The museum traces the development and trend of textiles that have characterized and shaped the life-style of the people of Malaysia as early as the prehistoric era right up to the modern times.   Read More

Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre, Lao PDR

Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre, Lao PDR

The Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, was launched in July 2007 to promote understanding of Lao PDR’s ethnic diversity and advocate for the survival and transmission of its cultural heritage.  Read More

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