Communities show their cultural identity
The Korean lounge in the exhibition at the Canterbury Museum
Tapestries, teacups, and tapa cloths will take cisitors to Canterbury Museum's
latest exhibition on a trip around the world.
The exhibition - Around the World in 30 Lounges - involves 30 Christchurch communities displaying their cultural identity through images and objects places in a "typical" lounge.
Visitors will move through rooms adorned with antiques, art and family photos
to get insight into what is important in differnt cultures.
The 30 lounges will be displayed six at a time, changing every two weeks
until May 6. The joint project between museum and the Christchurch Art Gallery
Te Puna O waiwhetu opens today with the first six instalments of Egyptian, Italian, Samoan, Korean,
(will better) understand others."
said: "This exhibition gives us a unique and intimate glimpse into the homes of people
multiculturalism, migration and national identity in conjunction with the exhibition.
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