The Memorial Museum of Mureseni Family has the most important family archives in Romania, with more than 17,000 documents (letters, official documents, photos), and an impressive number of period newspapers. The public may see about six themes exclusively presented by video projectors, movement sensors and sounds and two subjects by big size print wrapping in 150 square meters of printed image.
Eight virtual stories
The exhibition ‘On the way to the Great Union’ was organized in the museum. It presents the historical journey the members of Mureseanu Family have also contributed to. The public may see the eight stories chosen for illustration in a new approach: a mix of exhibition factors binding the virtual, tactile image and sound with printed images, but at an oversized scale.
New technologies in the museum
‘The future of all the museums around the world consists in successfully mixing the classical exhibition methods of the objects in showcases with videos of the images, texts, sounds which bring to life an unanimated patrimony. The fasted way to get to the soul of a new, technologically native generation is embracing with no reserves the newest technologies on the leisure and real time communication market, defined by global interconnection’ declared Valer Rus, the manager of ‘Casa Mureșenilor’ Museum from Brasov.
The ‘Centenary’ Program
Starting with 2018 ‘Casa Muresenilor’ Museum from Brasov has been carrying out the project ‘On the way to the Great Union’ dedicated to the Centenary of the Great Union, a project which is an integral part of the ‘Centenary’ Program, financed by Romania Government by the Ministry of Culture and National Identity and co-financed by the Brasov County Council.