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Current exhibitions



PRECHTLOVA HANA SYMPOSIUM OF SCHOOLS OF APPLIED ARTS IN THE LIBEREC REGION
27. 9. – 27. 11. 2016

The North Bohemian Museum has participated in the organisation of the international Symposium of schools of applied arts in the Liberec Region since the year 2004. This creative meeting of domestic and also foreign secondary school students takes place every three years in several chosen workshops and studios of the schools of applied arts in Jablonec nad Nisou, Turnov, Kamenický Šenov, Nový Bor and Železný Brod. All final works from the Symposium in the year 2016 from the fields of bijouterie, jewellery, metals, glass, lightings and design will be on display in the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec.  Flyer


WHEN THEY CATCH A BIRD... WHEN THEY CATCH A BIRD…
6. 10. – 4. 12. 2016

The exhibition´s aim is to show the development of the methods of capturing birds since its beginnings until nowadays. Also motivations for bird capturing in the particular time periods will be revealed. The samples of the types of wings and other adaptations for bird's flight, along with a number of different trapping devices, create a part of the exhibition.
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AMAZING EXHIBITS



Fritz Rehm (1871-1928): Advertising to cars, about 1900




Aragonite, Styria




Marie Glückaufová: Kvítek (Nový Bor, 2006), Crystal glass with ruby core, stone sienit




Old printing from Augustinian monastery in Köln am Rhein, end of the 15th century







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