Multiple cultural venues in TBNA reopened

稿源:津滨网   编辑:王宁   2020-03-26 09:17

"I came by bus from Dagang at 11:30. Because there are few buses now, I arrived early." At about 1:20 pm on March 23, Xiao Cui, a seventh grade student at Dagang No.7 Middle School took a bag of books and came to the door of Binhai New Area Library, which will be reopened at 2 pm, waiting patiently to meet the new book. Xiao Cui said that the books he had borrowed had already been read, and when he saw the news that the library was reopened, he hurried over to return the books so that he could borrow some new books and read them. In order to avoid crowd gathering, the library posted a reminder strip with a distance of 1.5 meters on the ground. Readers lined up in an orderly manner according to the requirements. When the library opened, the waiting line was long again, as before the COVID-19 outbreak.

On March 23, many major cultural venues in Tianjin Binhai New Area (TBNA for short) resumed opening, including cultural corridors, art galleries and libraries located in Binhai Cultural Center, three cultural districts of Tanggu, Hangu and Dagang in Binhai New Area Cultural Museum, as well as Binhai New Area Museum so many citizens walked out of their homes and felt the charm of culture.

The epidemic prevention and control is not lax so tourists are more at ease.

At present, epidemic prevention and control is still at the forefront, and cultural venues are also carefully designed for prevention and control, creating a safe cultural environment for citizens. As a cultural landmark of the TBNA, the attraction of Binhai Cultural Center cannot be underestimated. During the epidemic prevention and control, the Binhai Cultural Center implemented total passenger flow control, and entrants need to make appointments on the "Culture Everywhere" APP, WeChat public account, and website. In Gate 1-1 of South Binhai Cultural Center, the reporter saw that citizens need to register personal information, scan the QR code of "Jinmen Zhanyi" and the "health code" must be green to enter the venue. After entering the museum, a machine called "Integrated Mobile Temperature Measurement and Disinfection Channel" can allow citizens to self-check body temperature and disinfection. The machine will also sound an alarm when it encounters abnormal body temperature. "This machine also has a counting function to help count the number of people entering the museum," said the staff of the Cultural Center.

"Using this self-help book sterilizer to disinfect books when borrowing books, I feel safer to take the books home," said Li Caihong, a resident of TEDA Street. Wang Hui, the director of the library's comprehensive department, said that the staff would uniformly sterilize the returned books and put them on the shelves. At the same time, self-service sterilizers were placed next to the self-check-out equipment to facilitate further disinfection.

"From 2 pm to 5 pm, a total of more than 600 people arrived at the museum, with more than 700 books borrowed and about 900 books returned. The security check equipment was used to count the number of people at the entrance, and the staff was counted at the exit. Reminders will be given when there are close to 200 people." Library staff said that each reading room was staffed to prevent excessive attendance at the same time; tables and chairs were also put together, preventing readers from sitting and reading in case they stay long.

Telling the story of TBNA and enjoying the spiritual feast

"We originally went to Hebin Park to play. Just when we saw the opening of the Binhai New Area Museum, we brought our children in." Citizen Hu Xiaoyang took two children to take a large circle in the museum. He introduced that the children liked it very much in the past, and now reopening it not only provides us with a cultural and leisure space, but also helps to improve our mental state. After combating COVID-19, we hope we can enjoy more diverse cultures." Hu Xiaoyang said.

At present, the Binhai New Area Museum has opened a "Binhai Story" exhibition hall, and the prelude hall is exhibiting "Mr. Xie Shutang's Cultural Program Collection Exhibition" and "Ink & Children· Binhai Children's New Year Calligraphy and Painting Works Exhibition". In addition, it has launched a number of online columns to deeply dig into the Binhai story. Using digital resources, it can provide high-quality online services through online exhibitions and online courses. At the same time, it will make use of the strength of Leifeng Cultural Volunteer and other volunteer service projects such as Culture and Museum Ambassador, continue to expand the radiation space of "Vision Binhai", and carry out scientific popularization of scientific knowledge of epidemic prevention and control through micro exhibitions in communities and schools.

According to the convention, the Art Museum closed on Monday is also ready to welcome the audience. In the open second and third floor exhibition halls, the following four exhibitions: "Flower Blossoms - Nominated Exhibition of Flower and Bird Painting Masters", "Exhibition of Original Works of Master Collection of International Printmaking", "Yangliuqing New Year Painting Wooden Edition" and "Shanxi Jingle Paper-cut Interactive Education Tour Exhibition", are on display. In addition to viewing the exhibition on the spot, citizens can also experience the charm of art through a variety of perspectives, such as VR viewing exhibitions and online Chinese painting courses. In addition, the Art Museum also relies on the backbone of the art and literature in the museum to integrate high-quality domestic resources. Through the WeChat public account of "Tianjin Binhai Cultural Center", it has released art appreciation content "spring in the world of oil painting", "online exhibition" "Fingertips- Ethnic Women's Handicrafts and Costumes Exhibition "and" Children's Art Online Public Welfare Course 'Using Art to Fight COVID-19' " and other content for citizens to experience multiculturalism.