Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Here is Daegu's hidden attraction, Daegu Textile Museum!


Hello, This is Visit Daegu.

The representative industry in Daegu is the textile industry.

Daegu's textile and fashion industry was the first single industry to achieve 10 billion dollars in exports, leading to Korea's economic growth.

There is a place to further develop and promote Daegu's textile industry: Daegu Textile Museum!

Daegu Textile Complex (DTC) Textile Museum is the only comprehensive textile museum in Korea.

It was built to look at the history of textiles and fashion in Korea and to find a way forward.

The exhibition space of the Textile Museum consists of a fashion museum, an industry museum, and a future museum. Especially, large, small and medium-sized enterprises, and related organizations participated in the exhibition, expressing their historicity and professionalism.

It's currently closed due to Corona 19, and we've prepared it so that you can meet the Daegu Textile Museum online!

In the "Imagination Space" in front of the Textile Museum, there is a needle and thread sculpture symbolizing textiles and fashion, and it is said to be the work of Lee Sang-tae. It is said to have expressed the wish of the citizens for the bright future and abundance of the textile industry. The dynamic shape of the thread stands out, right?


This is what the museum looks like! Smooth appearance and straightness create modern beauty.

The permanent exhibition at the Daegu Textile Museum consists of three exhibition halls and three exhibition rooms, exhibiting about 800 artifacts and products.

Anyone can watch the permanent exhibition for free!

Interior sculptures [Movements in Silence]
Park In-sook's iconic sculpture, [Move in Silence].

This work, which depicts a textile company and fashion designer as a cocoon, symbolizes the process of fashion completion by pulling thread from cocoons.

The various images shown from various angles represent a change in the textile fashion industry, which seeks development through creative ideas and inspiration!

Antique sewing machine artwall

Art Wall made of antique sewing machines is a space where 90 pieces of various sewing machines produced from the end of the 19th century to the 20th century can be displayed to check the development of sewing machines. In particular, you can see all the early manual sewing machines produced in the United States and Europe before and after the 20th century, as well as the hand-operated sewing machines in the process of electrifying! Each one has its own features and functions, so if you look carefully, you'll be looking at it without time passing by.


Seomun Market of Memories

In the 1960s, it recreates the pomori branch of Seomun Market, the largest traditional market in Daegu, which was the best fabric market in the country.
This model, which can guess the popularity of synthetic fibers at that time, illustrates the starting point of Daegu's textile industry development!


This machine, which seems to make white and white rice cakes, is a textile machine named Yeonjogi.

During the textile production process, we are responsible for the spinning process corresponding to upstream, and the softener is a machine that helps make threads in the square by making the thickness of the cocoon even. It was produced in 1917 in England and donated by Tokyo Agricultural University in Japan.

2F Fashion Hall, Children's Experience Room

The second-floor fashion museum introduces the modern, 100-year-old doubles culture history, starting with Gibson Girl dresses introduced in Korea in the 1900s and 10s.

In the 1980s, women's social activities increased to highlight their upper body power suits and their social backgrounds in detail! : )


This purple dress is a bustle dress made in the 1890s and is one of the styles that was based on the creation of modern fashion in the 1900s.


Especially, the delicate foundation stands out so that the upper and lower stripes can be connected!


3F industrial pavilion
The 3rd floor industrial hall shows the industrial features related to clothing. In the days when it was difficult to find fabrics due to the outbreak of the Korean War, you can see a blouse made of parachute fabric, a nylon stocking produced in the late 1960s by Nam Young-Bian, who produced modern stockings without sewing in 1962, and various textile machines at once.


In the textile information room, you can see samples of various fibers and various literature materials.


Fourth floor view of future

The Future Hall on the 4th floor is a corner where you can introduce textile products applied to various industries beyond the clothing industry through the convergence of high-tech technologies and experience their characteristics. Animation introduces the use of new fibers in fashion, architecture, health care, and transportation of the future and presents a vision!

There is also a semi-circular circle video theater that shows videos about future fibers.
You can see the future of the textile industry through a long screen that stretches from side to side.

It's not an exhibition facility, but there's a design studio and a textile research lab.

The textile research institute's office houses Ditech Research Institute, Korea Fashion Industry Research Institute, Korea Textile Development Institute, and Korea Textile Machinery Convergence Institute.

Every day, they are busy studying for the future and development of the textile industry!

You can see Daegu's textile industry with a variety of attractions?

When operations resume, it's a good place to visit with your family!

[A cotton mask making event for underprivileged neighbors]
Daegu Textile Museum held a meaningful activity from April 17 to 24, which is the [Cotton Mask Making Event for the Out-of-the-way Neighbors].
This project was designed with the suggestion of museum experience education instructors.

The museum consists of eight to ten students, including textile instructors and students who voluntarily wish to donate their talents, and it was temporarily held in the empty sewing education room while it was closed.


It produces 'Adult Filter Replacement' cotton masks, and includes two replacement filters, and it is said to have considered design and function by gathering various opinions from talent donation participants!

The masks will be delivered to underprivileged neighbors who are unable to supply and demand, so it was a very warm volunteer work.

Daegu Textile Museum was a great place to visit once the operation resumed! : )

1 comment:

Enggar said...

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