Elements of the Peoples of the World's Handicraft Creation VII. (2000),
displaying objects from our museum collections.
Modern Chinese Tapestries (March - June
2000), in collaboration with the Embassy of the
People's Republic of China at Bucharest.
Traveller at the Springs of the Nile. Franz Binder
(1820*[1824]-1874 (2000), in collaboration with the
'Ioan Raica' Municipal Museum from Sebes (Alba
County).
The Amate Tree in the Mexican Art (2000), in
collaboration with the Embassy of Mexico at
Bucharest.
Temporary Exhibitions. Under the title 'Elements of the
Peoples of the World's Handicraft Creation', the section of
temporary exhibitions includes manifestations organized
with objects from the museum collections, manifestations
in collaboration with the accredited embassies in Romania,
with international cultural associations, or with other
similar museums and institutions, and private collectors.
The various exhibitions itinerated in the country, the
participation in exhibitions organized abroad, the
organization and participation in diverse symposiums as
well as the supporting of international research projects
are other forms of valorizing the museum patrimony.

From its inauguration on May 18, 1993, our museum
presented to the national and international public a series
of temporary exhibitions, besides the permanent exhibition
entitled 'Elements of the Peoples of the World's Culture
and Art'. Thus, the index starts with the most recent
cultural manifestation and ends with the first world
ethnographic exhibition opened in the museum premises
from the Small Square, in September 1992.