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Purchase: Buy museum materials, which are considered worthy to preserve
and exhibit, within the budget
Contribution: Maintain museum materials (artifacts) in the museum permanently
Deposition: Keep and exhibit museum materials (artifacts) for a specific period of time
Loan: Lend museum materials (artifacts) to various events for a specific period of time
Throughout the whole year
Korean and foreign masks
Request for contribution / deposition (telephone, interview)
Apply for contribution / deposition (predefined form, visiting)
Decide and notify contribution / deposition
Take over of artifacts (visiting)
Issue receipts (including photographs)
* For deposition, the receipt may include the period of deposition.
Register in the list of collection of the museum and utilize as exhibits as well as
materials for research and education
Publish journals for important artifacts
Apply for the designation of national cultural assets
(national treasures, national assets, important folk artifacts, etc.)
Award a plaque of thanks for contribution
Give museum membership, exhibition pamphlets, various academic books
and literatures, invitation to events, etc.
1. This is to enhance people's national consciousness and cultural grounding
by lending artifacts in Hahoi-dong Mask Museum to other institutions and organizations
and sharing them with the public.
2. If an institution or organization wants to borrow artifacts in Hahoi-dong Mask Museum,
it should request it to the curator of the museum with information as follows.
① Type, number, name, and quantity of artifacts
② Purpose of loan
③ Period of loan
④ Place and storage facility to keep loaned artifacts
⑤ Method of protecting and managing loaned artifacts
⑥ Method of transporting loaned artifacts
3. Conditions may be applied to loaned artifacts for the safety of the artifacts.
4. The borrower must pay expenses related to taking photographs, measuring, recording,
packing and transporting, which are necessary in taking in and out artifacts,
and must follow technical instructions of the curator of the museum.
5. In case the borrower loses or damages loaned artifacts, he/she must repair,
recover or compensate as required by the curator of the museum.
6. If it is considered necessary, when lending artifacts, the curator of the museum may
order the borrower the deposit of a certain amount of money, the provision of a security
or insurance in order to secure recovery or compensation according to Clause 5.