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《 逛・聚落 》

臺東生活即美學,藝文能量匯聚;孕育優質創作。

// MUSEUM IN TAITUNG /


坐落在成功小鎮海濱公園的原住民文物館,是東海岸展示原住民文化重要的館舍,主要保存及展示阿美族的文物,肩負著文化傳承與社會教育的重要任務,透過文物典藏、研究、展示、教育推廣、休閒設施等功能,來維繫阿美民族文化,並提供認識東海岸阿美族文化的機會。

The Indigenous Heritage Museum, located in Chenggong Township’s Haibin Park, is an important building on the East Coast preserving and displaying indigenous cultural relics, mainly of the Amis tribe. To fulfill its important tasks of cultural heritage transmission and social education, the museum collects, studies, and displays cultural artefacts, engages in education and promotion, offers leisure facilities, and more, in order to preserve Amis culture for the Amis and to give others the opportunity to get to know Amis culture too.


展現東海岸豐厚的原住民文化
shows East Coast indigenous culture

阿美族為東海岸最早的開墾移民。相傳約在300年前都蘭部落的祖先就在都蘭山下建立部落。清代初期,卑南阿美在今成功鎮三民里以南建立聚落,稱之為麻荖漏社,約在1855年由八里罔社之移民所建立,此後,陸續有北方的海岸阿美族加入。
The Amis were the earliest settlers on the East Coast. It is said that the ancestors of Dulan Village build a village at the foot of the Dulan Mountains about 300 years ago. In the early Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the Beinan Amis established a settlement called Malaulou to the south of today’s Sanmin Village of Chenggong Township. Another settlement was created by immigrants from Balibang Village in 1855, after which more Amis from the north coast started moving in.


成功鎮原住民文物館不定期辦理各項阿美族文化活動,如傳統手工藝研習、部落園遊會、阿美族年齡階層生活體驗營等;室內空間也作為展示及教學場域,一樓為展示區,定期舉辦展覽,呈現阿美族農耕文物、生活器具、歷史照片,如服裝、編織、木雕、農漁具等為主,其他部落、協會及美術主題特展為輔;二樓則有手作教室、親子與閱讀教室,作為文化傳承之用,如2018年舉行文物再製活動,教導在地居民製作阿美族船型背袋。館外的裏巴哈廣場則定期配合辦理部落歌舞表演活動。
These days, the Chenggong Indigenous Heritage Museum holds various Amis cultural activities, such as traditional handicraft workshops, tribal bazaars, rites of passage camps for various age groups, etc. The indoor space is used for exhibitions and training. The first floor is the exhibition area with a permanent display of farming tools, living utensils, historical photographs, with clothing, weaving, wood carving, fishing gear, etc., supplemented from time to time by temporary theme exhibitions. The second floor has studios and classrooms for workshops and family activities, and a reading room, all for the transmission of cultural heritage. For example, in 2018 a cultural DIY activity was held where local residents made backpacks in the shape of Amis boats. The Libaha Square outside is regularly used for tribal song and dance performances.