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Volume 157, 20232022 International Conference on Educational Science and Social Culture (ESSC 2022)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Distance Education Training and Educational Innovation|
|Published online||13 February 2023|
New Trends in Fine Arts Education in the Post-epidemic and the Implications for China-Guangzhou
School of Architecture Art Design, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510261, China
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Guangzhou is an economically developed city in southern China. Its art education philosophy has always been innovative and able to blend the best of East and West, but it is also in need of a breakthrough in the COVID-19 post-epidemic. This thesis looks at the current state of art education in Guangzhou’s kindergarten through twelfth grade (K12) level and universities. It compares art education in and out of K12 schools in Guangzhou and points out that teaching children’s collages by turning waste into treasure can build environmental awareness while increasing students’ interest in learning. In addition, the teaching of environmental design in Guangzhou’s universities is constantly innovating, but it suffers from problems such as inadequate teacher deployment. Each university at different levels has its talent training objectives, and issues such as its ranking and reputation in the industry affect the employment of graduates. In the face of the sudden COVID-19 epidemic, teachers also consider whether a biophilic teaching philosophy can be embedded in teaching art at all levels in Guangzhou in the post-epidemic. While Guangzhou K12 schools and out-of-school institutions are also trying to attract parents’ and students’ attention to the art curriculum through waste to treasure and outdoor excursions, it is more important that students understand how to harmonize with nature than before the epidemic.
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