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The Integration of Museum Resources into the Development of Art Courses
Education Journal
Volume 9, Issue 4, July 2020, Pages: 116-126
Received: Jul. 16, 2020; Accepted: Aug. 14, 2020; Published: Aug. 25, 2020
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Han Shushu, General Graduate School, Joongbu University, Chung Nam, Republic of Korea
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Art education is a gradual process. The cultivation of aesthetic ability cannot be completed within a short period of time, especially that of art creativity. In art teaching, a question worthy of discussion and research is how to cultivate the art creativity of students correctly. By analyzing museum resources and art education in China, this paper aims to effectively analyze, interpret and re-create museum collections, so as to cultivate students’ ability to appreciate artworks, improve their interest in art, and develop their ability to create art. In line with the characteristics of the research subject, this research mainly utilizes the literature review method, comparative analysis method, and case study of the investigation method to study the development of art courses for students before entering junior middle schools. According to the survey, the integration between museum resources and art courses has remarkable educational significance. Around the world, many countries have key projects for the construction of art courses in museums. In order to promote the innovation of art education in China, this paper explores the prototype of figurines of a comedic face playing an instrument (喜乐俑) collected by the museums, develops art courses with the integration of this prototype. The final part of the article presents the result of the research, demonstrating a module course and concluding how art teachers can utilize museum resources to develop art educational courses, and discusses some problems of Chinese art education and puts forward some solutions.
Art Education, Museum Resources, Art Courses
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Han Shushu, The Integration of Museum Resources into the Development of Art Courses, Education Journal. Vol. 9, No. 4, 2020, pp. 116-126. doi: 10.11648/
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