Zhejiang Art Museum contributes to fine arts education
The Zhejiang Art Museum and the Hangzhou Basic Education Research Office launched a plan to support fine arts education in the province on September 8.
The museum, based in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, donated 700,000 yuan ($ 108,640) of high-profile painting albums to 170 primary and secondary schools in the city on September 8.
Ying Jinfei, curator of the museum, said that the Zhejiang Art Museum is a key art gallery at the national level which has many resources related to books and artists, and will proactively participate in building public culture and make advance the teaching of fine arts in school. campus.
Over the next two years, the museum plans to gradually make its digital resources of modern and contemporary Chinese fine art, which includes approximately 50,000 masterpieces in its collection, available to teachers of fine arts. arts of primary and secondary schools in the city.
The museum will also cooperate with the Hangzhou Basic Education Research Office in China to organize campus activities and conduct surveys to explore the most effective approach to teaching fine arts to local people. primary and secondary students.
In cooperation with the China Academy of Art, the museum will offer fine arts teachers in primary and secondary schools a series of free training programs in the coming weeks.
Staff members move donated painting albums to a warehouse at the Zhejiang Art Museum. [Photo/zj.zjol.com.cn]
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