​International forum held on art education in Belt and Road countries by Northwest Normal University

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An online international forum on Belt and Road Art Education has been held by the Publicity Department of the CPC Gansu Provincial Committee, Gansu Culture and Tourism Department and Northwest Normal University on November 13, 2022. The forum lasted for two days and drew to a successful close on November 14, 2022.

This forum aims to promote the intercultural communication between the countries and regions along the Belt and Road, to improve the international cooperation and development on art education, to enhance the protection of cultural heritage and ecology as well as the development and utilization of cultural industries, to examine the challenge and opportunities faced by art education, and to build a platform to support the art education mode and pattern in future.

The forum consisted of diverse units focusing on different issues about art education such as the current situation of art education in countries along the Belt and Road, interschool cooperation on fine art and creative modes of art education.

Nearly 50 experts from 38 universities, institutes, art galleries, art associations, magazines and primary and secondary schools from 10 countries including the U.S., South Korea, Australia, the U.K., Russia and Malaysia participated in the forum. 

This forum is one of Academic Activities to Celebrate the 120th Anniversary of Northwest Normal University and a Sub-item of the Third Art Exhibition of Featuring Belt and Road for 100 Sister School Initiative. 

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