The history of art education in China can be traced to as far back as the late period of the Qing Dynasty (1616—1911). In the School Regulations 《奏定学堂章程》, drafted in 1903 by the Qing government, crafts, painting, music, and other art courses were not compulsory. Approximately 10 years later, the Ministry of Education of what …
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Li, Gongming and
“Art Education in China”, in:
Chinese Research Perspectives Online, Edited by: International Advisory Board Chinese Research Perspectives Online.
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