Beauty of Intangible Cultural Heritage

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This lesson plan, tailored for freshman year university students, centers around the traditional rituals of Huizhou as a fundamental element of living heritage. Its focus on local culture allows learners to delve into the intricacies of the regional aesthetic, emphasizing understanding the cultural essence and social etiquette. The integration of traditional rituals into the art education curriculum not only encourages active participation in intangible cultural heritage practices but also facilitates the transmission, promotion, and cultural rejuvenation of heritage. By engaging in these practices, university students can deepen their comprehension of local culture, enhance their artistic appreciation, and foster a heightened sense of cultural identity at both the community and national levels.

Country: China