Exploration Of Landscape Perception Of Jinshan Peasant Paintings Village

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Hanrui JiaRui XuYouyuan WangWenqian Qiu

Abstract: Shanghai's countryside, despite its limited resources, contributes to the spiritual home of its residents. As a result, it is meaningful to conduct additional research and investigation. Under the current background of rural revitalization, Shanghai is actively exploring the modes of cultural revitalization and tourism revitalization of the countryside. Shanghai has established Jinshan Peasant Painting Village in the certain location to further encourage the development of peasant painting art and better protect local culture. Jinshan District, a creative park in Shanghai's countryside, is based on Jinshan peasant painting and aims to attract peasant painting artists from across the country. The presentation of creative landscape plays an important role in contributing to the creative atmosphere, which is one of the elements for the creative cluster, in terms of attracting creative talents and tourists. Nowadays, the low occupancy rate of peasant painters and a few tourists reveal Jinshan Peasant Painting village's lack of appeal. To gain a better understanding of the complex reasons for this, this study looks into the perspectives of various stakeholders in the painter village's landscape and attempts to investigate the creative park's long-term development from the standpoint of the material environment.Furthermore, it makes some new recommendations for improving the landscape of Jinshan Peasant Paintings village in order to promote better development. In conclusion, tourists of different genders, incomes, sources of information, educational backgrounds, ages, and occupations have obvious differences in their landscape perception of Jinshan peasant painting village from the standpoint of landscape aesthetic characteristics and landscape value perception.

Keywords: Landscape Perception,Jinshan Peasant Paintings Village, rural revitalization

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1002332

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