Exploring the Cultivation of Artistic Archaeology Talents in the Context of "New Liberal Arts" in China: A Case Study of "3D Image Design" Course
Authors: Liu Ying, Liyuan Bao
Abstract: The concept of "New Liberal Arts" encourages universities to promote interdisciplinary integration teaching and enhance the breadth and depth of application of professional course contents, so as to promote the application relationship between disciplines and cultivate application composite talents. At present, there is a growing demand for popularisation of science knowledge, and online museums, short science videos and other forms of virtual visualisation of science have been recognised by the market, so talents in this field need to be trained by universities to replenish the market. However, with the development of the times, limited by the speed of renewal of the art archaeology ontology - archaeological resources, how to maintain the rigour and innovation of art archaeology talents to progress together is a current issue that needs to be addressed. The aim of this study is to focus on the cultivation of innovative art archaeological talents, and to explore the teaching of the course "3D Image Design" from the perspective of interdisciplinary, comprehensive literacy, dialectical thinking training, and the social significance of the course, starting from the curriculum of digital media art. The course proposes a "3D creation-based art and archaeology learning method" and an "integrated software application model" that can optimize the traditional teaching methods of art and archaeology courses and cultivate complex talents with a sense of integration of art and science.
Keywords: New Liberal Arts, Generalist, Artistic Archaeology
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