From the West to the East: differences and integration of art education from a globalization perspective

Journal: Region - Educational Research and Reviews DOI: 10.32629/rerr.v5i4.1395

Rujuan CHEN

Philippine Christian University


In the context of globalization, art education is increasingly showing its diversity. Especially between the West and the East, there are significant differences in teaching methods, teaching concepts, and teaching practices. However, differences do not necessarily mean opposition, on the contrary, this diversity creates possibilities for the integration of various cultures. This article delves into these differences and examines how integration strategies can build a more inclusive and global new framework for art education.


globalization; art education; cultural differences; integration; the West and the East


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