"I want to learn intangible cultural heritage" is a systematic project for the inheritance and protection of Chinese traditional culture. The series of intangible cultural heritage courses is the most important content of the intangible cultural heritage in this project. This course is not only an important means for the protection and inheritance of intangible cultural heritage, but also provides professional visual learning materials and videos for the general population.
This course have 12 lectures, 2.2 hours of learning. The resources of the course are all in video format. After completing all 12 lecture videos, you can get a certificate to prove that you have completed the course.
Completing all learning activities of this course means passing the assessment of this course.
As the third-generation inheritor of "Shanghai Mianren Zhao", Chen Kaifeng learned dough sculpting skills from his mother at the age of seven, and also learned calligraphy, calligraphy and sculpture with his father. After being admitted to the Fine Arts Department of Shanghai Normal University, he also systematically studied Western art, painting, sculpture and pottery. Having been engaged in art education in middle school for more than 20 years, Chen Kaifeng has taught thousands of students how to make dough.
|Source||Shanghai Open University|
|Number of learning activities||12|