Art education is an important aspect of education that is indispensable for nurturing body and mind, combining human emotion, reason and spiritual motivation, and achieving a rounded character. But education policies over many years, together with skewed notions on the part of the public and even responsible figures, have meant that art education has been unable to exercise its true function within normal school education and have led to art education actually stagnating, let alone spreading among society at large. The present paper sets out to examine the current state of art education in Taiwan, to identify the problems, and to present reasonable proposals for improvement.
How to Cite:
Kuo, A. C., (1999) “The State of Art Education in Taiwan and Some Potential Remedies”, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education 17(1), p.41-48. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/jcrae.5063