On the morning of October 14, 2023, more than 200 students from the School of Design and Art at Nanchang Jiaotong Institute walked out of the campus environment to visit the Six Arts Museum for a hands-on exploration and learning activity.
Nanchang Jiaotong Institute, formerly known as the School of Engineering and Technology at East China Jiaotong University, was established in 2001. It is a full-time undergraduate institution approved by the Ministry of Education. The School of Design and Art was established in March 2021.
This visit was facilitated by Hunan Vision Domain Cultural Art Co., Ltd.'s Zhejiang Sketching Base. The company was founded in 2005 and specializes in providing services for art practice courses in universities. Since its establishment, the company has served hundreds of art colleges and universities throughout the country, receiving consistent praise.
The Six Arts Museum is located in the ancient water town of Lili in the Jiangnan region. It covers an area of 18,000 square meters and houses over 40,000 exhibits distributed among more than 50 exhibition halls. The museum's design style, which combines elements from both Chinese and Western cultures, has received high praise from visitors.
Under the guidance of the museum guides at the Six Arts Museum, students gain a better and more comprehensive understanding of the astonishing variety of ancient cultural exhibits in the museum. They acquire artistic and design knowledge and inspiration that are relevant to their own majors, thereby benefiting from the experience.
The close proximity to exhibited items and permitted tactile approach at the Six Arts Museum, where touching of is allowed for most items, provide students with an immersive experience. Everyone develops a strong interest in the museum's displays and exhibits. They eagerly take photos and record them as valuable resources for future study and reference.
Over the years, the Six Arts Museum has served as a resource hub for art students from all over the country and the world. It has welcomed visits from numerous art schools, their faculty and students. The museum has been dedicated to the inheritance and dissemination of excellent Chinese folk art and culture. In the future, Six Arts Museum will continue to serve as an educational and practical base for study of Chinese ancient culture and art.