School of Art, Anhui University of Finance and Economics, Bengbu, Anhui 233030, China
After the outbreak of COVID-19, the form and content of public art education in museums have changed. While ensuring professionalism, the activities pay more attention to the humanistic care in art education. Therefore, this paper believes that in the context of COVID-19, museum public art education should broaden the scope of activities, continue to pay attention to the actual experience of audiences, adhere to the equality and tolerance of education, and actively explore the future development of activities.
Public art education, Humanistic care, Museums, COVID-19
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