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Frontiers in Art Research, 2022, 4(16); doi: 10.25236/FAR.2022.041614.

Research on the construction of art management system


Yuhang Yao

Corresponding Author:
Yuhang Yao

China Institute of Arts and Technology, Beijing, 100007, China


Art management is a comprehensive management activity based on management, with art as the core, starting from the general nature and rules of management. Through scientific and modern management means, it studies the characteristics and rules of art activities. The promotion of art management ability and level is an important way to promote the healthy, scientifical and effective development of the art cause in our country. The important premises for promoting the development of art management are to deeply analyze the profound implications and system construction of art management, clarify the responsibilities of management subjects at all levels, construct a scientific system of art management, and explore effective ways for the development of art management. This paper attempts to make a deep discussion on the meaning of art management under the background that the concept of art management is different, the management system is not perfect, and the management system is not perfect. On this basis, it states the system of art management, and thus proposes effective measures to improve the ability and level of art management in our country. 


arts management, system construction, cultural construction, theory of art

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Yuhang Yao. Research on the construction of art management system. Frontiers in Art Research (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 16: 102-108. https://doi.org/10.25236/FAR.2022.041614.


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