On the Contemporary Value of Xuejia Kiln in Junan County

Anning YU


Carrying forward Chinese traditional culture and protecting the intangible cultural heritage is not to be conservative, but to hold a scientific attitude to the traditional culture, to retain the national heritage of unique value in this era of rapid development, and to adhere to the principle of making the past serve our present-day needs, inheriting the essence and discarding the dross. Therefore, in regard to the exploration of the culture of Xuejia kiln, we must attach importance to the maintenance of traditional culture, give equal attention to inheritance and innovation, and strive to achieve the creative transformation and innovative development of traditional culture. This paper analyzes the contemporary development and value of Xuejia kiln from multiple perspectives, identifies the role of culture in traditional handicrafts from the perspective of cultural history, and proposes that today ceramics has begun to integrate into people’s lives and has become a household item integrating practicability and beauty.


Xuejia kiln; Cultural of Ju; Heritage and protection; Combination of aesthetics and practical uses

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9355


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