On the Cultivation of Art Design Values From the Perspective of Cultural Self-Confidence

Yinzhong HAO


The cultivation of art design values requires the involvement of culture, and the horizon of cultural self-confidence. The development of Chinese design needs to have a strong cultural self-confidence in the designs of the nation, and the basis of design confidence lies in the self-confidence of art design values. Active cultivation of the values of art design helps to promote national self-confidence and cultural self-confidence, and accelerates the development of national designs.


Cultural self-confidence; Art design; Values

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9897


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