Training Strategy of Tourism Performing Art Talents in Higher Vocational Colleges under the Integration of Culture and Tourism
DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2021.020702 | Downloads: 10 | Views: 468
Li Qing 1, Li Jia 2
1 Shanxi Vocational College of Art, Shanxi, China; Krirk University, Thailand
2 College of Music, Shanxi Normal University, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China
Corresponding AuthorLi Qing
Culture brings a great power for national survival and development. Tourism, as a kind of cultural exchange, has made the development of tourism industry and the aesthetic needs of tourists no longer stay in the level of static landscape experience like appreciating scenery. However, performance arts in tourism activities have quietly become an important way for tourists to enjoy local culture with the in-depth development of tourism activities. At the same time, more and more human geographies, human customs and other local famous stories will be mined and created by tourism attractions into tourism performing art products, so as to make tourists feel the local cultural atmosphere and the local customs. Higher vocational colleges, as an important part of national higher education, play a crucial role in cultivating skilled and practical talents. While the integrated development of culture and tourism industry makes tourism performing art products "open up" a new development path for the talent training mode of higher vocational education. The in-depth cooperation between schools and enterprises is carried out to connect with the industry, effectively integrating these three resources. It provides a strong guarantee for the effective supply of tourism performing art talents and the improvement of the fit between talent training and social needs through the construction of a new talent training system for vocational education integrating "characteristic curriculum system, excellent teachers, stage and social testing process".
KEYWORDSIntegration of Culture and Tourism, Tourism Performing Art, Talent Training
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Li Qing, Li Jia, Training Strategy of Tourism Performing Art Talents in Higher Vocational Colleges under the Integration of Culture and Tourism. Art and Performance Letters (2021) 2: 7-12. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/artpl.2021.020702.
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