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Three Projects of SCUN Funded by National Arts Fund
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Three Projects of SCUN Funded by National Arts Fund

Recently, the National Arts Fund unveiled a list of approved projects in 2019. SCUN achieved a best performance in the history with three projects approved and winning financial support, ranked second in Hubei Province for the number of approved projects.

The three projects were respectively led by Zhao Hengyu, a teacher of the academy of fine arts, Chen Xiaopeng and Ma Shuhao, two teachers of the School of Music and Dance. Among the projects, the project of Zhao Hengyu, “Cultivation of Talents for Innovation Design and Inheritance of the Traditional Technology of Silted Building of Tujia People in Western Hubei” won a fund of 800,000 yuan, which was the highest amount of fund received by a single project of SCUN from National Arts Fund.

The National Arts Fund is the highest art creation program of China, which aims to promote the artistic creation, cultivate artistic talents, create and promote masterpieces and facilitate the art career to develop healthily. In recent years, SCUN has attached high importance to the application for National Arts Fund. The Institute of Scientific Research and Development has guided art teachers to submit applications actively, offered follow-up services in the entire course, while each related school has made active cooperation to the promote the issue. The persons in charge of projects have pooled wisdom and efforts to make active preparations, which has effectively guaranteed the quality and success of applications.

No.

Person in charge

Organization

Category

Title

1

Zhao Hengyu

The Academy of Fine Arts

Cultivation of artistic talents

Cultivation of Talents for Innovation Design and Inheritance of the Traditional Technology of Silted Building of Tujia People in Western Hubei

2

Chen Xiaopeng

The School of Music and Dance

Creation of small plays (programs) and works

Group dance “Frogmen”

3

Ma Shuhao

The School of Music and Dance

Young artistic creation talents

Music composition

(Edited by Chen Pengbing,source: Institute of Scientific Research and Development)