This paper focuses on the approach of enhancing the analysis on arts education within the present domains of technology and globalisation. The proposed approach is based on past theories of informed arts and aesthetic education. Propositions have been made on the ways to amend arts education policy to stay relevant to the present global and technological changes and developments in new media learning experienced by students today. An example of this shift is the underlining of a digital humanities project that taps on Rembrant’s art as a teaching material, and proposals are made on how the programme can be used to drive arts education and policy forward.
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