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The Impact of Establishing Professional Art and Cultural Institutions on Australian Art Companies

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Yipeng Xing

The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

*Corresponding author: Yipeng Xing

Published: July 4,2024

Abstract

This paper mainly investigates whether Australia requires a professional traditional art and cultural institution to enhance its cultural diplomacy. And the benefits and risks of establishing such an institution for Australian art companies. This article mainly utilizes qualitative research methods. From the necessity of establishing professional traditional art and cultural institutions in Australia to the benefits and risks for Australian art companies after the establishment of these art institutions, these three aspects have been systematically analyzed and studied. Through the analysis and research of the relevant literature. This article argues that Australia needs to establish a professional art and cultural institution to enhance its cultural diplomacy. The establishment of professional art and cultural diplomacy institutions means that they need to face more competition from similar art companies in Australia and other countries. Simultaneously, they also have more opportunities for development. The risks and opportunities for Australian art companies occur simultaneously.

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How to cite this paper

The Impact of Establishing Professional Art and Cultural Institutions on Australian Art Companies

How to cite this paper: Yipeng Xing. (2024) The Impact of Establishing Professional Art and Cultural Institutions on Australian Art Companies. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science8(6), 1521-1525.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2024.06.038