The Research of Art Propaganda of Anti-Japanese and Public Entertainment
|School||Shanxi Normal University|
|Course||Modern Chinese History|
|Keywords||Art Propaganda public entertainment The Northwest Field Service|
With the sounded of guns in Lu Gou Bridge, the Northwest Field Service was been set up at August12,1937by Dingling and Wu xiru under the direction of Chairman Mao and the Party Central Committee. It is the first art propaganda of anti-Japanese group within Professionals, categories configuration and large-scale. The Northwest Field Service went to the front at September22,1937and went back to Yanan at April1944. The leadership of Ding Ling and Zhou Weizhi commanded art propaganda of anti-Japanese with the Military struggle of Eighth Route Army together. The Northwest Field Service propagandized in diverse methods, such as music, opera, speech, slogan, poster, and educated the public to organize together for anti-Japanese army, to help other anti-Japanese groups. The Northwest Field Service made use of the traditional art methods to created several new art methods with the experience in anti-Japanese War.The main research point of this article is the Northwest Field Service. The structure of article is composed of five key parts:The Introduction narrates the document summarizes, research significance, research thought and research method. The first partaccounts the process of Northwest Field Service’s establishment anddevelopment. The second part narrates the art Propaganda contentsand methods of the twice time‘s went to front. The third partexpounds the influence of Northwest Field Service’s art Propagandato the public entertainment. The fourth part accounts the influence ofpublic entertainment to Northwest Field Service’s art Propaganda.The fifth part narrates the consequence of Northwest Field Serviceand its great historical value. At the last part of the article, the writerevaluates the significance effects of Northwest Field Service,expounds its Art Propaganda methods, and summarizes the greatwork of its Art Propaganda.