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Arts marketing and Communication of Prague City Gallery
Dusilová, Zuzana ; Ježková, Tereza (advisor) ; Halada, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis Art Marketing and Communication of Prague City Gallery is focused on the development in the field of art marketing and possibilities of its use mainly within the institution of gallery or art museum. It refers to the reciprocity of arts and marketing practice and defines the inter-connection in the field of art(s) marketing. The thesis uses marketing, media and cultural studies theories. It provides an insight into the historical evolution and improvement of the field of art marketing and reflects upon the tendencies of academic research and literature. The second part deals with a case study, which describes and evaluates communication activities of Prague City Gallery in the years of 2016 and 2017. The specific environment, in which the gallery operates, is defined and the subject is described as a cultural institution and cultural product situated within it, enriched by its new visual style and identity.
Baroque flute and historical development of opinions on the interpretation of the flute literature
This work is dealing with progression and interpretation of transverse flute with a special emphasis on the baroque flute focusing on the interpretative aspect of contemporary interest in this musical instrument. The evolution of a flute will be monitored from the very inception, whose testimony is provided by archaelogical discoveries, over antiquity and medieval to renesance, where we can observe much more comprehensive and specific information of development of this musical instrument, whose tones accompany humankind in varios forms for centuries. In next pages the work deals with the crucial period in which this flute was very widespread, namely the Baroque style, where the period interpretation of the baroque transverse flute will be described. We will approach the history of our musical instrument in the work to around the year of 1916, where we will learn about the type of so-called multi-flaps flute. In the final part we will get to workshops of current major manufacturers producing these period instruments, such as Martin Wenner, Boaz Berney, Rudolf Tutz and more. We will also take a look at the pictures of the flute in fine arts, poetry and we will present concrete works of art in the form of paintings, engravings and statues.
The Danger and the question concerning relation to speech: Turning point and Heidegger's title the Danger (die Gefahr)
Jílek, Vlastimil ; Benyovszky, Ladislav (advisor) ; Prázný, Aleš (referee) ; Novotný, Jaroslav (referee)
The main aim of this theoretical study is to help to clarify Heidegger's conception of the Danger [Gefahr] in relation with possibilities of the Turn [Kehre] which are hidden in the Danger itself. The Danger is hidden in Enframing [Ge-stell] as the essence of technology. First of all, it is necessary to clarify the concepts of being, truth and freedom. This shows us that concealment (hiddenness) is the necessary precondition for unconcealment, i.e. truth. Heidegger in this context speaks about the paths to unconcealment. Significant way to unconcealment is the art. Heidegger in "The Origin of the Work of Art" explains the essence of art in terms of the concepts of being and truth. The art is for Heidegger the way of expressing the element of truth. Art is not merely representation of the way things are but artwork can bring the meaning of what it is to exist. That means, that Heidegger reminds us about the value of the work of art as the means to open a "clearing" [Lichtung] for the appearance of things in the world, or to disclose their meaning for human beings. Heidegger writes about the art's ability to set up an active struggle between "Earth" and "World". The World is the web of significant relations in which human being exists. The Earth means the background against which every meaningful...
Reflex of Space
Šrom, Samuel ; František,, Dvořák (referee) ; Korbička, Pavel (advisor)
The diploma thesis “ Reflections of Space” aims to change the approach at material anodizing and to move this purely technological process to the artistic level. The first part of the thesis summarises concisely a process of anodising and seeks for its demonstrations in the field of culture. The second part of the thesis describes the intention itself and the results of the research in the framework of technological proofs which are presented in the figurative part of the thesis.
The Imagination as a Link Between Dream and Art
MOLÍKOVÁ, Veronika
Where is the area, in which dream and art unite and in which they mingle situated, and, on the contrary, where is the borderline between them? What do our inner images mean for us? Is the imagination a link of artistic creation and dreaming? If we admit this, can we consider dreaming as a form of art, as an intentionally focussed activity inside us? The form of art with its proper author-recipient, with denying its servitude? Could we achieve an aesthetic attitude to a figure, to a construct, when its fundamentals cannot be revealed? Or is that consideration absolutely misled? Besides those consideration, some people confirm, that dreams are too elusive to be judged But works of art are not? And is not the solution hidden in spaces of our consciousness? The fusion of dream and art becomes the topic of the following lines.
The influence of antroposophy on the Czech art of the beginning of the 20th century.
LHOTSKÁ, Karolina
Rudolf Steiner, the founder of anthroposophy, influenced many sectors of human activity, including art, by his super-sensory research. The bachelor thesis deals with the influence of his spiritual science mainly on painting. It also includes a spiritual theme that has been a source of inspiration for the early stage of abstraction. Then, on two selected Czech artists, it explores how specifically anthroposophy was reflected in their work.
Subkultura tatérů na Táborsku
The Bachelor thesis will deal with subculture of tattoo artist, its lifestyle, political opinions and methods of tattoo and their meaning. theoretical part will include a clarification of the basic terms related to the issue. Further is the thesis focused on brief description of tattoo´s technics its source of finding with examples. In practical part of bachelor htesis is made qualitative research via interview with tattoo artist. The aim of my work will be to map and clarify the value and representative system the subcultures around Tábor The aim will be achieved thanks to interpretation of interviews with tattoo artists. I will make these interviews with chosen respondents who live around Tábor and who tattoo professionally or it is just their hobby. In these interviews I will be especially interested in style of tattooing and what is motivation for tattooing. Other areas will be political and value orientations that are generally closely related to subcultures.
Culture and public on the example of the Egon Schiele Art Center
The aim of this this diploma thesis is to explore the relationship between the art galleries and the public. The key focus is to analyze indispensable approaches galleries should employ in order to survive on the cultural market. Firstly, the thesis discusses the economic aspects with the particular focus on the value added to the management and marketing of galleries. The next part deals with the social aspects. In addition to the gallery visitors and the influence of gallery interior on the visitor, the division of art on commercial and non-commercial sphere is explored. Furthermore, the term "socially engaged art" will be specified. The final discussion then shows the previous research by presenting practical examples to illustrate the importance of the issue, particularly focusing on the Egon Schiele Art Center in Český Krumlov.
"Water" - series of lessons in art education for middle childhood age.
Theoretical and project diploma thesis focuses on elaboration of the thematic art series named "Water" and its realization in art classes of middle aged children at the elementary school. The theoretical part brings the general insight into the problematics of water in art and project teaching. The project part follows and it is composed of seven proposed lectures of art lessons. The description of realizations and didactic analysis of the lectures are included in the project part as well. The diploma thesis is complemented with picture attachments, photo documentation of sectional lessons and proposed structured preparation of lessons.
"The Garden". Series of creative lessons for art education at primary school.
This diploma thesis focuses on creating an art series on a theme of garden for primary school children. The thesis has got a theoretical and a practical part. In theoretical part, it focuses on the history of garden art and theme of garden in genre and intermedia production. The following chapter combines the theme of the garden with the use of curriculum documents. The next part takes the garden as a motive and medium for art education at primary school. The next chapter deals with the method of project teaching and use of art series in the art education. In practical part, this thesis focuses on the creation of a thematic series, which contains organization and implementation of five lessons created on the theme of the garden. The aim of this series is to bring children closer to the enviroment of the garden through the use of art activities.

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