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North Bohemian Museum in Liberec in Changing Times - Supplement to Czech-German Relations
Vladařová, Leona ; Foltýn, Dušan (advisor) ; Pokorný, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis tries to describe the development of the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec (Nordböhmische Gewerbemuseum Reichenberg) since 1873, when the museum was established, to the present. Because the museum is located in a border region, where the nations of Czechs and Germans were mingled, it also tries to show the conditions in the border region and especially in Liberec, and how the Czechs and Germans competed against each other. In my thesis is also focused on the beginning of museums in Czechia and it also mentions about the Czech Náprstek's Industrial Museum, which was a competition and a model of the German Museum in Liberec.
Teenage girls as a specific user group in libraries
Ovesná, Monika ; Landová, Hana (advisor) ; Stöcklová, Anna (referee)
Master thesis called "Teenage Girls as a Specific User Group in Libraries" is focusing on users of a library between the ages of 12 - 19 years and on the design of library space for this age group. The theoretical part of the thesis aims to provide the everyday library practice with the basis for creating space for teens, including marketing, staff, services and collections. The theoretical part also focuses on the physiological, psychological, emotional and sociological characteristics of teenage girls. The situation in the Czech Republic is also introduced. With regard to the fact, that the library services and spaces for the teenagers in the Czech Republic are at their very beginnings, the examples from abroad, Germany in particular, are introduced. The practical part is realized by means of a questionnaire survey and interviews. The practical part focuses on existing and potential users of the Municipal Library in Prague, where the new space for teens should be established in a near future. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Sebastiano Ricci and his work in the czech collections
Zářecká, Markéta ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
Sebastiano Ricci and his work in the Czech collections Bachelor thesis titled Sebastiano Ricci and his work in the Czech collections. This work deals with first a brief history and Baroque art in Venice. Then there pointed out the historical context of the Czech territory and presenting artists who came out most of the Venetian tradition. There are presented life of stories of Venetian painters Sebastiano and Marco Ricci and their mutual cooperation, and this uncle and nephew. The chapter dedicated to cooperation with Marc, and chapter discusses general works, to which Marco perhaps artistically involved. The last part is devoted to a catalog of works that are owned Czech, Moravian Gallery and locks. The catalog indicated works from international collections, which are related to follow visual documentation with captions. Keywords: Sebastiano Ricci, work, Venice, Marco Ricci, collections
Sebastiano Ricci and his work in the czech collections
Zářecká, Markéta ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (referee)
Bibliographic citation Sebastiano Ricci and his work in the Czech collections: Bachelor thesis / Markéta Zářecká; Leader: PhDr. Petra Oulíková, PhD. - Praha 2015 - 70 pg. Abstract: This thesis deals with the representation of Sebastian Ricci and his works in Czech collections. Initially, the work briefly describes the Baroque painting in Venice for the period Ricci's life that follows the life story of Sebastian and Marco Ricciových, which is associated with their mutual artistic collaboration as uncle and nephew. Last, but also an important part of this thesis is devoted to a catalog of works owned by Czech, Moravian Gallery and locks. Catalog also presents works on the same theme from foreign collections, the related question regarding Ricci authorship or the exact dating of the presented works in the catalog. Finally, the work summarizes the existing knowledge and research that have been an integral part of the creation of this work. Keywords: Sebastiano Ricci, work, Venice, Marco Ricci, collections
The Ancient Lamps in some smaller Czech and Moravian Collections
Šuchmová, Jana ; Musil, Jiří (advisor) ; Ondřejová, Iva (referee)
Author's name: Bc. Jana Šuchmová Instititution: Charles University, Prague Faculty of Arts Institute for Classical Archaeology Celetná 20, Prague 1 Discipline: Classical archaeology Title: The Ancient Lamps in some smaller Czech and Moravian Collections Supervisor: Doc. PhDr. Jiří Musil, PhD. Number of pages: 89 Number of attachments: 18 Year of vindication: 2011 Keywords: lamps, mould-made, wheel-made, Greece, Egypt, Byzantine Empire, Roman Empire, museums, collections This thesis proposes to describe lamps through their emergence, mainly in the period of antiquity. Beside the lamps it would deal with the history of scholarship of the lamps, with the objects, which belong to the lamps, and the way of use of the lamps.Part of the thesis is a catalogue of lamps from four Czech and Moravia museum collections.
3D Photo Browser
Horváth, Zsolt ; Polok, Lukáš (referee) ; Beran, Vítězslav (advisor)
Today's photo browsers are no longer only browsers. Everyday are invented new innovations such as sharing photos on the Internet, on social networks or 3D vizualization. Our aim was to test a new 3D views which does not yet exists, to compare with the existing and test good and bad sides of designed solutions. Application was created with the support of the four views, two existing and two new, using the OpenSceneGraph in C++. The solution is based on the principle of attraktors, magnets, that attracts each photo according to specified parameters. Application tried eight people. Everyone got their tasks, which had to do and after that complete the questionnaire. These tasks have been derived information on usability, intuitive and efficiency. The result showed that the existing solution are more efficient, but efficiency decreased with more the number of photos. The existing solutions were twice more efficient with smaller number of photos.
Madagascar stem succulents, protected by CITES, in collections in the Czech Republic
KOUPAL, Vít
The bachelor thesis focused on review of representation of Madagascar-based stalk succulent plants as one of the main groups of collection plants under protection of CITES in the selected collections in the Czech Republic. The collections under monitoring were Botanic Garden of Natural Science Faculty of Masaryk University in Brno, Botanic Garden Libverda Děčín, Botanic Garden Liberec, Zoological and Botanic Garden of Plzeň City, Botanic Garden of Prague Capital City, Botanic Garden Teplice and a selected private collection. Data about representation of monitored herbal species were taken based on personal visit and provided lists. Florius registration programme was used for completion of data. Review of the species diversity based on representation of families showed dominant representation of Euphorbiaceae family followed by important representations of Apocynaceae and Didiereaceae families. The species of Madagascar-based stalk succulent plants registered in Appendix I and II of the latest CITES list were represented in approximately equal proportion in majority of the collections. The exceptions were two collections (Botanic Garden Liberec and private collection) with higher representation of species from Appendix I. From the point of species composition, the collections of Zoological and Botanic Garden of Plzeň City, Botanic Garden of Prague Capital City, and the private collections significantly differentiated from the other collections.

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