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Presentation and interpretation of the Žleby chateau after 1945 - a selected example of the management of national cultural property administered by the National Cultural Commission
Roštoková, Nela ; Indrová, Martina (advisor) ; Svoboda, Milan (referee)
This bachelor thesis aims at inquiring into the development of Žleby Chateau after its nationalisation from the house of Trauttmansdorff-Weinsberg, which was based on Edvard Beneš' presidental decrees. Attention is paid to the treatment of this cultural heritage, the operation of National Cultural Commission (NKK) and the administration of Žleby's house contents. Chateau Žleby was chosen by the NKK to be a representative of the Empire and Romanticism styles. In this role, Žleby was to be accompanied by Ratibořice, Kynžvart, Lednice and Hrádek u Nechanic chateaus also evaluated by the NKK. Because of that, the analysis is aditionally aspiring to provide a brief comparison of NKK's work at Žleby and Hrádek u Nechanic. The comparative method supplements archival research which presents the main cornerstone of this thesis. To cover the subject matter also suggests a close collaboration with today's administrations of both sites in question. The documents found within this method provide evidence about the management of the castle by the National Cultural Commission. Specifically, they concern the relocation of various pieces of furniture, but they also address the transportations that were stored at Žleby. The work simultaneously observes the transformation of the castle on two levels - both regional...
National cultural committee at the castle Hluboka nad Vltavou
Vlažný, Václav ; Indrová, Martina (advisor) ; Jareš, Jakub (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of post-war development at the castle Hluboká nad Vltavou and the process of its nationalization. What effect did the whole process have on the castle itself, its collections and the entire castle area with the park and other buildings. How was the effort to return objects taken away during the war and what problems did the castle administration run into, how had to adapt to the very often changing situation after the war and after February 1948. What roles did the National Cultural Commission and its chairman Zdeněk Wirth play in this and the tragic decision, which led to the loss of almost all the normal equipment of the castle, which was decided not to be of a cultural nature. KEYWORDS National cultural committee, castle Hluboka nad Vltavou, Zdeněk Wirth, furniture, process of nationalization of castle Hluboká nad Vltavou, Schwarzenbergs, Inventory Commission.
Selected problems of interpretation of Czech estates inscribed on the World Heritage List
Kučera, Karel ; Indrová, Martina (advisor) ; Sládková, Kateřina (referee)
The presented diploma thesis deals with selected problems of monuments in the Czech Republic, which were listed on the prestigious World Heritage List by the end of the year 2022. In the first part of the diploma theses, a comprehensive search of existing Czech inscriptions and values for which they were awarded the Outstanding Universal Value (OUV) is carried out. Management plans of individual sites (or other strategic and conceptual documents) are also researched and chapters dealing with education and presentation issues of the given sites are evaluated. In the second part, the thesis deals with the issues of interpretation and education of values for which estates are awarded the OUV. A research is carried out of how local management work with the term "outstanding universal value" in their interpretive, educational and presentation materials and if the criteria for which the monument is included on the World Heritage List are given adequate attention. And if so, whether they use methodological materials in the interpretation of values, or at least the principles defined in the International Council on Monuments and Sites Charter in the field of interpretation and presentation of cultural heritage sites - the ICOMOS charter. I also plan to check whether local museums and other institutions are...
Presentation of exhibitions in state chateaux in Eastern Bohemia after Second Word War
Ťažký, Petr ; Indrová, Martina (advisor) ; Jareš, Jakub (referee)
The period after Second Word started the changes in many areas in Bohemia. The new era also affected castles and chateaux, whose onwer became the state. Their next progression was decided by Nacional Cultural Commission. This institution selected sights to be conserved as museums but many of them were chosen for use by schools, children's homes or as hotels. The topic of this thesis is post-war presentation at monuments in Eastern Bohemia. These are the castles of Náchod, Ratibořice, Opočno and Slatiňany which are not far from each other. Their post-war progression was very different. The thesis will focus on the history of these monuments, the firts years after war, the work of Nacional Cultura Commission, the sorting of equipment, the form of the first exhibitons, the introductory historical exhibitions, guide texts ane the presentation of installations from 1990 to the present. KEYWORDS chateau, confiscation, exhibition, National Cultural Commission, equipment, Náchod, Ratibořice, Opočno, Slatiňany
Small sacral monuments of the Nova Rise and the surrounding area and their use in education
Pojerová, Magda ; Foltýn, Dušan (advisor) ; Indrová, Martina (referee)
The aim of this master thesis is to study and map small sacral monuments within a selected area - the area of Nová Říše and its immediate surroundings. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first theoretical part deals with description and mapping of the small sacral monuments in the area. The aim is to explain the historical significance of those monuments in the landscape and to characterize, with help of period sources, literature and the testimonies of witnesses, the spirit of the place the small sacral monuments bring to the landscape. The second part of the theses focuses on the practical side and is looking for the ways on how to involve the public as a part of the education, especially children and youngsters so that the legacy of these silent witnesses in the landscape would last for generations to come. The work is based on relevant academic literature, contemporary sources and also on the interviews with old-timers, story catchers and also with experts on the subject. KEYWORDS small sacral monument, cultural landscape, Nová Říše, typology of monuments, education in the monument area, chapels, reconciliation crosses, protection and restoration of monuments
Developing tradition or From exposition to interpretation: Methodology of guide services in historic interiors and exteriors
Jareš, Jakub ; Hudec, Petr ; Indrová, Martina ; Ranochová, Radka ; Hnojská, Vendula ; Sládková, Kateřina ; Jordánová, Květa ; Dryáková, Kateřina ; Rezková Přibylová, Naděžda ; Bláhová, Lucie ; Wizovský, Tomáš
The methodology provides methodological support and inspiration for the presentation and interpretation of cultural heritage through guided guided tours. It takes into account both tradition and the current demands of visitors, approaches to the protection of cultural heritage and new trends in interpretation, including foreign ones. When applied in practice, the methodology also has an impact on the general public, which is represented by several million visitors to the monuments managed by the NPÚ every year.
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Many forms of interpretation: Methodology of innovative approaches to the presentation and interpretation of historic interiors and exteriors
Hudec, Petr ; Jareš, Jakub ; Indrová, Martina ; Dryáková, Kateřina ; Kassl, Nikola ; Havlůjová, Hana ; Hnojská, Vendula ; Sládková, Kateřina ; Jordánová, Květa ; Rezková Přibylová, Naděžda ; Kazlauskas, Vendula ; Bláhová, Lucie ; Staufčíková, Helena ; Kosová, Šárka ; Neprašová, Eva ; Seidler, Tomáš
The methodology is an effort to revitalize and innovate the guide service in the environment of historical monuments under the administration of the National Museum of Natural History. This publication is a follow-up to Part I of the methodology We are developing tradition or From interpretation to interpretation and its purpose is to provide ideas, inspiration and methodological procedures on how to supplement and transform established methods of presentation and interpretation of monuments, including forms that create a parallel or alternative to guided tours . It takes into account foreign experience and interdisciplinary insights.
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Václav Wagner - an eminent figure of Czech monument care in the 20th century
Salavová, Mirka ; Indrová, Martina (advisor) ; Charvátová, Kateřina (referee)
The present master thesis "Václav Wagner - an eminent figure of Czech monument care in the 20th century" describes the life of conservationist and pedagogue Václav Wagner, who was born 7th November 1893 and died on 21th March 1962, after years of imprisomnemt. It sicusses not only his life as a complex, but his work at the State Monuments Office, outlines and interprets Wagner's so-called synthetic method of monuments conservation, and discusses professional and personal disputes with Zdeněk Wirth and Cyril Merhout. All the above findings are based on the study of archival sources and literature. KEYWORDS Václav Wagner, heritage conservation, occupation, World War II, political persecuion, Zdeněk Wirth, Cyril Merhout, synthesis method, analytical method
Culturological Aspects of Public Sculpture in Urban Space With Focus on the City of Prague
Müllerová, Kristina ; Hoftichová, Petra (advisor) ; Indrová, Martina (referee)
This work aims to capture the area of public sculpture in the public space of the city in a wider context. Geographically, the work deals with the Czech socio- cultural environment with emphasis on the City of Prague. The objective is to explicate the engagement of culture as a fundamental attribute of human existence and interdisciplinary cultural studies approach in enhancing the reflection of social reality with the historical factor. The city acts here as a specific organism which is formed by certain social, cultural and historical ties that affect significantly both the material and spiritual quality of public life and space of the town. A public sculpture, as a specific social and cultural phenomenon enters the tangible / physical environment of the city and in coexistence with the society evokes new sensory values of public space. The work also mentions significant sculptures and, last but not least, deals with methodological and practical part of this issue, namely cultural politics of the City of Prague in relation to financing and installation of public sculpture in the contemporary city. Keywords city, society, space, public sculpture, culture politics
Founding and Development of the Town of Jemnice; the Town's Cultural Heritage Protection
Indrová, Martina ; Půtová, Barbora (advisor) ; Hubáček, Ondřej (referee) ; Liška, Václav (referee)
Founding and Development of the Town of Jemnice; the Town's Cultural Heritage Protection PhDr. Martina Indrová THESIS ABSTRACT Jemnice, a smaller town with approximately five thousand inhabitants, lies near the border encountering of three historic lands - Bohemia, Moravia and Austria. Similar to places of this sort, this fact influenced strongly its appearance and the life within the town walls. We are poorly informed about the foundation of this town. In recent years, Jemnice however attracted the attention of experts; so the new fragments can be added to the mosaic of the town history. There were more reasons why Jemnice stayed away from the main interest of researchers. The most influencing circumstance appeared after World War II, when, for its location near the Austrian frontier, Jemnice found itself at the edge of a new border area. That fact of the matter substantially limited and delayed the town forwarding. The source basis for the history of Jemnice demands very careful and critical attitude. The so called Boček forgeries influenced expert opinions on the beginnings of the town for a long time. In 1832, the town suffered fire damage that destroyed not only many architectural monuments, but also most of old municipal books and documents. Perhaps this event made Antonín Boček to manufacture some...

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