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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.
Analysis of exhibitions in Rumburk museum
Kusová, Kateřina ; Jareš, Jakub (advisor) ; Sixta, Václav (referee)
This thesis deals with the analysis of exhibitions in the Rumburk museum. The aim of the thesis is to analyze the formal and content aspects of exhibitions. This analysis is based on the method of Thomas Thiemeyer. Criticism of the exhibitions is based on criticism of historical sources. This method is based on a series of questions that are modified according to the exhibitions' character. The theoretical part of the thesis deals with local museums and their role in society. In the next part, the thesis focuses on "small museums" which is as Rumburk museum as well. In the next part, the thesis focuses on the history and today of the Šluknov promontory region, which is Rumburk part of and it also presents Rumburk itself. In the last theoretical part, the thesis focus on the history and today of the Rumburk museum. The practical part at first focus on a detailed description of the exhibitions. The next part focus on formal and content analysis of exhibitions and their parts. From formal analysis follows that exhibitions are designed nouniform. Carriers of meanings are mostly exhibits. Visitors are not considered as part of exhibitions and they can not participate in them. From content analysis follows that are mostly focused on the 18th and 19th centuries. These centuries were significant for the...
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
To the Moon and Beyond: Historical Events in the Public Space
Liška, Filip ; Činátl, Kamil (advisor) ; Jareš, Jakub (referee)
In the last few years, the number of events, happenings, and other inputs in the public space aiming on commemorating history has distinctly grown. This master thesis tracks these current trends on a few concrete examples of events (e. g. Moon50: Back to the Moon, Milada 70, Korzo Národní) in the Czech environment, whereas it focuses in particular on actions of activist provenance. How do these events work with history and how do they interpret it? What meaning and function do historical events carry in the public space? Which remembrance practices are link with them? To these questions and many others, the thesis presents hypothesis supported by the qualitative analysis of outputs, production, and commentaries of the creators of the individual events. In the case of methodology, the thesis is based on theories of memory studies and public history.
Educational programs for the Archevita exhibition in Central Bohemian Museum in Roztoky near Prague
Jindrová, Lucie ; Jareš, Jakub (advisor) ; Havlůjová, Hana (referee)
The diploma thesis focuses on a museum education. The aim is to create and test its own proposals for educational programs in the Central Bohemian Museum of Roztoky near Prague. The diploma thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part is devoted to the characteristics of the museum and examines the components of museum education such as teaching methods and organizational forms of teaching. It also deals with education and presentation of archaeological cultural heritage and describes education in the Central Bohemian Museum of Roztoky near Prague. The practical part focuses on the creation of two educational programs that follow the defined theoretical principles of the first part of the work. The educational programs are intended for pupils of the sixth grade of of primary school and are implemented in the exhibition Archevita - Footprints of Ages focused on the prehistoric period. The thesis describes the creation of both programs, the definition of the target group, the description of individual activities, records and evaluates their progress. Feedback from pupils, their teachers and the educator of the Roztoky museum is used to evaluate each program. At the end, the thesis presents proposals for improving the programs and its individual activities, which the...
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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Brno Villa Quartet and Their Gardens Potential
Sobotka, Jan ; Havlůjová, Hana (advisor) ; Jareš, Jakub (referee)
The presented diploma thesis "Brno Villa Quartet and Their Gardens Potential" follows four villa gardens in Brno that are currently open to the public. It presents individual gardens and observes their changes and use over time. Brno Villa Quartet refers to four Brno villas that were built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. These are the only private houses accessible to the public as part of cultural heritage. The work asks the question to what extent gardens are used as a space for presentation of villa buildings, or the space is presented as a monument of garden art. It is a comparison of individual gardens and their presentation in the category of self-service tours, tutored activities, accompanying seasonal events and the use of modern technologies. The second part of the work is more focused on the garden of Villa Stiassni. After the description of the garden, a draft guide text for the garden of Villa Stiassni is presented. This syllabus will become the basis of new guided tours. With help of a lecturer's explanation, the garden is treated as a monument of garden art. Villa Stiassni, under the management of the National Monument Institute, will thus be the first house in the Brno Villa Quartet to offer visitors guided tours focused on the garden. Historical gardens are a popular...
The Academic Milieu in Times of Communist Vetting - Higher Education in 1948-1956. Post-war Reform of Czech Higher Education and Is Origins
Jareš, Jakub ; Kopeček, Michal (advisor) ; Petráň, Josef (referee) ; Šima, Karel (referee)
This thesis deals with a reform of Czech higher education after the Second World War. While traditional treatments follow the communist experiment from its beginnings until its 'inevitable' downfall in 1989, this work focuses on its roots and end with the adoption of the new Higher Education Act in 1950. This reversal of perspective reveals similarities between the communist reform and modernisation trends which influenced the development of higher education also in the West. We follow the discussion about the future of higher education, which went on in 1930s-1950s, try to see how universities tried to approach the tension between their freedoms and demands for serving the public, and analyse the way in which the communist reform responded to this issue. Czech higher education was formed by Humboldtian principles, which were partly implemented in mid-19th century. During the interwar period, this framework basically remained in place: higher education developed in terms of quantity rather than quality but certain problems with demanded attention also started coming to the fore. Attempts by the Ministry of Education to implement partial reforms met with resistance from the academic institutions and many academics focused on passionately defending the autonomy of universities. During the wartime, the...
The forced closures of Prague's museums and galleries in 2020. The consequences of forced closures in 2020 for Prague's museums, galleries and their adaptation in the online world
Peřina, Milan ; Jareš, Jakub (advisor) ; Wančová, Nina (referee)
In March of 2020, the Czech Republic was hit by the covidu-19 pandemic. This was followed by three waves of forced closures, which limited the activities of museums and galleries and prevented the public from visiting them. The museum presentation has therefore moved to the online sphere, where institutions sought to engage their online visitors with virtual tours, videos, social media communications and other projects. The aim of this diploma thesis was to find out what consequences the forced closures in 2020 had on Prague's museums and galleries and how these institutions managed to adapt in the online world. For this purpose, I chose the methods of a questionnaire survey and an interview. I contacted a total of 64 Prague's museums and galleries, from which I received 32 responses. The results point to far-reaching problems that forced closures have meant for these institutions. Even after reopening, visitor numbers did not return to the state before the covid-19 pandemic broke out. Nevertheless, none of the respondents is in immediate danger of extinction in the near future. The adaptation of Prague's museums and galleries in the online world turned out to be more optimistic. Institutions were able to create a whole range of interesting online projects that caught the attention of their...

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