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Implementation of the Cross-Curricular Subject Environmental Education in the School Subject Art Greenery as a city oasis
Zálešáková, Ester ; Pfeiffer, Jan (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
The goal of this diploma thesis is to find a way to implement the cross-cutting topic Environmental Education into the Art Education subject through an art project called Greenery as an Oasis of the City. And to find out whether it is therefore possible to lead pupils of two primary school classes to the principles presented by Environmental Education through an art project. The art project was based on the personal experience of the students gained during a few-hour stay in a selected city park and art activities that made this stay special and contributed to a more perceptive view of the environment in which the students moved. To verify the results achieved, qualitative research methods were used in the form of a structured interview with five randomly selected pupils from both classes. The students' answers showed that even through an art project, it is possible to strengthen the students' positive relationship with nature and the environment and contribute to the acquisition of internal motivation for a respectful and sustainable approach to nature. At the same time, it emerged from the pupils' answers and reactions that the overall benefit from the project for each pupil depended on the approach they took to the project, to what extent they concentrated on individual activities and to what...
Author's diary and its use in art education
Bouchalová, Anna ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on the author's diary and its use in art education while simultaneously dealing with the phenomenon of the diary in the context of art concerning pedagogical practice. The first part provides a general theoretical foundation regarding the characteristics and historical development of the diary alongside a reference to literary works, the issues surrounding the author's diary and an overview of well-known visual artists who have used such diaries in their work. The thesis also gives examples of diary-themed exhibitions. Visual artists who employ some of the characteristics of diary entries in their work are listed to understand the diversity of diaries. The text also addresses why drawing is the primary medium of these narratives and the significance of the engagement with diary work. In the practical part, the author has implemented diary principles in her project, producing four large-scale drawings made for four consecutive months. Each day's observations and thoughts were recorded on a sheet of paper. Said paper thus became a specific visual record of experiences reflecting the period in which they were created. The insights from this project and the theoretical foundation were the starting point for the final part, the didactic one. The didactic portion of the...
Microcosms: the phenomenon of Zine and its application in art education
Nováková, Barbora ; Raudenský, Martin (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
The bachelor's thesis will try to clarify the phenomenon of zine and find its application in art education. Zines are presented here as means of communication and creativity. They are non- commercial, low-cost publications that are usually produced within an interest group or subculture. The theoretical part will deal with the emergence of the zine medium, its various characteristics and meanings, and will focus on contemporary approaches to it. It will examine the possible benefits of the medium of zine in pedagogy and make suggestions on how to integrate zine into teaching, specifically in art education. The framework curricula and teachers' experience will be taken into account. In the practical part, the process of creating a collective zine will be presented, when the young generation of creators will be approached in order to create a coherent series of illustrations and designs. The zine will be produced in both digital and print formats. KEY WORDS zine, magazine, media, art education, media education, independent publishing, non-commercial publishing, design
Distributed Tool for Extraction of Information from Network Flows
Sedlák, Michal ; Grégr, Matěj (referee) ; Žádník, Martin (advisor)
This work deals with the extraction of information from flow records that are the result of network monitoring by the IPFIX system. The goal of the work is to design a tool that allows querying stored network flows created by the open-source collector IPFIXcol2. Querying is performed with the highest possible efficiency and performance in mind, which is achieved by using appropriate data structures and thread-level parallelization, as well as by using multiple machines.
water as a source
Pečimúthová, Ivana ; Sedlák, Michal (advisor) ; Tsikoliya, Lenka (referee)
Water as a Source ABSTRACT Water is a ubiquitous substance that often goes unnoticed and underappreciated in our daily lives. Its significance is often only realized during periods of extreme fluctuations, such as droughts or floods. However, the importance of water as a source of sustenance, energy, and inspiration cannot be overstated, as it is a fundamental element for all life on earth. Despite its indispensability to humanity, much is still unknown about water, including its origins and unique properties. Contemporary science is just beginning to explore these questions across various scientific disciplines. This thesis aims to address some of these unanswered questions and explore the use of water as a resource, particularly in the spa and mining industries within the Ore Mountains foothills region (Podkrušnohoří). Additionally, it examines the historical perception of water and its significance to our ancestors. The underlying assumption of this work is that emotional responses to visual art can influence human emotions, leading to increased interest and appreciation of water as a valuable resource. Through this emotional aesthetic experience, individuals can begin to recognize water as an essential component of their own being and transform their relationship with it. Selected works by regional,...
Experiencing places in the native village
Šturcová, Klára ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
The bachelor's thesis is focused on the topic of space and experiencing by means of creative processes using mostly painting technique. It is based on works of theorists and philosophers of Norberg-Schluz or Václav Cílek who are interested in these topics over a long period. The thesis is focused on relationships with places in the village where the author lives. In the first part, the author describes theoretical backgrounds of the work and integrates them to the context of contemporary Czech as well as foreign artists. In the second part, the work deals with the places in the village the author lives called Sebranice. She is close to that place and she reflects the specific atmosphere of the village by means of her paintings and their reflections. The third, didactic part contains projects (their realization and reflexion) which are based on her own theoretical and practical experience with pupils. The aim of the projects was development of sensitivity of perception and increasing interest of pupils in the places which surrounds them as well as art creation. KEYWORDS Drawing, place, genius loci, nature, village
Around me
Maatová, Ester ; Sedlák, Michal (advisor) ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (referee)
The work examines the relationship between real space and imaged space, their visual appearance and interrelatedness. It solves the question of the world of subjective and objective, real and imaginary. It places human in the role of actor, creator and viewer who interacts with the space through artistic creation. It briefly describes the development of various artistic tendencies dealing with landscape creation in context of conjunction of around me and looks for examples from selected authorities of the art world from the past and present, which it compares with each other. The artistic part consists of a closed set of acrylic paintings depicting the personal world of the author, while each of them is given an individual meaning with reference to the narrative, time and space component. The paintings are further investigated and subjected to consideration that characterizes their creation and meaning. The didactic part of the work presents a proposal for an art assignment for high school students aged fifteen, describes possible procedures and prerequisites for its appropriate fulfillment, followed by examples of eventual outputs. At the end of the work we find out about the changes in relationship between the author and space and about the changes in general approach in landscape art and...

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