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The effect of narration and graphic notation method in learning piano works.
Tosun, Cemre Deniz ; Agopian, Vartan (advisor) ; Saláková, Magdalena (referee)
In piano instruction, new methods and strategies are intended to improve performance and accelerate up the learning process. The observation that there are some challenges in learning an instrument, given the polyphonic structure of the piano instrument, the simultaneous vocalization of both hands, and the reading of two different keys, is what led to the development of these approaches and methodologies. The aim of the thesis investigates the effect of graphic and narrative methods on students while learning piano works. In this study, rather than perceiving music auditorily, the questions of how we can transfer it to students in order to provide multiple perception with a visual and story-based study are investigated. In addition, this study is important for future experimental research. KEY WORDS Piano methods, teaching piano, graphic, narrative, musical reading, analysis of piano notes.
Graphic art of spanish artist Francisco de Goya\\"Another his foolery in the same arena"
The bachelor´s thesis entitled Graphic Art of a Spanish Artist Francisco de Goya "Another His Foolery in the Same Arena" is divided into two parts, The oretical and practical. Theoretical part describes the life of a Spanish artist with an emphasis on the historical context and then it documents fragments of his work. Further, the thesis is focused on Goya´s graphic work and then it introduces his graphic cycle which is inspired by bullfighting. The thesis describes the graphic technique used by Goya himself. The practical part is based on knowledge of chemical graphic techniques which were introduced in the theoretical parts. The aim of the practical part is to create graphic sheets, inspired by "La Tauromaguia" (the art of bullfighthing).
Graphics from the height and the depth - Vaclav Hollar - personality of Czech Graphic
This bachelor thesis has two parts - the theoretical part focuses on the personality of Václav Hollar, his life, work and also abroad work. It also devotes itself to graphic gravure printing techniques with respect to a dry needle, and as a counterpart to the printing techniques from a height - linocut. The practical part is an example of using the knowledge about graphic techniques in practice. This section contains four cycles of author's drawings on plant motifs using classical and experimental techniques in gravure printing and linocut. The basic material for the matrix is titanium zinc and linoleum. The choice of techniques is based on the study for the theoretical part of the thesis. Two matrices are the default, which are further elaborated. The preparatory-drawing documentation and the original prints are presented in a total of fourteen.
Folk text and graphic
Lukš, Jiří ; Raudenský, Martin (advisor) ; Špirk, Ivan (referee)
The dissertation "The Folk Text and Graphic Art" studies a song as a topic for graphic and book production. Within the praktical part of the dissertation the author works up a graphic design of a original song-book, which represent his former music band's texts. He surveys the clash of today's fashionable music trends with folk traditions in his region and asks a question about the character of the contemporary folk song. The author's song-book is one of answers. On the base of this effort he also presents two didactic graphic sets. First it is a project "Collection of Folk Songs" for pupils of primary schools. For older children at elementary and secondary schools the author offers a didactic set dealing with song topics in various graphic techiques. Powered by TCPDF (
Personal and family representation of Zacharias of Hradec in the Telc Chateau.
Salava, Jan ; Zlatohlávek, Martin (advisor) ; Nespěšná Hamsíková, Magdaléna (referee)
The castle in Telc is one of the few buildings in the Czech republic whose interiors from the second half of the 16th century have been preserved almost unaltered. Owner dominion Zacharias of Hradec had the castle enlarged and its interiors splendidly decorated. The decorations reflect the personal taste of the castle lord. The early designs were taken from a production of Nurnberg workshops. Later the Dutch influence prevailed. The inspiration by the Dutch engravers Cornelis Cort, Frans Huys and Swiss Rudolf Wyssenbach can be traced. Later, but not less important source of inspiration, is book Imagines gentis austriacae by the Italian painter and draughtsman Francesco Terzio. Various crypto-portraits, mainly in the Rooms that were opened to the public, may be attributed to personal representation as well. Another very specific form of representation are the bears who support the coat of arms of the castle lord and his first wife Kateřina of Wallenstain. The bears point out to a legend, according to which the castle lord's family descends from house Ursini, an ancient Italian family. The imperial chamber served for family representation as well. The chamber is decorated with portraits medallions of the roman kings and queens and several unidentifiable portraits. Although I was not able to prove...
Collaborative print making
Kejhová, Tereza ; Špirk, Ivan (advisor) ; Velíšek, Martin (referee)
This Diploma Thesis deals with an innovative view of the world contemporary graphics and its roles in the environment of czech schools. It examines printing method of various types of educational institutions - it means didactic, pedagogical, social and psychological characteristics. The knowledge gained in the author verifies the "Garden and everything that belongs to it ". Details: Kejhová, T.: Collaborative print making /Diploma Thesis/ Prague 2012 - Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Education, Department of Art Education, 123 pages. Key words: Graphic Language, Graphic Art, Cooperative Teaching, Collaborative Print Making, Fine Art Cycle, Fine Art Project.
Picture with Ongoing Possibilities
Isaeva, Andzhela ; Pfeiffer, Jan (advisor) ; Gajdošíková, Pavla (referee)
The thesis will consider ways of understanding drawing as an endless process, an experience leading to an intensification and understanding of the world, myself and capabilities of mine. Creation of long-term portrait studies, as a constant reiteration and improvement of the drawing. The theoretical part of the work defines the historical use of drawing as a material and tool for daily rituals in the visual arts, with an emphasis on artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. In the practical part, a series of portrait drawings was made in various techniques, which is listed in the theoretical part. In the didactic part, an artistic cycle on the theme "Endless drawing" / drawing as knowledge of the world was realized. KEYWORDS Drawing, portrait , self-portrait, face, graphics, artistic image, collage
Cloud Solution for 3D Models Processing
Klemens, Jakub ; Veľas, Martin (referee) ; Španěl, Michal (advisor)
This thesis deals with the possibilities of processing 3D models in cloud applications. A C++ library called Cloud3D has been designed and implemented. The resulting library is used to quickly create client-server applications. The library is divided into three separate parts: Client, Service Provider and Load Balancer. The service provider runs in the cloud and provides 3D model processing services to client applications. The biggest advantage of Cloud3D is the ease of creating new applications with its help. Other benefits include scalability, assured implementation of look-a-side Load Balancer, and security ensured by the use of SSL certification. 
High-Quality Visualization of Petri Nets for Publishing Purposes
Bednář, Drahoslav ; Kočí, Radek (referee) ; Janoušek, Vladimír (advisor)
This work is trying to solve the problem of graphical visualization of Petri nets in text publications. The aim of the thesis is to create a tool that will simplify generating of Petri nets and at the same time provide a more aesthetic graphical output than existing tools do. A simplex algorithm was used for automatic network layout. The program has both graphical interface and text mode and can cooperate well with existing tools for working with Petri nets, which the text also mentions. The program is able to load a pnml file and produce a usable image in png, pdf, and svg formats.
Iconography of the historical regions in the bohemian visual art from 17th to 19th century
DRDÁKOVÁ, Kateřina
This bachelor thesis is focused on Czech historical regions from the 17th to the 19th century. Mostly on their pictures, which are appearing in the Czech art. The thesis focuses, for example, on a graphic sheet of the university thesis by Antonín Martin Lublinský. And in particular on the thesis of Jan Felix of Brandenstein, which illustrates the fifteen Czech regions paying tribute to Archbishop Jan Bedřich of Wallenstein. From the graphic works I carry on with the allegorical Map of Bohemia in the shape of a rose, which was used as an illustration for the book The Beauty and Wealth of the Czech Lands by Bohuslav Balbín. The next part of this work will lead to the 19th century to the creation of monuments, precisely on the monument of Franz I., also known as the Kranner's fountain. Finally the work focuses on the decoration of the original stage curtain in the National Theater by František Ženíšek. I compare the regions within their illustrations and meaning. I will emphasize especially on the individual shifts that occurred in the context of the ruling Habsburg dynasty, Czech baroque patriotism and national revival.

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