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The puppet theater building in the center of Opava
Mojžíšová, Petra ; Palacký, Ivan (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
The project presents an architectural and urbanistic solution for the redevelopment of the operational part of the Silesian Theatre and a new building of a town house with a theatre in the western part of the Horní náměstí in Opava. The main idea of the work is the connection of two subjects - the professional Silesian Theatre and the new building with a hall for amateur theatre and a children's centre. The use of the existing public space is motivated by the general idea of densification of the urban structure and concentration of culture in the city centre. I consider the addition of another functions to the monoblock of theatre to be reasonable, both in terms of sustainability and adaptation, and in terms of community.
Restoration of old mail Rousínov
Vondráková, Kateřina ; Hrabec,, Josef (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
Bachelor’s thesis deals with reconstruction of listed building of old mail in Rousínov u Vyškova and new extension. The main aim of this thesis was to design new functional use of old mail, which is currently unused. Because of the building is listed, it was necessary to keep the baroque character of building and respect building in designing of new extension. Extension and existing building form a multifunctional center in the city. The information and tourist center and small puppet show were designed as new funtional use of old mail. These services are complemented by a cafe and exhibition in extension.
Purposeful updating of a set of historical objects
Cvrčková, Dana ; Klement, Miloš (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design for the restoration of the former granary and sheepfold in the monastery complex of Porta Coeli, Předklášteří near the city of Tišnov. When conducting the architectural study, it was necessary to analyze and take into account the cultural-historical values of the monastery, its premises and its immediate surroundings, plus the structural-technical condition of the monastery complex and public functions in the vicinity. The basic idea underpinning the design was to create a place where people would gather and this bring life to the monastery grounds. Therefore the former sheepfold becomes s multifunctional hall where celebrations, weddings, corporate events can be staged in addition to municipal functions. In close proximity to the sheepfold there is the granary for which the design includes a puppet theatre and the upper floors to be used for hotel accommodation. These design features combine to create an environment that encourages people to frequent and use the monastery grounds Porta Coeli.
Pupeteering as a Family Tradition on the Example of the Kopecký Family
Petričáková, Štěpánka ; Wohlmuth Markupová, Jana (advisor) ; Franc, Martin (referee)
The Kopecky family, whose family tradition is associated with puppet theatre, is examined in this thesis, which aims to explore the perception of family tradition in three different branches of the same family. To research this issue, the tradition is also studied in different generations of a given family branch. The narrators were chosen primarily so that individual families did not have closer ties with each other. The theory and methodology of this research are based on concepts of oral history and family memory. Matěj Kopecký, sometimes referred to as the patriarch of the Czech puppetry, was a puppeteer from Mirotice. The art of puppeteering has been passed down from generation to generation and is currently alive for the ninth generation. It brings the question, how is the family tradition in the present and how is it passed on? What exactly constitutes a family tradition? Key words: family, tradition, oral history, Matěj Kopecký, marionettes, marionette theatre
Visual processing of the topic Puppet theatre by people with substance abuse
JANDOVÁ, Zuzana Vlasta
The bachelor´s thesis focuses on the artistic rendering of the art therapy theme Puppet Theatre by people with substance use disorder who are being treated in a therapeutic community. While presenting the topic of the Puppet Theatre, the work aims to provide support for the interpretation of the Puppet Theatre theme within the projective-intervention approach in art therapy. It deals with the topics of addiction and puppet theatre, which then leads to a sub-chapter dealing with puppet theatre from the perspective of art therapy. The addiction is analyzed from the point of view of its definition, forms or causes. We mention in particular the types of drugs, their impact and the treatment of addiction in the Czech Republic with regard to therapeutic communities, while the role of art therapy in treatment is introduced as well. The section about puppet theatre discusses theatre and puppets origins and purpose including their construction types. All of the aforementioned forms the basis for the Puppet Theatre in the intentions of projective-interventional art therapy, documents it by the artefacts obtained during the research investigation and analyses in to define features recurring in the work of people with addiction.
Czech puppetry of the 20th century.
KYSELKOVÁ, Františka
The bachelor's thesis is in a theoretical-practical form. The theoretical part introduces puppet as a form of art and describes its different kinds. It also deals with the development of Czech puppetry during the 20th century and puts it into historical context. It introduces important artistic associations, artists, designers, directors, amateur and professional troupes. The practical part builds on the findings in the first part of the thesis and presents the author's experimental creation of a puppet.
Puppet theatre as an educational means of preschool education
Bachelor's thesis pursues the use of puppets during preschool education to support the development of positive models of child behavior. The theoretical part is focused on the development of puppet theater, furthermore on the history, types and functions of puppets and subsequently on puppets from the perspective of the child. The aim of the research was to find out what effects the puppet theater and the puppet itself has on building moral values and on the socialization of a kindergarten child. The design of qualitative research was chosen with use of the method of phenomenological research and action research.
History of Chrudim Puppetry Museum
Matula, Richard ; Krátká, Lenka (advisor) ; Wohlmuth Markupová, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis attempts to outline the origins and development of the Chrudim Puppetry Museum, founded in 1972, using the method of oral history, archival research and available literary sources. Attention is focused on the circumstances of the establishment of this memory institution with international ambitions, the formation of its collection, the characteristics of its professional activities and the everyday life of its employees during the period of the so-called normalisation. However, the work also traces the transformation that the above-mentioned areas went through in the context of the fall of the previous regime in the new political, economic and social conditions until approximately the first half of the 1990s.

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