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Issue of Intermediation of Abstract Art in Gallery Education Programs for Primary School Students
This diploma thesis deals with the issue of intermediation of abstract art in gallery education programs for primary school students. Its theoretical part outlines the process from figurative to non-figurative imaging through the theory and history of art. The term of abstraction is further expounded by general and developmental psychology. The final theoretical part deals with the intermediation of art and all its connections, including potential difficulties which can occur. The empirical part contains a research with gallery lecturers, which brings and analyzes their attitude to the process of gallery-educational programs providing intermediation of non-figurative art to pupils of younger school age.
The differences between puppet theatre for children and for adults based on own experiences
Valenová, Lucie ; BEČKA, Marek (advisor) ; MAKONJ, Karel (referee)
The thesis discusses the differences between theatre for children and for adults. The differences are described and analysed through the two authors' puppet productions - ‘Batosnění’ and ‘Sólo Matches’. The theoretical part briefly sums up the psychological development of a child, draws on other contemporary puppet performances in the Czech Republic and talks about the Theatre for the Very Young phenomenon. The practical part draws a comparison between Batosnění (a production targeting children under the age of 3 years old) and Sólo Matches (a production primarily aimed at an adult audience). The thesis debates the experiences and findings connected to the preparations and subsequent presentations of the two productions. Photos and video recordings from both productions are part of the thesis.

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