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Optical toys and animation puns in art education
Weinhartová, Kateřina ; Raudenský, Martin (advisor) ; Magidová, Markéta (referee)
This bachelor's thesis deals briefly with the history of early animation and further transition from pre-animation techniques to the world of film animation. It presents domestic and foreign contemporary work production mainly in the field suitable for working with children. It maps recent trends in the field and their further use through post-production. In addition, it points out parallels and inspirational examples from the film or gallery environment of animation. The didactic part presents the basis of the application of various methods of animation in practice with students. The objectives of the Framework Educational Plan (FEP) are taken into account here. The creative part of the thesis, explores pre-animation techniques using a thematically open set of optical toys (flipbooks, zoetropes, trauma tropes) based on the principle of visual momentum. Keywords : optical, animation, art education, art creation, optical illusion
Contemporary animation with focus on art education
Burianová, Tereza ; Raudenský, Martin (advisor) ; Jakubcová Hajdušková, Lucie (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the current form of animated production, especially the tendencies that have emerged in recent years. It presents the possibilities of different approaches to animation, working with it and its use in art classes or in workshops. Current trends are presented through specific animated films and the work of their authors. Emphasis is placed on filmography created in the Czech Republic, mostly for children. For a comprehensive view of the field, the thesis maps basic animation techniques and represents a common procedure in the creation of professional animated films. The thesis also provides a list of organizations, institutions and programs dedicated to the dissemination of animation, its education for both students and teachers interested in involving it in their classes. The author relies on a professional literature, as well as information from websites or blogs dealing with the issue of animation, its difficulties and beauties. The author herself has been interested in animated work for several years, so she also uses her own work and the knowledge associated with it as a source of information. In the practical part of the thesis, the author presents two videos. One of them is a guide describing how to make a simple animation puppet, based on the classic methods of...
Multi-Dimensional Automata and Their Applications in Visual Art
Zlevorová, Martina ; Klobučníková, Dominika (referee) ; Meduna, Alexandr (advisor)
This thesis deals with the connection between theoretical computer science and fine arts. It demonstrates the use of formal models in the creation of a new type of art by applying a twodimensional automaton on symbols found in an image.
Romantic Impulses in Victorian Literature
Beran, Zdeněk ; Hilský, Martin (advisor) ; Mánek, Bohuslav (referee) ; Peprník, Michal (referee)
The thesis attempts to discuss the character of late Romantic literature and art as it developed in England throughout the Victorian period. It follows the assertion made by G. Hough that it is possible to identify a continuous presence of Romantic ideas and methods in the writings of some major Victorian authors, and reflects the fact that there was actually no consensus or prevailing unequivocal view of Romanticism at that time, as is evidenced in the contradicting statements of such writers as John Ruskin and Walter Pater. The first objective of the thesis is thus to define the characteristic features of English Romanticism as they can be tracked down in the formative period of the 18th century and the time of High Romanticism of the first decades of the following century, and to see what transforming changes these characteristics underwent during the Victorian era. The sources of Romantic sensibility are located in the revolutionary role of the scientific discoveries of the 17th century and a new focus of the philosophical writings of that period, concerning mainly operations of the human mind. This development resulted in new aesthetic conceptions based on the two prevailing approaches, empiricism and Neo-Platonism. These theories conditioned the main concern of Romantic thought, i.e. an...
The Czech Counterculture and Its Media Representation in the Period of 1983-1987
Čížková, Veronika ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Vedral, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis "The Czech Counterculture and Its Media Representation in the Period of 1983-1987" analyses the media coverage of that part of culture of the communist regime which was set aside from the propagandized main stream - either systematically by the regime or purposely by its performers. In the first part of the thesis, besides the outlining of the era of normalization and its media, there is a description of this type of culture, both in its illegal way (so called underground culture) and its official way of providing an alternative to the main stream. In the second part, the thesis is focused on following how the media reflected the alternative culture, using the chosen periodicals as an exemplar. The method of the research uses qualitative analysis and the research material consists of periodicals Rudé právo, Tribuna, Mladá fronta, Melodie a Tvorba in the period of the years 1983-1987. The thesis concentrates mainly on music, especially on the special phenomenon, which can be called the "New wave disruption effort." Other concerned issues and revealed facts in this thesis are definite differences about the way of media coverage of alternative culture between the single chosen periodicals, and also the transformation of the way of representation during the studied period.
Paraphrase classical artwork - a didactic transformation and application of topics in art education
Košatová, Barbora ; Šmíd, Jan (advisor) ; Sedlák, Michal (referee)
IN ENGLISH This thesis has the character of theoretical studies on the topic paraphrase a classic work of art and its subsequent didactic applications for that grade school. It solves the problems of paraphrasing in the visual arts. It characterizes the aspects related to the topic, such as analysis and structure of a work of art. It focuses on the theory of shape as the basic building blocks of artwork and associated topics, which are: quotes, interpretation, image transformations and alterations. Art work is a continuation of a previous bachelor thesis, which dealt with the issue of land. It deals with the transformation of the original image resulting from the help of manipulation of individual shapes in the image, replacing the existing design to a new one. They are created in the form of the photographs from the area of pre-defined landscape Didactic section applies subject paraphrase the selected school and verifies and theoretical knowledge in practice. It depicts the topic paraphrase as a whole. The objective is to try and understand the basic principles that apply to paraphrase.
Commented translation: Les Impressionnistes (Anne Distel, Nathan/Réunion des Musées nationaux, Paris 1988, pp. 3-47)
Ullrichová, Eva ; Belisová, Šárka (advisor) ; Šotolová, Jovanka (referee)
This bachelor thesis consists of the Czech translation of a part of the first chapter (Judaism: The Journey of the Soul) from a book edited by Steven Rosen Ultimate Journey: Death and Dying in the World's Major Religions and a commentary on the translation. The commentary comprises an analysis of the source text (using an adapted form of Ch. Nord's pattern), a concept of translation method, a detailed description of translation problems and their solutions and a typology of translation shifts. Keywords translation, translation analysis, translation problem, translation shift, impressionism, impressionists, art
Madonna and Pieta (Vesperbild) : The modifications of its depictures in medieval art
Dráždilová, Martina ; Synecký, Jakub (advisor) ; Daniel, Ladislav (referee)
Martina Dráždilová: Madonna and Pieta (Vesperbild). The modifications of its depictures in medieval art /Diploma thesis/ Prague 2011 − Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Education, Department of art education, 179 pages . Enclosures: 6 original paintings on canvas, combination technology. CD with inspiratory educational project. Diploma thesis is focused on thematic antithesis Madonna and Pieta and the modifications of its depictures in medieval art. The intention of work is to present theoretical knowledges of art history in kontext with art education and to describe the limits od educational work with religious topics. The first part presents the concept of cultural christianity and its position in czech curiculum. The second part presents historical study focused on iconografy of Madonna and Pieta, and the modifications of Madonna and Pieta in medieval ithalian painting in 13th and 14th century. On the knowledges of theoretical study is based educational project for grammar school students. Vizual problems of this the project are tested in specific artistic work. Enclosure presents quantitative research of positions of kultural christianity between grammar school students. Key words Visual art, Madonna, Pieta, ithalian gothic painting, cultural christianity, educational project,...

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