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203SCM3 ZK 10 8T Czech winter

Subject guarantor

Martin ČERNÝ, Milan DAVID, Jan DUŠEK, Karel GLOGR

Name of lecturer(s)

Martin ČERNÝ, Milan DAVID, Jan DUŠEK, Karel GLOGR

Learning outcomes of the course unit

The study aim is the mastery of requirements for set-design creations in all its applications and modifications with an emphasis on implementation. Development of one's creativity.

Mode of study

Regular consultation on sources of inspiration, partial treatment and one's concept. Researching the potential presentation of a set-design.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Talent. A good orientation in the history of culture. Concept consideration skills.

Course contents

The syllabus is based on the student's personal programme and projects accepted from independent study.

Recommended or required reading

J. Pokorný: Složky divadelní

Studie J. Frejky, E. F. Buriana, J. Honzla

P. Portner: Experimentální divadlo

V. Hofman: 30 let práce v divadle pro české jeviště

F. Groh: Řecké divadlo

Vitruvius: Antické divadlo

O. Zich: Estetika dramatického umění

J. Honzl: Sláva a bída divadel

V. Jindra: Scénografické principy

Časopisy - Interscéna, Scénografie /DÚ/, Acta scaenografie 1937-1950

V. Ptáčková: Česká scénografie 20. st.

D. Bablet: Scénícká revoluce 20. st.

K. Braun: Divadelní prostor

J. Svoboda: Magie divadelního prostoru

P. Brook: Prázdný prostor

Pohyblivý bod

Assessment methods and criteria

Independent studio work and at least 80% attendance at consultations are required. The summary paper is required for completion of the course.


Sources of inspiration: G. Strehler, P. Brook, productions of A.P. Čechov and H. Ibsen plays.

Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:

room K442

(Karlova 26, Praha 1)

room K442

(Karlova 26, Praha 1)

Date Day Time Tutor Location Notes No. of paralel
Mon 15:00–19:00 Atelier
Karlova 26, Praha 1
Thu 15:00–19:00 Atelier
Karlova 26, Praha 1

Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:

The schedule has not yet been prepared

The subject is a part of the following study plans