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Yesterday we opened an open-air exhibition in the gardens of the Wallenstein Palace – The Sights of my Region. Together with the office of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic we have prepared a morning programme for approximately 400 children from Prague and Pardubice egion.
The event was initiated by the Senate’s first vice-president Miluše Horská, under whose patronage the event was organized and, representing the organizers (Playful Architect), by Mr. Petr Ivanov. Also Mr. Pavel Vošalík, director of department of the foreign policy analysis (the ministry of foreign affairs), deputy mayor of the city Pardubice Mrs. Helena Dvořáčková, deputy mayor of the municipal district Prague 6 Ing. Arch. Eva Smutná and Ing. Arch. Miroslav Řepa appeared on the event.
At the beginning, Mr. Adam Mišík sang a few songs and was warmly welcomed by the enthusiastic little fans, whose attention he kept till the end of his performance.
After the ribbon-cutting ceremony, we have opened the exhibition which will be available till 29. 6. 2018 at the Dripstone Wall.
Fun workshops and quizzes took place here, for example a drummer workshop organized by the school Svítání and drummer group Mlima Jua, whose performance we also had an opportunity to hear.
Both children and adults really enjoyed the musicians’ performance, almost each of our honoured guests gave the drumming a try on the stage, the children clapped their hands to the rhythm and sang easy chants.
The sun was shining a lot, so most of the children and adults were grateful for the caps given by Playful Architect and the water bottles provided by the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. We hereby thank everyone for participating in a hope that next year we will celebrate the children’s day together with another exhibition.
Tour in the footsteps of czech baroque. Interactive exhibition for children and adults.
12. 9. – 15. 10. 2017
Clam-Gallass palace, Husova 20/158, 110 00 Prague 1
In Pragues Clam-Gallas palace is from 12. 9. to 15. 10. 2017 an exhibition Baroque in Czech lands to be see. Part of this instalation are also interactive artefacts for children. Exhibiton has an czech and english texts. It is open every day except on monday from 10AM to 6PM. Organizators are Czech Architecture Week and Playful architect.
Baroque is by experts called the last universal style of the architecture. It impacted every sphere of humans life regardless their social standing. We can meet baroque architecture everywhere around us. It is part of our everyday life without us even knowing. „In this yers edition we tried to show children with a playful output what baroque is. We wanted them to understand how importatnt the role of baroque cultar was in our country. Beacause it is also a styl we can find throughout the whole world 11 foreign schools also participated.,” explains Petr Ivanov, director of the hosting Czech Architecture Week and chairman of the Playful architect association.
Prague Clam-Gallas palace – a beautiful baroque building by the architect Johann Bernard Fisher z Erlachu was for 33 dyas place where returned the spirit of baroque times. Visitors could see models, interesting artefacts – for example from Kuks arrived two dwarfs from the sculptor Braun while the children can enjoy the interative ones. „Magnetic baroque village, column from wooden boxes or puzzle of the baroque church interior. Those are the artefacts that will keep children occupied so their parents can look through the exhibition and look at all the artefacts that came from all over the republic,” says Jan Šimr, who has a lot of experience with exhibitions for kids and with a smile adds that parents can also enjoy this interactive part.
Czech Architecture Week and Playful architec hosts thematic exhibition for the fifth time. „As in last years this year will be part of the exhibition works of children from the age of 9 – 10 years old who participated in a year long project art-architectural project. This year we added amateur videos with baroque theme which will be made by children. Videos are incredible lively, colorful and full of pozitive energy. To see what children manage to create is always the most enjoyable part of the project. And thanks to that we all do it,” says Petr Ivanov.
Czech Architecture Week
Miluše Horská, 1st vicepresident, Senat of the Parliament of Czech republic
Karla Šlechtová, Minister, Ministry of regional development of Czech republic
Stanislav Štech, Minister, Ministry of education, youth and physical education oc Czech republic and chairman, Czech commsion for UNESCO
Mons. Dominik Duka, archbishop of Prague
Vojtěch Cikrle, bishop, biskopric of Brno
Vlastimil Kročil, bishop, biskopric of České Budějovice
Jan Vokál, bishop, biskopric of Hradec králové
Jan Baxant, bishop, biskopric of Litoměřice
Václav Lobkowicz, bishop, biskopric of Ostrava and Opava
Tomáš Holub, bishop, biskopric of Plzeň
Jana Vildumetzová, předsedkyně, Asociace krajů České republiky
Martin Netolický, hejtman, Pardubický kraj
Josef Bernard, hejtman, Plzeňský kraj
Adriana Krnáčová, Mayor , Capital city of Prague
Jan Wolf, councillor for the culture, monument care, exhibitions and tourism field, Capital city of Prague
Naděžda Goryczková, CEO, National heretige institute
| Special thanks:
Richalr Vojta, memeber of the board of directors, Praguesteamboat company
Zdeněk Bergman, director, Museum of the Charles bridge
Juraj Jančina, Jančina Architects
Capital city of Praha
District fo Prague 3
District fo Praguea 6
City of Tachov
Volunteer alliance of cities of Lednice-valtice areal
| Participating emassies:
Embassy of Slovinia
Embassy of Italy
Embassy of United states of Mexico
Embassy of Brasil federative republic
Embassy of Peru
Embassy of Lithuania
| Participating institutes:
Italian cultural institute in Prague
French institute in Prague
Polish institute in Prague
Slovakian institute in Prague
| Product Partners:
| Media partners:
Prague City Tourism
Prague Event Calendar
| Autors of the exhibition:
Kateřina Semrádová, Jan Šimr, Petr Ivanov
| Architecture of the exhibition:
| Autors of the texts:
Radomíra Sedláková, Kateřina Semrádová
| Professional cooperation:
Radomíra Sedláková, Miroslav Řepa, Tereza Halusková
| Artistic rendering:
Marta Hricová, Jan Šimr
| Graphic design:
Tomáš Cikán, Petr Ivanov, SIGIT – Jiří Kudrna
| Photografic cooperation:
Patrik Opěla, Tomáš Soukup
| Building of the exhibition:
Alexej a Marek Honetschlägerovi – T.A.H.
| Organizators team:
Petr Ivanov, Sylvia Hanáková, Tomáš Soukup, Barbara Štruplová, Alice Klinkeová, Patrik Opěla, Kateřina Semrádová, Jan Šimr, Daniel P. Madrid, Dovile Valenciute
| Thanks to cooperating institutions:
Archbishopric of Prague
Bishopric of Litomeřice
Municipality of the capital city of Prague
Management of Prague Castle
The museum of decorative arts in Prague
From 23rd until 30th od August of 2017 in WHC UNESCO in Paris an exhibition of children works Baroque through the eyes of children was taking place. This happened as art of project Playful tepmple builders. In this fifth years edition of the project participated 26 elementary schools from 11 states world wide. Among children from czech republic it was children from states of North and South America, others were from Europe. The exhibition captures the view of children on this architectural phonomenom.
„Baroque is the last universal style of architecture. It has in every of the participating country its own specific form. Children view is often really diferent from our own and thats why wanted to find out how baroque culture is viwed by them,” says Petr Ivanov, chairman of the Playful architect association which together with the Czech Architecture Week hosts the project. The exhibition was open by the 1st vicepresident of the Senat Mrs. Miluše Horská.
Children had three tasks for this year: artwork, model and video. At this parisian exhibition visitors could see the first two of them – pictures and models.
This years project had three part exhibition, first was in Mariánská Týnice, second in Paris and third one in Clam-Gallas palace.
In 2016 our country celebrated important anniversary 700 years from the birth of eperor Charles the IV. (1316-1378). On this occasion we were making an exhibition not just for kids named Architecture for the crown – people and architecture in the times of Charles the IV. in Wallestein palace of the National Gallery in Prague. Exhibition happened with the auspices of the National gallery in Prague and Parliament of the Czech Republic. Organizators were Czech Architecture Week and association Playful Architect.
Vernissage of the exhibition were on 9th of the November 2016 and was solemnly launched by Mr. Jiří Fajt, CEO of the National Gallery in Prague. Among other spokesmen were cardinal Dominik Duka, archbishop of Prague, Mr. Jan Wolf, councillor of the City fo Prague for the culture, conservation, exhibitions and tourism field, Mr. Aleš Pangrác, director of the Regional Partnership and B2B Relations Department of the Czech centres of the tourism – Czech Tourism and the final word was said by Petr Ivanov, director of the festival Czech Architecture Week and chairman of the association Playful architect.
Unforgettable was perfomance of the pupils frm the Elementary school and kindergarden of Ema Destinova from Prague 6 under the supervision of their teacher – Mrs. Radka Štichová, with the song Hoja hoj from the movie Noc na Karlštejně (Night at Karlštejn castle). Thank you very much.
Children visited: more than 1170
Auspices of the project:
Mrs. Ivana Zemanová, wife of the president of the Czech republic
Auspices of the exhibition Architecture for the Crown:
Mr. Miloš Zeman, president of the Czech republic
Mr. Daniel Herman, minister of the culture of the Czech republic
Mrs. Miluše Horská, senator, Senat of the parliament of the Czech republic
Mr. Mons. Dominik Duka, OP, archbishop of Prague
Mr. Michal Hašek, chairman of the Region association of the Czech republic
Mrs. Adriana Krnáčová, primator of the city of Prague
Mr. Jan Wolf, councillor of the City fo Prague for the culture, conservation, exhibitions and tourism field
Mrs. Monika Palatková, director od the Czech centre of the tourism – CzechTourism
Ministry of culture of the Czech republic, Ministry of local development of the Czech republic, CzechTourism, Region of Czech republic Association, Czech Railway, ProCeram, Prague Boats, ČKAIT
Partners NG Prague:
Ministry of culture of the Czech republic, Commercial Bank, ČT, Pudil Family Foundation, AKKPK (advocate Krofta Pelikan Kohoutek)
Prague City Tourism, Prague Event Calendar
Primalex, Trustav, Three Brothers Production, TOMZA, NĚMEC, SPYRON
Supporters of the project Playful architect:
JUDr. Nataša Brožová, PROSPERITA s.r.o., Ing. Milan Šimonovský, SIGMA GROUP, a. s
Theme of the art part:
Architectura of the 14th centrury though the eyes of the children, Competition to be assistent of the Petr Parléř – architect of the Charles the IV.
Format and techniques: Children can choose from – painting, drawing, collage, print and from suitable medium – tempera, aquarelle, ink, coal, pencil, charcoal; format is A3 (297 x 420 mm)
1. Art work during gothic times
2. Illuminated manuscripts, scribal workshops
3. Coat fo arms, tournaments, heroldry and weapnos during gothic times
4. Construction and architecture during gothic times
Classes, which worked on the project, spend a day in Wallestein rif´ding school of the National gallery of Pargue, where they receive gifts from the organizators and partners. Thye participated in prepared program and workshops with famous architects (Ing. arch. Ondřej Šefců, M. Arch Vera Hampl, representatives of ČKAIT a lectors from Small technical university)
Characteristic of the projects Playful architect:
4th edition of the international art-architecture project Playful Architect, aimed at pupils of third and fourth grades (8-10 years) of elementary school, under the auspices of Mrs. Ivana Zemanová with the support of regions, cities, institutions and organizations, who understand range and importance of this project.
The goal of the project is to teach ti children from elemantary schools architecture the playful way. Education in architecture though the art and painting by them self adds to their development and growth, also in esthetics and logic fields. Thanks to this project children are introduced with the profession and work of the architects, history of architecture – and related to that they develop their history and geograpgic studies. They start to perceive more of the culture and surroundings around them. They will understand importance of the quality architecture in realtion to history, they discover architectonic and cultural richness and realize how important it is to preserve it and take care of it.
Characteristic of the exhibition
Exhibition Architecture for the crown – People and architecture in the ties of Charles the IV. is concipated as a walk through the gothic city with the guide. The Guide is architect of the Charles the IV., Petr Parléř. Parléř has an audience with king and he needs to take care of a lot of things – visit a painter, glassblower, abbot and buy things from shop and from taylor, also visit baths, and finaly take plans of new cathedral from his building works. Children on this walk learn about architecture, buildings, art and life of the people in the times of reign of the Charles the IV., with his person and his reign. Charles the IV. as an emperor felt that he was predetermined to continue tradition of Charles the Great. The connection of the roman and czech crown was drawn from the clan motivation: after his mother Eliška (Elizabeth) he had premyslids roots and linkage to the celebrated czech history from which the most stand out the person of Saint Venceslaw. In the middle of the 14th century the czech lands were avoided by plague pandemy which killed more than 50% of the Europe population. This was the reason for the crisis of the west and south Europe and why the Czech was propserous and manage to catch up with the other countries in politics and culture sphere.
Besides Petr Parléř kinds were introduced with on of the best friends of Charles – Arnošt of Pardubice (1st archbishop of Prague), Master Havel of Strahov (Charles’s personal physician and astrologer).
Exhinition were made of scenery, models, artefacts and replicas of periodic objects, panles with information and pictures (image part was accented). Part of the exhibiot was continuous task for children – puzzle of stained glass (gothic window) and workshops – practical part, where children could try out some of the work by themself and make a thorough study.
Participating schools from Czech republic in project (14):
Elementary school North – Hradec Králové; Elementary school Na Balabence – Prague 9, Libeň; Elementary school Obránců mírů – Most; Elementary school and kindergarden of Ema Destinnová – Prague 6; Elementary school Hanspaulka – Prague 6; Elementary school and kindergarden Janovice – Frýdlant nad Ostravicí; Elementary school and Kindergarden Březová – Opava region; Elementary school and Kindergarden Větřkovice – Opava region; Elementary school and kindergarden Skřipov, Opava region; Elementary school and kindergarden Husova – Brno; Elementary school Mozartova – Olomouc; Elementary school Donovalská – Prague 4 Chodov; Elementary school Nádražní – Ostrava; Elementary school and Kindergarden Jiráskovo náměstí – Hradec Králové
Participating schools from Czech republic in the exhibition (21):
Elementary school and kindergarden Vlkoš u Přerova; Elementary school Prague 7- Korunovační; Elementary school and kindergarden Petřiny-south, Prague 6; Elementary school sv. Voršily in Prague; Elementary school with extendended education in language Faculty school of PedF Uk Prague 2 – Kladská 1; Youth centre Prague 5; High school of hotel manegement and gastronomy Prague 9 – Klánovice; Elementary school and kindergarden Kněžmost, Mladá Boleslav region; Elementary school Sázavská – Prague 2; Elementary school and kindergarden Bílá – Prague 6; Elementary school Gate language with extendended education in math – Uhelný trh, Prague 1; Elementary school Prague 2 – Vratislavova; Elementary school Special and practical school Rooseveltova – Prague 6; Elementary school Prague 3 – Lupáčova; Happy school – ecclestical elementary and elemenatry art school Soukenická – Prague 1; Faculty elementary school of prof O. Clup, Prague 13; Elementary school and kindergarden of T. G. Masaryk separated workplace Bělohorská – Prague 6; Elementary school – Dr. Peška Chrudim; Elementary school Tusarova – Prague 7; Technical collage of storeware and sculpture Hořice; Elementary school Prague 10 – Nad Vodovodem; Elementary school Hornoměcholupská Prague 10 – Hostivař….
Participating countries (15):
Brasil, Bulgary, Croatia, Italy, Israel, Lithuania, Hungary, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Austria, Romania, Slovinia, Serbie, USA
Participating foreign school (23):
Escola Canto dos Pássaros – Brasil; Gymnasium od Saint Sv. Cyril a Metoděj – Bulgary; Elementary school Horvati – Croatia; Máriaremete-Hidegkúti Ökumenikus – Hungary; State Primaria di Piteccio – Italy; Šiaulia „Sandoros“ Progymnasium – Lithuania; American School – Peru; Základní škola č. 44 im. Jana III Sobieskiego – Poland; Private Volksschule Sacré Coeur – Austria; El Sharq – Nazareth, Israel; Habiluim – Ramat Ga, Israel; Moriya – Barkai -Haifa, Israel; Afek school -Kibutz Afek, Izrael Tali – Jerusalem, Israel; Reime – Ashdod , Israel; Yigal alon – Sderot, Israel; Teoretické gymnasium „Nicolae Balcescu“ – Romania; Oš Poljane – Slovinia; Škola „VUK Karadžić“ – Serbia; Poly Ppep Country Day Middle School – USA; Intermediate School PSIS 187 – USA; PS 39 – The Landmark School – USA; Colegio Hebreo Sefaradi – Mexico
Brazil, Bulgary, Croatia, Italy, state of Israel, Lithuania republic, Hungary, United states of Mexico, Republic of Peru, Republic of Poland, Republic of Austria, Romania, Slovinia, Serbia, United states of America
Heritage of my region and my homeland
Vernissage happened 17. 8. 2015 in Rossenberg palace.
Participating states: 19
Participating schools: 40
Children who visited: more than 1200
Turnout: 29 779 people
Auspices of the project:
Mrs. Ivana Zemanová, wife of the president of the Czech republic
Mr. Marcel Chládek, minister, Ministry of education, youth and physical education of Czech republic
Auspices in common with the festival Czech Architecture Week Prague 2015:
Mr. Daniel Herman, minister, Ministry of culture of Czech republic
Mr. Stanislav Blaha, chairman, Assocition of the historical residences od Czech, Moravia and Slezia
Mrs. Naděžda Goryczková, CEO, National heritage institute
Mrs. Adraina Krnáčová, Mayor of the Capital city of Prague
Czech commision for UNESCO
Ministry of culture, Czech Tourism, City of Prague, Trustav
Partners of the project:
Czech Railroads, ČKAIT, festival Architecture Week, The Prague Public Company, Panasonic, Neumanka Gallery
ARCHouse/Tomza, Primalex, REDA, Spyron
Theme of the art art:
Heritage of my region and my homeland
Format and technique:
Children worked with chosen technique (painting, drawing, collage, print) and with suitable medium (tempera, aquarell, ink, coal, pencil, charcoal) on paper A3 (297x420mm)
Classes which participated on the project spent a day at Prague Castle, where they received gifts from organizators and partners. We divided them with colored hats to enjoy the preparde program and worksjops with famous architects (Ing. arch. Zdeněk Lukeš, Ing. arch. Tadeáš Goryczka, Ing. arch. Bohumil Beránek, MgA. Viktorie Součková, Ing. arch. Barbora Markechová, Ing. Šárka Janoušková, Ing. Dominika Hejduková, M. Arch Vera Hampl, Dott. Ssa Michaela Žáčková Rossi, Ing. arch. Marek Štěpán and Ing. arch. Miloš Roháček). All af the children also could explore Plečnik’s South gardens of the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, they gone through the architectonic exhibition in St. George monastery with the theme Heritage of my homeland.
3rd edition of the internation art-architektonics project Playful architect, aimed at pupils of elementary schools (8-10 years old), happening under the auspicion of Mrs. Ivana Zemanová and with cooperation wtih regions, cities, institutions and organizations, which understood reach and imporatence of this project.
The goal of the project Playful architect is to bring closer the children to the architecture. Education of our children in this field through their actual artistic work adds to their growth, esthetics and logic. Thanks to this projects children learns about the architects profession and their work, history of architecture and related to that also adds to their education in hostory and geographic fields, tehy started to perceive more of their surroundings and culture. They will understand the importance of quality architecture for the everyday life and in historical connections, they discover architectonics and cultural richness and understand how important it is to keep our heritage and take care of it properly.
Every year participating children first meet up on lecture or tour with architecture theme and they together do their art work. This year we pickes as a theme Heritage of my region and my homeland. Because of participation of 26 foreign schools from 18 states, our children learn a lot of about czech and foreign surrondings. Chosen children artworks were exposed and standalone exhibition in Rosenberg palace at Prague castle under the name of Playful heritage of my homeland.
Importance of the project:
Among others the benefit of the project Playful architect is to help childrne on complex ways to develop broad spectrum of abilities (art, work with materials – even with less common, new techniques, new utensils, depth perception), manual skills, supports creativity. Also it adds to knowledge children gained in other school subjects (like history, geography, math, geometry, art etc.) with personal experience and natural playfulnes of children.
Also it liven up the school studies in adequate way. We are making an emphasis on correct working habits and procedures and development of handwork which is a bit lost in nowadays technical world and our children are having trouble to write and draw by hand. We can’t even mention coordiantion eye-hand and fine motorics.
Project allows children to work together regardless to their different abilities, preconditions and specifics needs. It allows cooperative and individual aproach to educative work. Interdiciplinary projects can show some and help to grow to some extraordinary talents kids might have and whih could be hidden in usual school enviroment.
Children can work individually or in groups, they meet new and interesting people, artists and figures from architecture and politcs whom they couldn’t normally meet.
Participating cities from Czech Republic (14):
Brno, Hradec Králové, Chrudim, Kroměříž, Lednice, Olomouc, Ostrava, Pardubice, Prague 6, Tábor, Valtice, České Budějovice (partner of the participation of the school in Playful architect), Prachatice (partner of the participation of the Galerie Neumannka), Most (partner of the participation is Ústí region)
Participating schools from Czech republic (14):
Elementary school Hroznová – Brno; Elementary school Dukelská – České Budějovice; Elementary school Štefánikova – Hradec Králové; Elementary school Školní náměstí – Chrudim; Elementary school Slovan – Kroměříž; Elementary school Lednice; Elementary school Obránců míru – Most; Elementary school Komenium – Olomouc; Elementary school Provaznická – Ostrava; Elementary school Štefánikova – Pardubice; Elementary school and kindergarden of Ema Destinnová – Prague 6; Elementary school Národní – Prachatice; Elementary school and kindergarden Tábor; Elementary school Valtice
Lectures for czech children prepared:
Ing. arch. Marek Štěpán (Brno); Mgr. Eva Kubalíková (České Budějovice); Mgr. Jana Jišková (Hradec Králové); Ing. arch. Marek Janatka (Chrudim); Mgr. Jan Obšivač (Kroměříž); PhDr. Eva Řezáčová (Lednice); Mgr. Jan Peer (Most); Ing. arch. Libor Dašek (Olomouc); Ing. arch. Cyril Vltavský (Ostrava); Ing. arch. Pavla Pannová (Pardubice); Mgr. Libuše Špírková (Praha 6); Ing. Arch. Jakub Nepustil (Prachatice); Ing. Arch. Miloš Roháček (Tábor); Ing. Přemysl Krejčiřík, PhD. (Valtice)
Participating countries (18):
Brasil; Bulgary; China; Denmark; Gran Canaria; Croatia; Italy; Israel; Hungary; Morocco; Mexico; Peru; Poland; Romania; Slovakia; Slovinia; Serbia; Venezuela
Participating foreign schools (26):
Brasil: School Canto dos Pássaros – Rio de Janeiro; Bulgary: Elementary school 20th April and Elementary school Sveshtenik Nedelio Ivanov – Panagurište; China: Scool of special education Xiangtan – Hunan province; Denmark: School Øster Farimagsgades – Copenhagen; Gran Canaria: CEIP Tagoror – Santa Cruz de Tenerife; Croatia: Elementary school Horvati – Zagreb; Italy: Elementary school Piteccio – Pistoia; Complex institut Italo Svevo plesso Domenico Lovisato – Terst; Isael: Elementary school Leo-Baeck – Haifa; Elementary school Moriya-Barkay – Haifa; School of art and science – Gilo Bet – Jerusalem; Elementary school Al-Sharq – Nazaret, Elementary school Omarim – Omer; School Madaim-Alon – Sderot; School Habiluim – Ramat-Gan; Hungary: Ecumenic Elementary school Máriaremete-Hidegkúti – Budapest; Morocco: Le Studio des Arts Vivants – Casablanca; Mexiko: School Bet Hayladim – Mexico City; Peru: SS.CC Recoleta – Lima; Polsko: Elementary school nr 44 im. Jana III Sobieskiego – WrocŁav; Romania: Theoretical secondary school “Grigore Moisil” – Temeshvar; Slovakia: Elementary school Karpatská – Žilina; Slovinia: Elementary school of Anton Tomaž Linhart – Radovljica; Serbia: Elementary school Drinka Pavlović – Belgrade; Venezuela: Plastilinarte – Caracas
Participation of the foreign children was prepared with embassies, architects and coordinatos abroad:
Embassy of Brasil federative republic, M. Arch Vera Hampl – architect, André Rocha – School;
Embassy of Bulgraian republic, Bulgarian cultural institute;
Embassy of the kindom of Denmark, Kirsten Hanne Hansen – school;
Hui Chen – professor, University of Hunan (China)
Spain embassy, Institut Cervantes, Constanze Sixt – architect (Gran Canaria);
Embassy of the Croatian republic, Biserka Matić-Roško – architect;
Embassy of the Italian republic, Andrea Giordano – architect, Trieste;
Michaela Zackova Rossi – Pistoia;
Ministry of education Israel, Embassy of Israel, Dalit Atrakchi, Baruch Baruch, Irit Tzaraf Netanyahu, Neta Dubinsky;
Embassy of Hungary, Hungarian cultural institute, Lakos Attila – school;
Embassy of the United state of Mexico, Juan Pablo Serrano, Jorge Arditti – architects;
Moroccan ministry of the local development, Catherine Caucheteux, Zakia Benniss – school;
Embassy of Peruvian republic, Javier Artadi – architect;
Embassy of Poland republic, Poland cultural institute, City of WrocŁav – Jacek Barski, Urszula Krasoń – school;
Embassy of Romanian republic, Romanian cultural institute, Brindusa R. Havasi – architect;
Embassy of Slovakian republic, Slovakian cultural institute, City of Žilina, Eva Smolková – school;
Embassy of Slovinia republic, Barbara Viki Šubič – architect;
Embassy of Serbian republic, Ksenija Smoljanic – architect;
Embassy of Bolivarian republic of Venezuela, Antonia Villaroel Bastardo
The Playful Architect exhibition takes place in Tel Aviv on the premises of the Israel Association of Architects from 5th to 28th of May 2015. The artworks of children from 20 Czech schools were supplemented by the pictures from 7 Israeli schools. The exhibition starts on 5. 5. 2015 at 19:00.
Neri Bloomfield School of Design
Ramat Gan School
The Playful Architect in Florence!
On the 12th of December 2015 a vernissage which initiated the exhibition The Playful Architect in Centro Congressi al Duomo in Florence took place. The partners of the exhibitions are the Honorary Consulate in Florence, The Romualdo Del Bianco foundation; and the main partner is ARCA -Amici Repubblica Ceca Associati aCentro Congressi al Duomo.
The honorary consul Giovanna Dani Del Bianco, vice-president of the foundation Romualdo Del Bianco, Mrs. Carlotta Del Bianco, the playful architects from the Pistoia school with their teachers Patrizia and Beatrice and their headmaster Mr. Maurizio Monti and of course the representatives of The Playful Architect participated on the event.
Thus, the organizers continue in the long term collaboration and Florence is beginning to be a traditional exhibition place of the project The Playful Architect. The exhibition will present all the 19 participating states to the public in the third annual project.
First edition of Playful architect.
Opening night was on 23. 9 2013 at Prague catles Monastery of Saint George.
Chldren visiting the Prague castle: 600
Turn out: 6 486