2015 – Heritage of my region and my homeland

Heritage of my region and my homeland

Vernissage happened 17. 8. 2015 in Rossenberg palace.

In numbers

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

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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
UNESCO Paris
Czech commision for UNESCO

Financial support:
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

Products partners:
ARCHouse/Tomza, Primalex, REDA, Spyron

Theme of the art art:
Heritage of my region and my homeland

 

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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)

Reward:

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.

Characteristics

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