The exhibited paintings and other stylistic works celebrate the uninterrupted existence of the Higher Vocational School of Applied Arts and the Secondary School of Applied Arts in Prague 3. The aim is to show the diversity of the disciplines taught here.
“Both on the works created during the study and on the future work of active graduates,” detailed curator of the exhibition Matěj Lipavský. The main purpose of both schools is said to be not only an educated student in the field who chose to study, but mainly to inspire them to expand and gradually recognize their own abilities.
Motivation for students
“We want to strengthen the healthy self-confidence of students and with it the desire to go in different directions. I think the works of the graduates exhibited here clearly prove this, “ supplies Matěj Lipavský.
The exhibition awaits visitors such as wood carving and restoration by František Skála, interesting painting by Daniel Pitrín, interior design by Barbora Škorpilová, detail of René Šulc’s armchair, costume design by Karel Glorg, promotional graphics by Matěj Činčera, scenography by Pavel Morávek and furniture design. , as well as interior design by Filip Mirbauer.
Žižkárna and Prague 3 are connected not only by its headquarters, but also by joint intensive cooperation. For example, her students and teachers participate in the production of the Žižkov nativity scene and life-size carnival masks. Prague 3 provides free exhibition space for students and recent graduates of Žižkárna in the gallery during the holidays. There are also a number of artists who have graduated from or work at this school.
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“We are glad that we can be part of the celebrations of such an important anniversary and support art, education and the use of talents in Prague 3,” rejoices Councilor for Culture Pavel Křeček (STAN). The exposition also includes an outdoor exposition on Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad.
In addition to the visitors, a former graduate of the school signed the guest book, which is located right at the entrance to the gallery. “For the year 1954 to 1958, a representative of the T46 class (industrial school of housing creation) is making this record for the current fifteen former graduates. Thanks for the show. “
Where: Toyen Gallery, Milešovská 1 – Prague 3.
When: Until October 28, 2021, open except Sundays and public holidays every day from 8 am to 6 pm.
Toyen Gallery Jan Dařílek
Works of students and graduates in the information center in Prague 3
Author: Jan Dařílek