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Two Courses on Chinese Art in Spring Semester 2015 (taught in Czech)

Two Courses on Chinese Art in Spring Semester 2015 (taught in Czech)

Martin Lavicka06 Feb 2015Leave a comment


History of Chinese Painting 

Course leader: Mgr. Michaela Pejčochová, Ph.D. (curator of the Chinese Art Collection of National Gallery in Prague, Czech Republic)

Dates: 20.2., 6.3., 20.3., 3.4., 17.4.

Time: 13:15-14:45 and 15:00-16:30

Topic: During this course, students will be introduced to history of Chinese art in connection with philosophy, economy and other relevant contexts.

Students of Palacký University Olomouc can receive 3 credits after meeting the course requirements. You can sign up for this course in the University system under the code ASH/XDV1.


Iconography of Chinese Art

Course leader: Dr. Zlata Černá (chairwoman of the Czech-Chinese Society)

Dates: 27.2., 13.3., 27.3., 10.4., 24.4.

Time: 13:15-14:45 and 15:00-16:30

Topics:

  • Five Chinese Elements and Their Symbolism
  • Role of Animals in Chinese Art
  • Time and Seasonal Holidays in Art
  • Yijing from the Art Perspective
  • Motives from Neolithic Era and Bronzes
  • Mythology
  • Symbolism of Color
  • Literary Themes
  • Confucianism
  • Taoism
  • Buddhism
  • Chinese Good Luck Symbols

Students of Palacký University Olomouc can receive 4 credits after meeting the course requirements. You can sign up for this course in the University system under the code ASH/XDV2.

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