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Title: The creative drama method in cultural heritage education: Bursa Grand Mosque Abstract: The research presented here is based on the idea of using creative drama, which adopts the principle of learning by doing and experiencing, as a method to teach individuals about the artistic and historical elements of religious architecture and increase their sensitivity to cultural heritage. This particular study involved introducing Bursa Grand Mosque to 9th grade students, with the aim of raising their awareness of their cultural heritage through processes based on creative drama. The positive feedback from students showed the project was a success, and the authors propose that similar programmes in other mosques will provide historical and cultural contributions in terms of forming a connection between yesterday, today and tomorrow, and having a long-lasting, lifelong impact on the lives of students. Authors: Kilicaslan Hare, Aktumsek Hulya Publication order reference: Karadeniz Technical University, Department of Architecture, Trabzon 61080, Turkey, e-mail: hkkilicaslan@gmail.com; Creative drama instructor, Creative Drama Association, Bursa 16130, Turkey, e-mail: hulyaakce16@hotmail.com Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2020, vol.: 8, number: 1,  pages: 5-17. Key words: cultural heritage, cultural heritage education, creative drama, Bursa Grand Mosque online full-text PDF Title: Expositional design of the Audi museum in Ingolstadt: representation of the brand’s characteristics in automobile industry history Abstract: Modern automotive brand museums belong to the corporate museum class; thus, they are versatile in that they perform multiple tasks. They not only satisfy the visitors’ desire to receive new information, but also realise the business goals of brand representation, both increasing loyalty to it, and developing corporate culture. The current trend in automotive brand museums’ design is that the artistic solutions for the exhibition environment form associations among visitors that reflect the personality of a particular brand. This article analyses the scenario-design organisation of the museum exhibition of the Audi brand, which, during over 100 years in the automotive market, has formed its unique and inimitable image. Here we reveal the design means of exposition construction, where the exhibits are integrated into the economic and social conditions of their existence, forming an idea of important milestones in the history of the twentieth century. Authors: Bondarenko Iryna, Bondarenko Bohdan, Gonchar Olena Publication order reference: Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts, Faculty of environment design Ukraine, e-mail: bondirra@gmail.com; e-mail: apokryphos.87@gmail.com; helengo663469@gmail.com Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2020, vol.: 8, number: 1,  pages: 19-30. Key words: museum, car, Audi brand, design, museum exhibition, corporate style online full-text PDF Title: History and memory of hospital sites. On the example of the “old” hospital in Topoľčany Abstract: This paper deals with the site of the old hospital in Topoľčany, which is listed among Slovakia’s national cultural sites. It combines selected historical and ethnological approaches to the research of the site and its structures with the aim of capturing its historical and ethnological links and values within an urban environment. The paper is an output of a scientific project featuring the cooperation of several scientific and research institutions which are active in the technical, social, and human sciences.  Authors: Tišliar Pavol, Kačírek  Ľuboš , Janto Juraj Publication order reference: Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Department of Ethnology and Museology, Gondova 2, 811 02  Bratislava, Slovakia, e-mail: pavol.tisliar@uniba.sk; lubos.kacirek@uniba.sk; juraj.janto@uniba.sk; Masaryk university, Faculty of Arts, Department of Archaeology and Museology, Arna Nováka 1, Brno 602 00, Czech Republic, e-mail: tisliar@phil.muni.cz Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2020, vol.: 8, number: 1,  pages: 31-45. Key words: urban history, historical approaches, ethnological approaches, the “old” hospital site in Topoľčany, Slovakia, the nineteenth and twentieth centuries online full-text PDF Title: The Late Gothic Chapel of St Barbara in the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in Banská Bystrica Abstract: The present study maps the history of the Chapel of St Barbara in the Parish Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary in Banská Bystrica from several aspects. The first part of study follows the building and historical development of the chapel. In the second part, the original furnishings of the chapel, of which the altar of Master Paul of Levoča is still preserved, are the focus. The third and last part focuses on the funds bound to the chapel, through which it is possible to observe the intricate interconnections of the local burghers’ families. In addition to the aforementioned, the author attempts to look through the history of the chapel into the wider historical context of the town of Banská Bystrica in that period. Authors: Mičková Zuzana Publication order reference: University of Matej Bel in Banská Bystrica, Faculty of Law, Department of History of State and Law, Komenského 20, 974 01 Banská Bystrica, Slovakia, e-mail: zuzana.mickova@umb.sk Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2020, vol.: 8, number: 1,  pages: 47-65 Key words: Banská Bystrica, Church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary in Banská Bystrica, late Gothic, Chapel of St Barbara, endowment online full-text PDF Title: The population of Imereti, Mingrelia, and Guria in the first half of the nineteenth century: lifestyles and morals Abstract: This paper examines the lifestyles and morals of certain Georgian tribes in the Northwestern Caucasus. The focus is on tribes such as the Imeretians, Mingrelians, and Gurians. The authors draw upon a 13-volume work entitled Acta of the Caucasian Archeographic Commission, as well as a pool of materials from Russian ethnographic expeditions compiled into a work entitled The Peoples of Russia. The authors conclude by stating that adjoining areas in the western part of the former Georgian kingdom were home to three Georgian tribes, which were very much alike: the Imeretians, Mingrelians, and Gurians. These tribes formed a sort of enclave, as many of their national traditions echoed those of their neighbours. Yet each of their traditions also contained features that were exclusive to one ethnicity alone, making the population of these tribes unique in their lifestyles and customs. Having said that, the tribes’ neighbours, such as the Abkhaz, Circassians, and Khevsurs, had lifestyles and customs that were similarly typical of their specific particular ethnicities alone. Authors: Ivantsov Vladimir, Cherkasov Aleksandr, Bratanovskii Sergei, Koroleva Larisa Publication order reference: Sochi State University, 94 Plastynskaya str., 354003 Sochi, Russian Federation; International Network Center for Fundamental and Applied Research, 1150 Connecticut Ave. NW, 20036 Washington D.C., USA, Volgograd State University, 100 Yniversitetskii prospekt, 400062 Volgograd, Russian Federation, e-mail: sochi003@rambler.ru; Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, 36 Stremyannyii pereylok, 117997 Moscow, Russian Federation, Institute of State and Law of RAS, 10 Znamenka str., 119019 Moscow, Russian Federation, e-mail: bratfoot@mail.ru; Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, 28 Germana Titova str., 440028 Penza, Russian Federation, e-mail: la-koro@yandex.ru Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2020, vol.: 8, number: 1,  pages: 67-77. Key words: Imeretia, Mingrelia, Guria, population, first half of the nineteenth century, traditions online full-text PDF In  Practice Title: The restoration/conservation in Georgia: past, present, future Abstract: From the end of the 1990s, an issue relating to methodological problems of protection and conservation of specimens of cultural heritage became especially acute in Georgia. At the same time, various kinds of mistakes were observed in restoration and repair works conducted on movable and immovable monuments. Due to recognition of this urgent problem, at the end of 2004, the Rector of Tbilisi Academy of Art initiated the establishment of a Faculty of Restoration, Art History and Theory in the State Academy of Arts of Tbilisi, the aim of which was to establish a scientific basis on which to conduct the conservation-restoration of specimens of cultural heritage, and many steps were taken in this direction. Authors: Kuprashvili Nana, Mikaberidze Lela, Dzigua Natia, Bugadze Nino, Meliva Tamara Publication order reference: A. Kutateladze Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, 22 Griboedovst. 0108, Tbilisi, Georgia, e-mail: nana.Kuprashvili@art.edu.ge, e-mail: lelamikaberidze@yahoo.com, e-mail: ndzigua@yahoo.com, e-mail: tamarameliva@gmail.com Source: Muzeológia a kultúrne dedičstvo, year: 2020, vol.: 8, number: 1,  pages: 79-83. Key words: cultural heritage, conservation, development, teaching, Georgia online full-text PDF Books  received  and  reviews  Zdena Krišková: Konferencia „Múzeá v prírode – koncepcie, realita a vízie“, 15.- 16. mája 2019 vo Vychylovke  (p. 84) online full-text PDF
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