Disk – the journal for the Studies of Scenic Production
Prof. Jaroslav Vostrý (1931) deals with contemporary Czech thinking about theatre in his study “From Theatri(sti)cs to Scenology?”. A conference in Brno organized “ad honorem prof. PhDr. Ivo Osolsobě” by the Theatre Faculty of the Janáček Academy provided an opportunity to confront with some contemporary foreign tendencies …
Czech theatre theoretician and historian Jan Císař has been dealing with amateur theatre for a long time: his experi-ence is the basis for his study „Out of Institutional Territory“. He researches the relation of amateur theatre with possible official classification on the example of remarkable amateur theatre
At first, we publish an article “What or Who Is in Danger. About the Development of Production in Free Networks (and not only there)” by ing. Václav Hanžl, CSc., who teaches at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University. The article seems to touch
The Disk magazine No. 40 opens with Prof. Július Gajdoš’s essay “Postmodernism among Us”. The impulse for writing was an exhibition in London called Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970–1990 in the Victoria and Albert Museum from 24th September 2011 to 15th January 2012. Exhibition organizers and editors
In June 2002, we first published the first issue of the Disk magazine for those interested in dramatic/scenic art and we knew that we are not interested in this field “because of the discipline itself but we perceived it in the context of culture in geographical and historiographical …
In June 2012, ten years had passed since the first issue of the Disk magazine was published. Yet the Institute for Dramatic and Scenic Art Research at the DAMU was established in 2001 with the help of Doc. Markéta Schartová, the Dean of the DAMU at that time,
To get more detailed information about specialization of the journal and content of issues, please go through articles in individual issues in the archive with English and French summaries. Topics can facilitate orientation in the themes described in Disk.