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Terra Museum

With the opening of the Terra Museum in Kikinda in December 2017 in the former manège building of the Kikinda military barracks, the decades-long desire and plan of the founders of the International Symposium of Terracotta Sculptures – Terra, to organize a permanent exhibition of sculptures in the city where they were created was finally brought to fruition.

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Specialist Studies

Since 2018, in cooperation with the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, the Terra Atelier is the venue of a terracotta sculpture specialist study programme, a unique study programme in Europe and the world due to decades of experience accumulated during the history of the Symposium.

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Open-Air Museum

Our plan is to turn the green area that belongs to Terra into a park in which large-scale sculptures are placed on display. It is an ambient in which.


Sculpting Courses

Our plan is to launch courses for art lovers from all over the world who wish to try their hand at sculpture (terracotta, ceramics, maiolica)...



For decades back, in the month of May, the Terra cultural institution takes over the role of a teaching base for students and their teachers from numerous countries in Europe and the world. Pedagogical activity and cooperation...


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Center for Fine and Applied Arts Terra