Atelje Terra, Kikinda
Terra Student Camp 2022
The international sculptural-educational professional gathering “Student Camp Terra 2022” took place in the Terra studio from May 9 to 19. During the ten-day event, which was conceived as a professional practice at the Terra teaching base in Kikinda, terracotta sculpting skills were experienced by final year students of art academies from Belgrade, Novi Sad and Cetinje. Sculpture master classes were led by Slobodan Kojić, MA, academic sculptor, founder and director of the Terra Center and former professor of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje, Dr. Ivana Radovanović, assistant professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje, prof. Zdravko Joksimović from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, as well as Nikola Matsura and Aleksandar Bunčić from the sculpture department of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. Terra Student Camp is part of the regular activities of these academies and in cooperation with CLPU Terra takes place for many years.
Institutional cooperation with art academies is one of the most important segments of CLPU Terra’s cultural networking policy in the field of both art sculptors and in the field of pedagogical and educational activities. The long-term practice of the Terra Student Camp was crowned in 2018 with the signing of a cooperation agreement with the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, within which the Terra studio is conducting a study program of specialist studies on terracotta sculpture. is a unique study program in Europe and the world. Similar cooperation agreements are being prepared with the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade and the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje, where a ten-day program in the Terra studio within the Terra Academic Practice course has been proposed as part of the regular program of the second year of the FLU Cetinje renewal of the Bologna accreditation.
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