• 12/10/2022

The exhibition “Terra(c)otto” as a symbol of the cooperation between the Terra Center and the FLU Cetinje

The joint exhibition of sculptures in terracotta by eight master’s students of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje under the name “Terra(c)otto” is the result of the re-established and successful cooperation of FLU and the Center for Fine and Applied Arts “Terra” from Kikinda, with the support of the University of Montenegro. TO Cetinje and Prijestonice Cetinje as well as JU Museum and Gallery Podgorica.
The exhibition was opened by a masterful professor, sculptor Assoc. Dr. Ivana Radovanović, and thanks to her initiative, the cooperation that was interrupted 15 years ago was renewed. International cooperation between the two institutions continued again in May of this year as part of the “Terra Student Camp” program, where for decades, the Terra studio has been presented as a teaching base for many students and their professors from Serbia and abroad, with particular emphasis on pedagogical activity and cooperation with academies. and art faculties from the surrounding area (Belgrade, Novi Sad, Timisoara, Cetinje).

Sculptor master classes for the students of FLU Cetinje Ksenia Borozan, Nikoli Balević, Sari Petrović, Aleksandra Arnatović, Milica Lakićević, Dragana Petković, Željka Pestorić and Mata Uljarević were led by Slobodan Kojić, M.Sc., academic sculptor, founder and director of the Terra Center and former professor of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Arts from Cetinje and Dr. Ivana Radovanović assistant professor of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje.
The program of a ten-day stay in the Terra studio as part of the Terra Academic Practice course was proposed as part of the regular program of the second year of the master’s academic studies in sculpture at the FLU Cetinje as part of the renewal of the Bologna accreditation.

As the crown of a successful project – student works created at this year’s master class were presented to the public on October 11 with the exhibition “Terra(c)otto” in Kuslev’s House, the gallery of Podgorica Museums and Galleries, thanks to the support of director Vučić Ćetković.

In addition to student works, programs organized by CLPU Terra and the potential and importance of future joint projects were also presented to the public.

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