• 03/05/2010

Clay-Play / 2010

The Centre for Fine and Applied Arts – Terra, participated as one of the partners within the European IPA Cross-Border Cooperation Programme Hungary-Serbia 2010. The holder of the Clay-Play Project was the Preschool Institution Dragoljub Udicki from Kikinda, while a preschool institution from the Hungarian city of Makó was the second partner. The project started in July 2010 and lasted for six months, under the slogan “Good neighbours create the future together”.

On that occasion, with the professional help of employed artists and pedagogues from Terra, accompanied by preschool teachers and parents, twelve children from Kikinda, aged 5 to 6, and ten children from Mako, aged 3 to 6, created their sculptures in the Terra Atelier.

By having children sculpt in clay, the Clay-Play Project achieved a communication between children through “visual language”.

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