• 02/11/2020

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). The courses would last from 7 to 10 days and would be followed by organized visits to different tourist attractions, which would be arranged by travel agencies (e.g. visits to museums and galleries in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Subotica (Serbia), Szeged, Budapest, (Hungary), Timișoara (Romania), the Fruška Gora monasteries or Wine Route tours through Serbia, Hungary, Romania, etc.). The Terra Centre also includes two former stables. The plan is to preserve one and restore it, returning it to its original state, and to turn the other into a museum depot, i.e. a workshop for restoration and conservation.

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