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, above all, the characteristic “good spirit of the space” is respected, it is enriched with sophisticated details, with an exceptional sense of functionality and aesthetic principles. It is estimated that about one hundred sculptures can ...

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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...

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Terra Production

As part of its development plan, Terra intends to form Terra Studio as well as to begin preparations for the production of terracotta products – Terra Production. Our plan is to educate and prepare a large number of subcontractors to participate in the production process through a series of courses. The basic idea is that all those interested will be able to, with minimal investment on their par...

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The Programme of Artists’ Stay and Work in Kikinda

The key objective of this project is to recognize, distinguish and promote the accumulated knowledge on sculpting in terracotta at the international level, by shaping the artists’ visits in domestic and international frameworks, in order for Terra to become a recognizable hub of creativity and topos of the European cultural network.

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Terratory / 2007-2014

The Terratory Project brought together artists/students of art academies from Belgrade, Trebinje and Cetinje, Beaujeu-Arts from Paris, Accademia Di Belle Arti from Florence, Academy of Arts from Thessaloniki, Academy of Fine Arts from Timișoara, faculties of applied arts from Rijeka and Maribor, University of Applied Arts from Vienna and the Lasalle College of the Arts from Singapore. Within this...

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Inclusive Art / 2018 – 2019

The Inclusive Art – Access to Culture for Disadvantaged Children and Youth Project was implemented in the framework of the INTERREG IPA Cross-Border Cooperation Programme Romania – Serbia. It included a series of activities, workshops, lectures, performances and cultural interventions, and its main goal was to achieve easier access to cultural and artistic content for children from marginalize...

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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 ...

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Outside Project / 2008-2009

As part of the OUTSIDE PROJECT in 2008 and 2009, students and professors of the Academia di Belle Arti (Florence) stayed and worked at Terra and were delighted with the conditions and possibilities that it offered. Students received the appropriate number of ECTS for the works they created at Terra. Professors and students of art academies from Siena, Thessaloniki and Timișoara, etc., also expres...

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Concept / 1991-1998

In the premises of the former Second Production Unit of IGM Toza Marković, in parallel with the International Symposium of Terracotta Sculpture – Terra, in the period 1991-1998, a thematic project called Concept was also held. On that occasion, 25 to 35 artists were invited to work on a given topic, which was conceived each year by an eminent art historian, i.e. art critic. Topics covered: Cube...

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Terra Projects Archive


Open-Air Museum

Our plan is to turn the green area that belongs to Terra into a park in which large-scale sculptures...

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Sculpting Courses

Our plan is to launch courses for art lovers from all over the world who wish to try their hand at ...

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Terra Production

As part of its development plan, Terra intends to form Terra Studio as well as to begin preparations...

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The Programme of Artists’ Stay and Work in Kikinda

The key objective of this project is to recognize, distinguish and promote the accumulated knowledge...

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