The artists will stay in Kikinda for a month, working on a large format clay sculptures in the Terra Studio. The studio located in the former “Plant II” IGM Toza Markovic since 1982 is equipped with the most modern sculpting tools and technology for the preparation and baking of clay, as well as professional staff who will help artists during the process of making sculptures. After the drying process, the sculptures will be baked in large ovens located in the Terra Studio.
Next year, large-format terracotta sculptures will be exhibited on Kikinda’s town square, and gallery formats in the Terra Gallery during the exhibition of this year’s symposium and the grand opening of the next symposium. After the exhibition, the sculptures will be part of a collection and permanent exhibition of the Terra Museum, which has been located in the former building of the Kikinda’s barracks since 2017.