Slovensko




























Shifts and revelations (HDLU), Erasmus+

Shifts and revelations
Exhibition & art work presentation
artKIT, Glavni trg 14, Maribor

HDLU Zagreb in collaboration with ACE KIBLA Maribor
29 January 2017 – 11 February 2017


The opening and presentation of works from the exhibition titled Shifts and revelations took place on Friday, 10 February at 6 p. m. at arKIT, Glavni trg 14, Maribor. The exhibition featured a presentation of the results created during the two-week creative sessions by young guests from Croatia and local mentors/artists.  

The exhibition showcases works by students from the School of Applied Arts Rijeka:
Doroti Čanak, Emilly Komadina, Josip Zrinšćak, Karla Matić, Patrik Veršićin, and the Secondary School of Applied Arts and Design Pula: Ana Savić, Lucija Opačak, Myra Rivera, Valentina Spajić. They will be presenting the process of creating artworks, which were constructed under the mentorship of Saša Bezjak, BFA, Aleksandra Farazin, professor of art education, Metka Kavčič, BFA, and Jasna Kozar, BFA.

Movements (shifts) are the essence of creation. Hand movements, body shifts; the fluidity and flexibility of ideas is what makes the world go round. This is why we sometimes say that things need to move from a dead end point or a standstill. Creation is a foundation of knowledge (realization, revelation). Creation is most often related to experience, which is why collaboration is all the more important: it is a challenge to both mentors and students; a shift from the everyday routine; a chance to work side-by-side in a creative environment. The new millennium is increasingly becoming an age of shifts, of social, economic and technological migrations we can hardly keep up with in the abundance of news and novelties. And if such shifts/movements are the essence of creativity, and creativity lies at the core of realizations, then we can hope also for a shift within the contemporary mindset     
– from a closed society towards an open-mindedness of the mind and spirit.
 
exhibiting artists: Emilly Komadina, Josip Zrinšćak, Patrik Veršićin
mentor: Metka Kavčič, BFA (painting)
 
exhibiting artists: Lucija Opačak, Doroti Čanak
mentor: Aleksandra Farazin, professor of art education
 
exhibiting artists: Myra Rivera, Karla Matić
mentor: Saša Bezjak, BFA (painting)
 
exhibiting artists: Valentina Spajić, Ana Savić
mentor: Jasna Kozar, BFA (painting)
 
curator: Nina Ira Jeza

The Croatian Association of Artists (HDLU) performs activities in collaboration with Slovenia in Maribor between 29 January and 11 February 2017, as part of the Artists for Art Education 2 Program.

The Croatian Association of Artists (HDLU) is carrying out the second project Artists for Art Education 2 as part of the EU program Erasmus+ between 1 June 2016 and 31 May 2017.

The project is conceived as an activity accompanying the 150th anniversary of The Croatian Association of Artists HDLU. A two-week mobility program for twenty-nine students from five Croatian institutions/schools of applied arts (located in Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Osijek, and Pula). The aim of the mobility program is to perform a professional training supported by mentors and professional artists in Slovenia and Austria.

More:
www.hdlu.hr/2017/01/zapocela-provedba-drugog-projekta-erasmus/

Works, Photo: Branimir Ritonja, Kibla archive























Photo: Kristijan Robič, Kibla archive































Photo: Branimir Ritonja, Kibla archive






















Sections


KIBLA PORTAL

Kibela, space for art

artKIT

Informal education

Accompanying art program

Coproductions

KiBar: cybernetic bar

Za:misel bookstore

TOX

folio

Festivals


KIBLIX

MED

Love festival

Days of Curiosity

(DA)(NE)S

Projects, Coproduction and International Cooperation


Current Projects

Past Projects

Subscribe to newsletters





Find us on:







E-Excellence Award 2008
















































MULTIMEDIJSKI CENTER KIBLA / Ulica kneza Koclja 9, 2000 Maribor, Slovenija, Evropa
telefon: 059 076 371 ali 059 076 372 / e-pošta: kibla@kibla.org