II. International Triennial of Ceramics Unicum 2012


Organizing committee of international triennial of ceramics unicum 2012 within ZDSLU (Association of the Slovene Fine Arts Societies) and in cooperation with European Cultural and Technological Centre (EKTC) Maribor is setting up II. International Triennial of Ceramics Unicum 2012 and parallel events all over Slovenia. The emphasis is on popularization as well as presentation of contemporary ceramics as an independent area in the field of artistic creation. Triennial is connection between international and Slovene space and it gives fresh insight into artistic ceramics. Its intention is to search through elementary artistic research in connection with contemporary though; the character of contemporaneity is given by individualism, development of personal artistic language and enriched by traditional influences of old technologies.

II. International Triennial of Ceramics Unicum 2012 contains competitive part and accompanying events and exhibitions.

European Cultural and Technological Centre Maribor will host competitive part of the triennial as well as the international exhibition of ceramics of students from Art Schools and Academies chosen by invited mentors.

Accompanying events and exhibitions all over Slovenia will be organized: at Ljubljana Castle, in Koroška Gallery of Fine Arts Slovenj Gradec, in lapidary of Gallery Božidar Jakac in Kostanjevica on Krka, in Pilon Gallery in Ajdovščina, in Regional Museum of Murska Sobota, in the Grassel tower in Slovenska Bistrica.

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