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Art Education in Croatia

 

J O Y - Feeling of joy in digital photos of students aged 12 – 19.
9th to 28th Nov 2012, Town Museum and Gallery in Jastrebarsko, Croatia.
JOY-Radost dig ph, 12-19 ys, 2012 - catalog pdf

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ZAMKE CETVRTASTE ŠUME / TRAPS OF THE SQUARE LOOKING FOREST (PDF, 4,47 MB)

The Story of Lost Toys / PriCa o izgubljenim igraCkama (PDF, 5,68 MB)

These books were created by 4-6 year old children with their teachers at The University of Melbourne's Early Learning Centre, during a cross-cultural exchange project with P*elica Kindergarten in Zagreb, Croatia. The project encouraged understanding of other cultures through the exchange of letters, drawings, personal stories, photographs as well as ecological and cultural features and symbols of the other country. The eight month project involved 41 children and resulted in a children's art exhibition in Zagreb and the publication of "Traps of the Square-Looking Forest" in Croatia and "The Story of Lost Toys" in Australia. Both stories have been published in dual languages and exchanged with the children of each country.

 

CALL FOR THE ENTRIES for the 3rd INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION of the Project “How to communicate feelings in the medium of digital photo?” (JOY), students aged 12 – 19

ENTRY FORM
PHOTO RELEASE FORM

The bilingual catalogue of the international exhibition "Feeling of pain in artwork of students aged 12 – 19 expressed in the medium of digitalphoto", held in the Miele Gallery in Zagreb, 19 – 31 Dec 2011. (PDF)

The Croatian-English bilingual catalogue of the international exhibition "Feeling of pain in artwork of women artist-educators expressed in the medium of digital photo ”, held in the Izidor Kršnjavi Salon in Zagreb, Croatia, 15 – 23 Nov 2010.

More about the Project may be viewed at the HRV-InSEA website www.hrv-insea.hr (projects) and the Akademija-Art portal website www.akademija-art.hr.

 

Tribute to the late Prof. Bogumil Karlavaris

USSEA EDVIN ZIEGFELD AWARD 1993 - Document finally handed over to his widow Dr. Ute Karlavaris by InSEA Vice President Marjan Prevodnik on the occasion of the Opening of an Art Show with last works of Prof. Karlavaris on June 9, 2011 in Rijeka.
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Ivica Karlavaris, Dr. Ute Karlavaris,
Marjan Prevodnik

ERC informs about:
"Vratimo djeci Likovni!
Art classes back to Children"

Mirjana Tomasevic-Dancevic won the 1st prize at the 2nd International festival of artistic flags, Street FestivalCest is d' Best, Zagreb, for the flag titled "To express yourself visually."
 


InSEA World Councillor – European region
Croatian Council of InSEA (HRV-InSEA)

President of HRV-InSEA
Mirjana
Tomaševic Dancevic
mag. History of Art and Visual Arts
School of Applied Arts and Design, Zagreb
Donje Svetice 38, 10000 Zagreb , CROATIA
GSM: +385 (0)91 782 9999
e-mail: mirjana.tomasevic@zg.t-com.hr
mirjanatomasevicdancevic@yahoo.com
website: www.mirjana-tomasevic.com
http://www.hrv-insea.hr/

 

HRV-InSEA Report 2010



HRVATSKO VIJEĆE MEÐUNARODNOG DRUŠTVA
ZA OBRAZOVANJE PUTEM UMJETNOSTI – InSEA
HRV-InSEA, 10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

Croatian Council of InSEA (HRV-InSEA)

website: www.hrv-insea.hr

General Information about HRV-InSEA:

The Croatian Council of InSEA (HRV-InSEA) is an ungovernmental society that gathers and connects art educators at all levels of art education from early education teachers to university professors, artists, sociologists, psychologists, art historians, and members of other professions interested in education through art in Croatia and worldwide.

Its main residence is in Zagreb. At the moment the address is: HRV-InSEA,c/oMirjana Tomašević Dančević, Jarnovićeva 3, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia.

The first President of the HRV-InSEA (as a new formed society in Croatia after its secession from Yugoslavia) was Prof. Dr. Radovan Ivančević.

In Memoriam Professor Dr. Radovan Ivančević

From 2002 to May 2004 the President was Prof. Dr. Vera Turković.
From January 2005 the President of the HRV-InSEA is Mirjana Tomašević Dančević. (She was the acting president from May to December 2004.)

HRV-InSEA website www.hrv-insea.hr is launched in May 2009.


Što je InSEA? Što je HRV–InSEA? (PDF)

Croatian members of InSEA & HRV-InSEA at InSEA Congresses from 1991* to 2009 / Hrvatski članovi InSEA-e i HRV-InSEA-e na InSEA kongresima od 1991.* do 2009 (PDF)

HRV-InSEA Members List & Contact Addresses / Clanovi HRV-InSEA-e i adrese za kontakt
(PDF)

Annual Reports HRV-InSEA (PDF)



Individual InSEA Members


Member of the European Regional Council
President of the Croatian Council of InSEA  (HRV-InSEA)

Mirjana Tomašević Dančević
mag. History of Art and Visual Arts
School of Applied Arts and Design, Zagreb
Donje Svetice 38, 10000 Zagreb , CROATIA
GSM: +385 (0)91 782 9999
e-mail: mirjana.tomasevic@zg.t-com.hr
website: www.mirjana-tomasevic.com

Djecji likovni natjecaji (PDF)

Art, Early Learning of English and Cultural Identity Awareness (PDF, 1.38 MB)

7. europski kongres InSEA, 1 – 6. srpnja 2004, Istanbul – Kapadokija, Turska (PDF)

Treba li nam na početku 21. stoljeća udžbenik likovne kulture? (PDF)


Past Vice President of InSEA
Emil Robert Tanay
Vice President of InSEA
Academy of Fine Arts
Ilica 85
10000 Zagreb
CROATIA
e-mail: emil-robert.tanay@public.carnet.hr


Vera Turković, Ph.D.
ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
Ilica 85
1000 Zagreb
CROATIA
e-mail: vera.turkovic@zg.
t-com.hr

REUNIFICATION OF ART AND SCIENCE

Ivancevic, R adovan; Vera Turkovic (eds) (2001) Vizualna kultura i
likovno obrazovanje/ Visual Culture and Art Education.

(Content/Sadržaj) (PDF)

International Conversations Through Art, Culturelink review, no.38/November 2002 (PDF)

Josip Roca
Vojnovićeva 1
10000 Zagreb
CROATIA

Dijana Nazor
Croatian Conservation Institute
Kneza Mislava 18
10000 Zagreb
CROATIA
e-mail: dijana.nazor@zg.t-com.hr;
dijananazor@net.hr


Project:

Chests through centuries (art workshop)
download PDF-File, 104 KB

About chests through centuries
download PDF-File, 22 KB


The story about chests (1st to 4th grade of high school)
download PDF-File, 46 KB


PRIČA O ŠKRINJAMA
download PDF-File, 75 KB


Škrinje kroz stoljeća (complete booklet)
download PDF-File, 1.169 KB


Ljiljana Zaninović-Tanay, MSc
Principal of the School for Art Education, Creativity and
Design - Studio Tanay
Učilište za likovno obrazovanje, kreativnost i dizajn - Studio Tanay
Draškovićeva 30, 10000 Zagreb
CROATIA


Guests

Desa Grubic-Jakupcevic
Special Hospital for Children with
Neurodevelopmental and Movement
Disorders on Goljak, Zagreb
Goljak 2
10000 Zagreb
ravnatelj@bolnica-goljak.htnet.hr

The project "Creating Together" (PDF)


NEWS/NOVOSTI:

In May 2009 the Croatian Council of InSEA (HRV-InSEA) launched its website at: www.hrv-insea.hr
Languages: Croatian & English.

News/Novosti


HRV-InSEA members' articles and presentations contributed to the web page

Ana Šobat
Ilica 104
1000 Zagreb
CROATIA

e-mail: ana_sobat@yahoo.com


Je li likovna izobrazba potrebna svima ili samo nekima? (PDF)

Dunja Pivac, MA
Arts Academy University of Split
Fausta Vrančića 17
21000 Split
CROATIA
e-mail: dpivac@inet.hr

The Role of Art Teachers in Recognition, Prevention and Therapy of Traumatised Children / Uloga ucitelja likovne kulture u prepoznavanju, prevenciji i terapiji traumatizirane djece (PDF)


Nataša Nikpalj-Juraić
Enbe Language Center
Maksimirska 64
10000 Zagreb
CROATIA
e-mail: natasa.nikpalj-juraic@zg.t-com.hr

Sudjelovanje na 21. svjetskom kongresu InSEA-e 1972. u Zagrebu kao 12-godišnjakinja / A 12-year-old participant at the 21st World Congress in Zagreb, 1972 (texts in English & Japanese) (PDF)



Daniela Cikatić Javorčić
Centar za autizam, Zagreb, Podružnica Split
Center for Autism, Zagreb, Branch Office in Split
Rendićeva 6, 21000 Split
Hrvatska
e-mail: daniela.cikatic.javorcic@hi.t-com.hr

Dobar dan, crtam...! Promocija slikovnice autora I. Žižica i Centra za autizam, Zagreb, Podružnice Split / Promotion of the picture book Hello, I am drawing...! , published by the Center for Autism, Zagreb, Branch Office in Split (PDF)

Iz slikovnice/ From the picture book (PDF)



Zdenka Bilušić
Visual Arts Centre for Children and Youth
Šibenik City Library
Poljana 1
22000 Šibenik
CROATIA
e-mail: zbilusic@knjiznica-sibenik.hr,
zdenka.bilusic@si.t-com.hr
International Children's Festival Šibenik
Workshops Programme Editor
Children’s Festival website: www.mdf-si.org (English/Hrvatski)
e-mail: child.fest.sibenik@sibensko-kazaliste.hr


Art workshop presentation: Likovna radionica Galerije Svetog Krševana i Međunarodnog dječjeg festivala (PPT)

Uz izložbu Likovne radionice učeničke zadruge "MASLINA" u Studiju Galerije Svetog Krševana u Šibeniku (PDF)


Vesna Osojnički
Plemenitaš Arts Workshop
Plemenitaš 21
51328 Lukovdol
CROATIA
e-mail: plemenitas2@yahoo.com , plemenitas2@hotmail.com
website: www.olr-plemenitas.hr

Keramos Sculpture and Ceramics Workshop / Kiparsko-keramička radionica "Keramos"



Ida Mati Loher
Nova ves 79
1000 Zagreb
CROATIA
e-mail: idamati@inet.hr

The Role of Artworks in Teaching Art to Blind and Partially Sighted Children (PDF, 1.36 MB)
Uloga umjetničkog djela u likovnom radu sa slijepom i slabovidnom djecom (PDF, 1.39 MB)


Snježana Đelmić
Podčempres
Baćina Katići 19
20340 Ploče
CROATIA
e-mail: podcempres@net.hr 
My Home and Atelier: Traditional Architecture and Ecology / Moj dom i atelje: tradicijsko graditeljstvo i ekologija (PDF, 488 KB)

                                       
Emina Mijatović
Bartol Kašić Elementary School
Bribirski prilaz 2
23000 Zadar
CROATIA
e-mail: emina.mijatovic@zd.t-com.hr
Visual Arts in Bartol Kasic Primary and Lower Secondary School in Zadar / Likovna kultura u OŠ Bartola Kašića u Zadru (Teachers: Emina Mijatović and Edita Ćurko) (PDF, 558 KB)


Morana Kukec
School of Applied Arts and Design
Trg maršala Tita 11
10000 Zagreb
CROATIA
e-mail: morana.kukec@zg.t-com.hr

Project on Mozart with First Grade Students (15 year-olds) in the School of Applied Arts and Design in Zagreb / Projekt Mozart s učenicima prvog razreda Škole primijenjene umjetnosti i dizajna u Zagrebu (PDF)



HRV-InSEA Projects

Please visit the website www.hrv-insea.hr


General Information on Croatia (source: www.nationmaster.com)

Summary:
Croatia is a country in Central Europe. The main religion is christianity. The main language is Croatian. Croatia seceded from Yugoslavia in 1991. The country is a parliamentary democratic republic.

Background:
In 1918, the Croats, Serbs, and Slovenes formed a kingdom known after 1929 as Yugoslavia. Following World War II, Yugoslavia became a federal independent Communist state under the strong hand of Marshal TITO. Although Croatia declared its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, it took four years of sporadic, but often bitter, fighting before occupying Serb armies were mostly cleared from Croatian lands. Under UN supervision, the last Serb-held enclave in eastern Slavonia was returned to Croatia in 1998.

Borders:
Bosnia and Herzegovina 932 km, Hungary 329 km, Serbia and Montenegro (north) 241 km, Serbia and Montenegro (south) 25 km, Slovenia 670 km

Population:
4,422,248 (July 2003 est.)

GDP per capita:
$9750.69 per person

 

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