Work from Serbia among the winners of “Danube Art Master 2018”

Work from Serbia among the winners of “Danube Art Master 2018”
Modified:16 Nov 18

VIENNA, 29 October 2018 – Susanne Brandstetter, Chairperson of the Public Participation Expert Group of the International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR), responsible for promoting the Danube Art Master initiative in the Danube River Basin, announced the results of this year’s international competition …

The authors of the third-ranked work on the Danube Basin are Sara Đuka, Tamara Petrović and Marija Rašković from the First Belgrade Gymnasium, the winner of the national competition in Serbia with a project called “Play by the Danube“. The composition of the work is a mixture of various materials – waste, beautiful flowers, bird feathers and is inspired by the contrast of Zemun Quay on the Danube in Belgrade, where the artwork was created. The mentor of this work is a fine arts professor Marina Čudov.

All about the winners, as well as the competition itself, you can find more details in our previous posts, as well as on the organizer’s page – Global Water Partnership.


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