Maida Gruden works as the Head of Visual Arts Department at the Students’City Cultural Center (SCCC) in Belgrade implementing projects aiming to engage student community in art projects that can serve as a powerful tool for understanding society.
She graduated Art History at the Faculty of Pholosophy in Belgrade and holds the certificate from School for History and Theory of Images, Center for Contemporary Art, Belgrade. Maida Gruden weiterlesen →
by Maida Gruden, an art historian, curator at Students’ City Cultural Centre, Belgrade, coordinator of the project ‘They: Live’ – student lives revealed through context-based art practices
The international project ‘They: Live’ – student lives revealed through context-based art practices explores the student life on campuses from the end of World War 2 to present day in Belgrade and Novi Sad (Serbia), Zagreb and Rijeka (Croatia), Madrid (Spain) and Podgorica (Montenegro). During residential stays in student campuses, artists, together with curators, will develop art projects directly with students, using archive photo and audio materials on student life from 1945 to present day, collected from former and current residents of student campuses and stored on the collaborative digital platform Topotheque. Contemporary Art and Archives weiterlesen →
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