Milica Prelic

Joined Artfinder: Dec. 2016

Artworks for sale: 173

Serbia

About Milica Prelic

 
 
  • Biography

           Milica Prelić, visual artist was born in 1984 in Šabac. She has got Phd in Faculty of art in Belgrade where she has also got her Master degree in 2009 in the class of professor Jovan Sivački. Before she attended art studies in Faculty of art she had finished the School of artistic crafts in Šabac, department: conservator of cultural goods- gilder.

    Since 2009 Milica has had ten solo exhibitions on the territory of Serbia and abroad. She took a part in 50 group exhibitions, in Serbia and abroad (Poland, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegowina). As one of authors of those group exhibitions she has been awarded three times and once during the studies in Faculty of art. She participated in study visits in Düseldorf and Paris, the workshop Mapping the city in Firence and  restoration and volunteering action in France. Also, she took parts in several art colonies and in different projects in countries of the region.

    Pedagogical-artistic work of Milica Prelić includes one year of teaching experience in Primary school, one year of work at Faculty of art in Belgrade, as contributor-demonstrator, and, also, a number of various aged children’s workshops.

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  • Education

    2009 - 2014

    Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

    2004 - 2009

    Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

    1999 - 2003

    School of Applied Arts

  • Awards

    2010

    Award of October Salon, Sabac

    Award for best artistic work, October Salon, Sabac, Serbia

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    2010

    Award for the best painting

    Award for the best painting, Biennial of Art, Smederevo, Serbia

    2010

    Purchase award

    Purchase award of National Museum, Sabac city

    2008

    Ljubica Cuca Sokic award

    "Ljubica Cuca Sokic" award for painting, of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Upcoming Events

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    Previous events

    Event: Dialog

    Dates: Dec. 5, 2016 - Dec. 17, 2016

    Venue: SULUJ Gallery, Terazije 26/II Belgrade, Serbia

    Dialog - From the Blue Sky

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Education

2009 - 2014

Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

2004 - 2009

Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

1999 - 2003

School of Applied Arts


Awards

2010

Award of October Salon, Sabac

Award for best artistic work, October Salon, Sabac, Serbia

Show more awardsHide

2010

Award for the best painting

Award for the best painting, Biennial of Art, Smederevo, Serbia

2010

Purchase award

Purchase award of National Museum, Sabac city

2008

Ljubica Cuca Sokic award

"Ljubica Cuca Sokic" award for painting, of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Serbia

There are no upcoming events

Show previous eventsHide previous events

Previous events

Event: Dialog

Dates: Dec. 5, 2016 - Dec. 17, 2016

Venue: SULUJ Gallery, Terazije 26/II Belgrade, Serbia

Dialog - From the Blue Sky


 

Biography

       Milica Prelić, visual artist was born in 1984 in Šabac. She has got Phd in Faculty of art in Belgrade where she has also got her Master degree in 2009 in the class of professor Jovan Sivački. Before she attended art studies in Faculty of art she had finished the School of artistic crafts in Šabac, department: conservator of cultural goods- gilder.

Since 2009 Milica has had ten solo exhibitions on the territory of Serbia and abroad. She took a part in 50 group exhibitions, in Serbia and abroad (Poland, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegowina). As one of authors of those group exhibitions she has been awarded three times and once during the studies in Faculty of art. She participated in study visits in Düseldorf and Paris, the workshop Mapping the city in Firence and  restoration and volunteering action in France. Also, she took parts in several art colonies and in different projects in countries of the region.

Pedagogical-artistic work of Milica Prelić includes one year of teaching experience in Primary school, one year of work at Faculty of art in Belgrade, as contributor-demonstrator, and, also, a number of various aged children’s workshops.

 
 
 
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