Date(s) - 21/11/2020 - 21/12/2020
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Babka Kovačica Foundation, Serbia I Library of Foreign Literature M.I. Rudomino, Moscow, Russia
Under the auspices of the Forum of Slavic Cultures of Serbia and Russia, they are announcing
Competition for naive painting – self-taught painters from all over Serbia with the theme GREAT AND SMALL WINTER IN SERBIA
Each painter can participate with one painting measuring 30 cm x 40 cm and 18 cm x 24 cm oil on canvas or acrylic, it is desirable that the paintings be painted canvas on cardboard and not canvas on a blind frame.
The competition is open from November 21, 2020, and lasts until January 21, 2021.
Entries will be judged by an International Jury composed of:
Dr. Gordana Blagojević, ethnologist, Institute of Ethnography of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, author of the scientific study Slovak Naive Painting in Serbia, ethno-anthropological study of identity practices.
Mladen Vesković, senior advisor at the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia and a member of the Program Council of the Forum of Slavic Cultures.
Dr. Zuzana Drugova, ethnologist, Matej Bela Banska Bistrica University, author of the scientific study Kovačica meka svetske naive
Dr. Mikhail Yuryevich Dronov, Research Associate at the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Scientific Adviser of the Russian Department of the Commission of Historians of Russia and Slovakia
Dr. Julija Anatoljevna Sozina, a senior research associate at the Center for the History of Slavic Literature, member of the program committee of the Forum of Slavic Cultures
Julija Viktorovna Gorjačeva, Serbian philologist, author of the translation of the scientific study Slovak Naive Painting in Serbia, ethno-anthropological study of identity practices Dr. Gordana Blagojević in Russian and Pavel Babka, founder of the gallery and foundation Babka Kovačica, initiator of the scientific study Slovak naive painting in Serbia, ethno anthropological practice of identity practices as well as the proposer of Slovak naive painting in Serbia for inscription on the national list of the intangible cultural heritage of Serbia.
The international jury will select the 30 best works in both sizes that will be presented
February 21, 2021, in the Babka Kovačica Gallery, Serbia, on the occasion of the International Mother Language Day proclaimed by UNESCO.
May 21 or November 21, 2021, in the Library of Foreign Literature M.I. Rudomino Moscow, Hotel Russia
Paintings should be sent to the address Babka Kovačica Foundation, Masarikova 65,
26210 Kovacica, Serbia
Pavel Babka, 063/661 522