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Darko Bakliža

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Aleksandar Battista Ilić

Ivan Ladislav Galeta

Nicole Hewitt

Ana Hušman

Darko Kreč

Andreja Kulunčić

Jasminka Marinović

Joško Marušić

Milan Trenc

Ivan Slipčević

Daniel Šuljić

Goce Vaskov

Vesna Vuković




Darko Bakliža

courses: Life drawing, Anatomy, Introduction to animation C bakliza


Aleksandar Battista Ilić

Graduated at the Academy of Fine Art, Zagareb in 1991. Works with multidiscipinary art, performance, photography and film.

Courses: Multimedia and crossdisciplinary art practice.Students develop their own projects in response to interactive, socially active, conceptual and eksperimental networking practices.

Ivan Ladislav Galeta ilgaleta.alu.hr

Courses: Nature, media and virutality; Visual Communications; History of experimental film and video
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Ivan Ladislav Galeta lives in the village Kraj Gornji, near Zagreb. He graduated from the School of Applied Arts in Zagreb (1967), followed by a degree in Fine Arts from the Faculty of Teacher Training (1969) and Pedagogy from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb (1981). From 1977 to 1990, he was the manager of the University of Zagreb Students Multimedia Centre (MM), the first systematic venue for the screening of national and international experimental film and video art in Croatia. He was the founder and manager of the art cinema Filmoteka 16 (1991-1994). He initiated the introduction of animation (2000) and new media studies (2004) at the same Academy. He has been making films since 1969 and videos since 1975. From 1973 he has been exhibiting objects-installations, photographs-installations, expanded cinema presentations, video and TV works, texts, sound installations, spatial interventions, environmental projects and actions. He was the founder and manager of the art cinema Filmoteka 16 (1991-1994). In 1993 he became an associate media lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, and since 2007 he has been a full-time professor. He initiated the introduction of animation (2000) and new media studies (2004) at the same Academy. In the mid 1990s he adopted an environmental approach to art with references to D. Thoreau, K. Čapek, M. Fukuoka, J. Joyce, B. Hamvas and others. His works are kept at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, Centre Georges Pompidou, Oberhausen and Croatian Film Clubs’ Association. He has won numerous awards, including a medal of honour by the Ministry of Culture and Communications of the French Republic in 1999. And 2004 the Oktavijan prize awarded by Croatian film critics for best experimental film at the Croatian Film Days (Endart No. 4).

Nicole Hewitt

http://www.pangolin.hr

Courses: Contemporary art practice
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Nicole Hewitt lives and works in Zagreb and London. She studied Expressive Arts at Brighton University, graduated in Fine Art Media at the Slade School of Art where she is currently completing her research studies. Her work has been exhibited and presented at the Museums Quartier in Vienna, Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis, the National Film Theatre, London, Lux Open, Tate Modern, London, Paris and Berlin, and she has had film retrospectives in Utrecht and Ljubljana. Her films have been shown and awarded at numerous international festivals.
Her recent works are films concerned with the rehearsal, performance and recitation of self as manifested in the ballroom dancing schools of Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro. She is currently developing a work dealing with issues of the performance and translation of evidence. She has organized three international conferences and the exhibition TIP 3 in Dubrovnik and ran the international interdisciplinary project Protokol 1-7 in the Student Centre in Zagreb. She is also involved in collaborative projects with the architecture research group Platforma 9.81, the performance group Kugla and the research group Centrifugal (Helsinki, Belfast, Zagreb, London, Priština). She co curates an international festival and residency programme Visura Aperta with Davorka Perić and Ivana Meštrov.

Courses: Contemporary Art Practice

Ana Hušman

www.anahusman.net

Courses: Experimental animation, Technology of New Media
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Darko Kreč

Courses: Introduction to Animation, Animation

Andreja Kulunčić

www.andreja.org

Courses: Contemporary Art Practice, Multimedia and crossdisciplinary art practices.

Jasminka Marinović
Courses: History of Animation

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Joško Marušić
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Joško Marušić was born on March 27, 1952, in Split. He graduated at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Zagreb. Since then, he has been active in several art media (cartoon, caricature, illustration, literature, film production and television), but his interest have been focused on animation. From 1982 to 1989, he worked in Zagreb Television as an editor. He was art director in the Studio for Zagreb film animation from 1987 to 1990 and from 1995 to 1988. From 1993 to 1998, he acted as chairman of the Croatian Independent Artists’ Association. From 1992 to 1998, he was program director of the World Festival of Animated Films in Zagreb. Since 1999, he has served as principal of the Department of Animation at Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. As profesor he has three teoretic subjects for students and he is tutor. He is visiting profesor on a few universities in Europe. He was member of many jurries on festivals of short films. In several croatian newspeapers and magazines he has permanent cartoon-columnus, and columnus about theory of animation. He edited three books, and had four big exibitions of his works. He is most known as author of animated films. For his animated films he won many awards on the most important festivals (Annecy, Zagreb, Varna, Ottawa, Oberhausen, Madrid, Belgrade etc.). His the most important films are: “Inside and Out”, “Perpetuo”, “Home is the best”, “Over there”, “Miss Link”, “In the Neighbourhood of the City”. His films “Fisheye”, and “Skyscraper” were selected as autstanding films of the year at the London film festival. Teoretic and critic Gianalberto Bendazzi selected his film “I love You, too.” in collection “The best 84 films in the history of animation”. He lives in Zagreb.

Milan Trenc

www.trenc.com

Courses: Animation and directing

Goce Vaskov
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Courses: Computer animation

Vesna Vuković

Courses: Contemporary art practice