One day workshop for hundred architecture students from Serbia and regions
that gathered in the House on the flat Hill in order to get the creative conceptual design through work and socializing on their excursions in Mokrin, recreational and sports center.
Photographic workshop was held at the cultural complex The house on the flat hill with 10 participants from Serbia, and 3 international speakers:
Luca Marziale from New York
Robin Gilli from Los Angeles
Jon Harris from London
The workshop lasted for four days and the keynote speech was given by Mr. Ivan Brkljač whose idea was to organize this year’s photo camp .The photo exhibition from this years workshop was held on 15th of August at the center of the town of Kikinda.
At the opening of the 35th Salon of Architecture, organized under the slogan “We still have architecture” on the 27th of March awards were given in individual categories. Studio “Autori” (Dijana Novaković, Maja Trbović, Aleksandra Nikitin, Dušan Nenadović) received the award in interior architecture for house A, of the cultural and tourist complex “Terra Panonica” in Mokrin.
Cultural Complex House on the flat hill hosted wooden mosaic workshops for students from 16th to 22nd September 2012. Workshop participants were creating a wall structure out of the elements of different types of wood, that were discarded in the process of industrial production. Structures were created through cooperation of students of art and art-technical faculty in the region with local high school students, who were guided through the process by Kosta Bogdanović along with a team from the Faculty of Forestry, University of Belgrade, furniture design and interiors.
Seminar of textile recycling was held at the cultural complex House on the flat hill in Mokrin, from 3rd to 9th of September 2012. Participants of the seminar were students and young textile designers as well as guests from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
The aim of the seminar was to enhance cooperation and exchange of ideas and experiences between students of textile design from the Technical University in Bihać and the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, as well as young designers from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. Moderators of the seminar were Marija Ivankić and Senka Kljakić. Special guest of the seminar was Professor Salih Teskeredžić.
This year’s writers residential stay in The house on the flat hill lasted from 25th August to 25th of September.
The first residential program participants that stayed in Mokrin were: Jelena Lengold,winner of the European Prize for Literature, croatian writer Ante Tomić, whose books have been translated into some well-known movies, Dušan Čaterone one of the most significant Slovenian writers of the generation, famous writers from Bosnia and Herzegovina Nenad Veličković and Muharem Bazdulj, one of the most interesting voices of the new Hungarian literature Serbhorvat Georg, as well as Alexander Prokopiev, one of the most modern Macedonian writers.
House on the flat hill is a residential area which provides excellent conditions for a professional writer to get inspired and write.
The key objective of their residential stay on the flat hill is the recognition, profiling and promoting international literature produced in the South-Eastern Europe, but also creating these residential stays to become regionally and internationally acclaimed within Europe’s creative cultural network of residential stays.
Besides working on there new manuscripts, authors are invited to The house on the flat hill to write a story on a certain topic. The subject of this years topic is The house on the flat hill, a book of their stories on this topic will be published early next year by Arhipelag. While writing on the topic, the writers have gone through a literar adventure of creating a mutual book. This year’s theme wasn’t dedicated to this particular house in Mokrin where they have stayed for a month, but the idea of home as a place of intimacy and a unique sense of place and time.
The authors of this residential stay of significant writers of the South East Europe were Gojko Božović and Srđan V. Tešin, who is also the coordinator of the project.
Residency stay at the House on the flat hill was organized by Terra Panonica in cooperation with the publisher Arhipelag in Belgrade.