Rosana Telarovic (Belgrade, 1976) finished her studies (300 ECTS credits) at the Faculty of Applied Arts (Interior Architecture department) in Belgrade in 2001. From 2002 to 2004, she worked as a freelance artist, an interior, furniture and graphic designer. Since 2005 she has been working as a stage designer. She participated in creating sets for TV, music and other stage performances.
She founded Romb, a project and production studio, in 2006, where she works as an interior designer. As an interior designer, stage designer and the main project manager, she has worked on various projects in our country and abroad. She carries out a lot of projects individually, as well as numerous team projects.
Nenad Malesevic (Sarajevo, 1981) graduated from the Academy of Arts (University of Banjaluka) in 2004, from the Graphic Arts Department. He completed his Master studies at the University of Arts in Belgrade, specializing in Theory of Arts and Medium of Interdisciplinary Studies in 2008. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade.
He cooperated with the Center for Visual Communication Protok from Banjaluka (2005-2008). He was a recipient of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarship in 2006. The University of Banjaluka awarded him the Golden Plaque in 2004. He deals with theory of art. He founded the studio for the art design “OUR” in 2011, together with Miodrag Manojlovic. Since 2012 he has been employed at the School of Computing in the field of graphic media design.
Milan Djuric (Belgrade, 1979) completed the Higher School of Fine and Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2001. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Graphic Design Department, in Belgrade in 2003. He completed his Master studies in Belgrade in 2010 at the University of Arts, the Digital Art of Interdisciplinary Studies department. He is a PhD candidate at the University of Arts in Belgrade (Digital Art program). Since 2013 he has been employed at the School of Computing as a teacher in the field of computer animation and design of graphic media. He has been the founder and the head of UG DIT since 2011. He is also a member of ULUPUDS (design section). He cooperates with the design studio Bulb Creation, as an animator and graphic designer.
Ivan Elezovic (Belgrade, 1971) graduated from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg in 1997, Music Composition and Electro-Acoustic Music Department. He finished his Master studies at McGill University in Montreal in 2000, while he obtained his PhD in Music Composition and Electro-Acoustic Music at the University of Illinois in 2006. He studied with eminent world experts such as Michael Matthews, Randolph Peters, Zack Settel, Alcides Lanza, Guy Garnett, Erik Lund and Scott Wyatt. Upon receiving the prestigious Presser Award in 2001, Elezovic went to the IRCAM (Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustics/Music) where he worked with Brian Ferneyhough and Marc-André Dalbavie.
Bojana Cuk (Valjevo, 1988) graduated from the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade in 2011, English Language and Literature Department. She completed her Master studies at the same faculty in 2012 (Language, Literature and Culture program). Her master thesis is “Creativity in the English Language Classroom through Additional Activities”. She taught at all levels of conversation, including Business English at the National Bank of Serbia. She has experience in working with people with special needs. She prepared students for interviews at the US Embassy within the Work and Travel program. She was engaged in an international school, where she had the opportunity to work as a classroom teacher in a multicultural and multilingual environment.
Mersiha Prušević Dulić
Mersiha Prusevic Dulic (Novi Pazar, 1987) graduated from the Department of Arts in Novi Pazar in 2009. She completed her Master studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, while she obtained her PhD at the Faculty of Contemporary Arts in Belgrade in 2017. She was the holder of the Ministry of Youth and Sport scholarship in 2009, as well as the recipient of BNV scholarship in 2013 and 2014. She worked as an expert associate at Teacher Education Faculty in Belgrade (a class in Novi Pazar), as well as an expert associate at the University of Novi Pazar (Technical Studies Department, Architecture Program). Mersiha also worked at Cultural Institute in Novi Pazar. Since 2013 she has been employed at the School of Computing in Belgrade as a teaching assistant in drawing and painting.
She held 12 solo and participated in more than 100 group exhibitions. Furthermore, she took part in numerous festivals and art colonies in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Italy, Macedonia, Croatia, Montenegro, Ukraine, Australia, Canada, Turkey and Austria. She is a member of ULUS, SULU and NULUS.
Ana Prodanovic (Cacak, 1991) completed undergraduate studies in 2014 and Master studies in 2015, at the Faculty of Applied Arts, Graphics and Book Design Department in Belgrade. She is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, where she has been a student demonstrator at Calligraphy and Typeface course since 2015. She deals with the design of typographic letters. In 2016 she published the Obla font family. Since 2017 she has been a student demonstrator in the field of Graphic Media Design at the School of Computing. Moreover, she deals with graphic arts, and actively holds exhibitions at domestic and international events.