3rd and 4th workshops organized for the project “Art, Plastic and Recycling” in Shkodra

On 22-26 April and 27-31 May in Shkoder were organized the second 2 workshops of the project “Art, Plastic and Recycling”. Parts of these workshops were: Montenegro and Albanian artists, Svetlana Vujicic, Vladimir Jablan, Igor Rakcevic from Culture Zone, Dorina Plaku from Deliart Association, Vjollca Backa, Miranda Berdo, Irida Nikolla and International Consultant Gerhard Bar.

Both workshops started with a joint meeting where partners of the project were met in Shkoder in order to discuss all issues relating to joint workshops and the continuity and progress of the project. Partners communicated all issues related to the construction and development of the website, writing of manual at the end of the project and shared experience on the collection of the plastic.

The first phase of the workshop was the installation of the machine where special issues arise for the efficient electricity supply and construction which support machine. During the workshops a great attention was paid to the motivation and satisfaction of students participating to the workshop.

In the second phase of the project, process was facilitated and it was provided more models to create a variety of artistic works. Students were introduced more closely with the plastic recycling process, the cutting and placing of the plastic in the machinery in order to create artistic products more efficiently.

In the last day of the project was organized a press conferences as a summary of the trainings. Conference was attended by representatives of municipalities of Shkoder, representatives from main municipality and from non-profit organizations that expressed their interest for our project. The conference was closed with a cocktail where guests had the opportunity to exchange opinions and to continue further discussion.

At the end of these training students created their works, which were left entire to their creativity. As a result of a very serious job learning, students were able to exceed the rate determined, by conducting 30 artistic products.