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Vladimir Mićković

27 March 2017

Visual arts teacher, UWC Mostar

Vladimir is a visual artist, singer/songwriter and percussionist. He graduated from the School of Applied Arts and Design in Zagreb in 1998. In 2002, he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb. In the same year he became member of ULUBIH (Bosnia and Herzegovina Association of Visual Artists). He is a member of Ensemble Kalafat (Mediterranean/Adriatic Songs), Arkul (Jewish/Sephardic Songs) and Mostar Sevdah Reunion (Balkan Songs).


“Over the last 5 years I have been immensely fortunate to instruct a very diverse group of college students and have developed the ability to deliver teaching using various methods, all of which promoted creativity, art appreciation and, above all, independence. I truly believe that my greatest strength as an educator is my ability to meet each student’s individual needs and deliver highly personalised lessons. This is done through seeing and assessing students based on their abilities and individual needs. One of my main goals is to increase students awareness, understanding and appreciation of arts, but also other social and natural sciences, languages and multiculturalism.”

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