On December 12th, the Faculty of Dramatic Arts (FDU) celebrated its jubilee – 75th year since its foundation – with a central celebration on the “Mata Milošević” stage, in the presence of students, professors, associates, professionals from the field of dramatic arts, as well as representatives of the Ministry of Education of Serbia, the Ministry of Culture of Serbia and the Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade. .
“The Faculty of Dramatic Arts is not only a place where knowledge and skills are transferred. It is a spiritual refuge that shapes generations of artists and scientists, enabling them to reach the hearts of the audience with their art,” said the dean of FDU, prof. Miloš Pavlović adding that this is a faculty that inspires, encourages imagination and creates connections between the past, present and future.
Throughout its rich history, FDU has been a beacon of creativity and a pillar of culture in our country. Generations of talented individuals have passed through the corridors of this faculty and enriched the entire art world with their unique contributions.
This year, as part of the jubilee celebrations, the Faculty organized numerous events, such as a five-day Showcase where students presented their works created during their studies, as well as the scientific conference NADA: Sciences in Dramatic Arts. “As we celebrate this important anniversary, we look back on the past with pride, but at the same time we look to the future with excitement”, the dean of the faculty concluded his address and added that in the future FDU will continue to nurture the art of storytelling and to support creativity and shape the future generations of artists and researches who will continue to touch the hearts of audiences around the world with their works and words.
On behalf of Film Center Serbia, Aleksandra Mitrić-Štifanić received a certificate of appreciation for successful cooperation and exceptional contribution to the work of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts