About department

Teaching staff:

  • Kažimir Hraste, Full Professor in tenure
  • Matko Mijić, Full Professor in tenure
  • Nikola Džaja, Full Professor
  • Loren Živković Kuljiš, Full Professor
  • Robert Jozić, Assistant Professor
  • Đani Martinić, Assistant Professor
  • Dragan Dužević, Assistant Professor
  • Goran Pjaca, Laboratory Assistant

Associates from other departments:

  • Edvin Dragičević, Full Professor
  • Gloria Oreb, PhD, Associate Professor
  • Mirko Pivčević, Associate Professor
  • Veljko Popović, Associate Professor
  • Jadranko Runjić, Associate Professor
  • Slobodan Tomić, Associate Professor
  • Blaženka Perica, PhD, Assistant Professor
  • Vedran Perkov, Assistant Professor
  • Doroti Brajnov Botić, Senior Lecturer
  • Barabara Gaj, M.A., Senior Lecturer
  • Danijela Matetić-Poljak, PhD, Senior Lecturer
  • Ita Praničević Borovac, PhD, Senior Lecturer
  • Duško Violić, Senior Lecturer
  • Ivana Vukušić, Lecturer
  • Sonja Gašperov, Postdoctoral


  • Tatjana Ravlić Čelić, Associate Professor
  • Goran Balić, PhD, Assistant Professor
  • Dalibor Lovrić, PhD, Lecturer
  • Gabrijela Čepo, Lecturer


Study Programs

Undergraduate Study Program

  • Duration: 6 semesters, 180 ECTS
  • Entry Requirements: passing the State Graduation Exam (Level B) and passing the entrance examination
  • Acquired title: Bachelor’s Degree in Sculpture

A Holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Sculpture is educated for the independent exposition of his or her work. He or she acquires knowledge and experience in visual art and education through first-hand work in the atelier-workshop. With the individual leadership of professors, graduates develop an artistic sensibility and the ability for independent creative visual expression in various sculpting techniques and painting, graphic design and new media. After completing undergraduate studies in sculpture, students can continue to study after passing the entrance examination for the Graduate degree program in Sculpture, which lasts for two years, or they may, under the same conditions, enroll in the graduate study programs of paintings, visual culture, audio visual art and the design of visual communication.

Graduate Study Program

  • Duration: 4 semesters, 120 ECTS credits
  • Entry Requirements: completed 6-semester undergraduate study program
  • Acquired title: Master’s Degree in Sculpture

An undergraduate degree in the field of sculpture is required for enrollment into graduate studies. In addition to students with undergraduate degrees in sculpture, students can also enroll if they have degrees from other art programs at the Arts Academy in Split, as well as from other universities in the Republic of Croatia and abroad, although they are subject to the requirement of passing an entrance graduate exam at the sculpture department.

In the first and second semester of their studies, accepted candidates must take courses which the ECTS Coordinator determined were underrepresented in their previous education.

A Holder of a Master’s Degree in Sculpture is qualified for independent exposition, independently hold classes in professional schools, cooperation with museums and galleries, participation as an expert associate in architectural and stage visual works and presentations.