Aida Hebib Raguž - Biografija
AIDA HEBIB RAGUŽ was born in Dubrovnik.
In 2001, she graduated in Fine Arts from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Rijeka the Sculpture Department in the class of Josip Diminić and earned the academic title of professor of fine arts.
She obtained a diploma from the Montraker International Summer Students' Sculpture School in Vrsar.
She is the author of a public stone sculpture entitled "The Great Strand" (1.90 x 60 x 80 cm), which is placed on the promenade in the municipality of Vrsar.
In her sculptural artwork she has created many remarkable cycles of sculptures, reliefs, mobiles, artistic interventions and contemporary original jewelery.
Since 2002 she has been transforming her sculptural forms into wearable objects. She creates cycles of art jewelry made of natural materials and precious metals, and her recent cycles have conceptual approach. The author has been examining new materials through new media.
In addition to sculpture and design, from 2004 she has engaged in teaching by working as a professor of fine arts in Dubrovnik.
She has held a series of educational lectures and innovative workshops in the field of sculpture and design for young people as part of gallery projects and international festivals.
She has participated at numerous art colonies and art festivals all over Croatia.
Her works can be found in various private and public collections of artwork.
She has presented her work in various solo and numerous group exhibitions selected by jury at home and abroad.
She is a member of the Croatian Association of Artists in Dubrovnik and the Croatian Association of Artists in Zagreb.