Sinisha Noveski


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Sinisha Noveski
About the author

Sinisha Noveski is an academic sculptor and experienced teacher from North Macedonia who has been living and working in Belgrade, Serbia, since 2011. Noveski has more than 20 sculptures on public display in Serbia, N. Macedonia, Bulgaria, and the United States. His work has been displayed in 18 solo exhibitions and more than 30 group exhibitions. He is a member of the Macedonian Society of Fine Artists and of the Society of Fine Artists of Macedonia in Serbia, where he also serves on the Board of Managers. He has participated in more than ten artist residencies and symposiums and has received a dozen professional awards, both for his individual work and the work of his students. After graduating from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje in 2002 as the top student in his department, Noveski spent two years working as an assistant to some of N. Macedonia’s greatest sculptors – Tome Serafimovski, Dragan Poposki-Dada, Rubens Korubin, and Nikola Smilkov – helping to construct more than ten of the country’s most celebrated monuments, including Korubin’s mosaic “Makedonija” (Pelince) and Serafimovski’s “Milton Manaki” (Bitola) and “Skopje ’63” (Skopje). In 2003, he became the youngest artist ever to display work at the Macedonian Academy of Science and Art. He earned his teaching certificate in 2004 and served as a professor of fine art at St. Naum Ohridski High School in Makedonski Brod from 2007 to 2011. In 2011, Noveski completed his Master’s Degree in Sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje. Since moving to Belgrade, Noveski has been engaged as a professor of fine arts at Bejza International School (2013-2014), an external advisor on cultural affairs for the Macedonian Embassy (2014-2018), president of the Macedonian National Council Board of Culture (2015-2019), artistic director of the Days of Macedonian Culture in Belgrade (2013-present), member of the Board of Managers of the Society of Fine Artists of Macedonia in Serbia (2014-present), and cultural collaborator for the Branislav Nušić Foundation (2014-present).