This is VIBE Spotlight: a weekly series that celebrates and shines a light on VIBE Arts’ roster of talented artists. Each Monday, our Instagram and website feature a different VIBE Artist and provide a look into their craft. Stay tuned and get to know the diverse talent that makes up our organization and community with #VIBESpotlight.
On this VIBE Spotlight, we’re shining a light on Sadko Hadzihasanovic, a painter, animator and arts educator on the VIBE Artist Roster.
VIBE: Is there anything you are currently working on that you would like to share?
SH: My solo show, Hunter Games, at Orillia Museum of Art and History, is on from April 18 – June 21, 2020 in the Mulcahy Family Gallery. I have produced a body of work; oil paintings on copper, video, prints and large paintings on canvas regarding the theme of hunting.
VIBE: What has been one of your greatest accomplishments to date?
SH: My solo show at National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, 2017.
VIBE: What has been one of your favourite moments while being on the VIBE roster?
SH: In 2018, helping young people in Mississauga create a panel that went on to be displayed in the TTC.
VIBE: What are some of your future goals?
SH: I wish to exhibit my work internationally.
VIBE: What is one of the greatest lessons you have learned thus far?
SH: Never stop learning.
VIBE: What changes would you like to see in Toronto’s Art community?
SH: I would like to see more money in support of young artists and non-profit galleries.
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