Hatidza Mulic, painting in a studio
Dodd Drawing and Painting Instructor Hatidza Mulic has recently had three major acomplishments including receiving a TEDxUGA presenter nomination. TEDxUGA will take the stage in Spring 2018 for what promises to be its biggest and best event yet. In addition, Mulic has obtained gallery representation in New York City, NY. She is now one of twenty artists endorsed by the Amos Eno Gallery, which is one of New York City’s longest operating artist-run galleries. Finally, Mulic was published in the Summer 2017 Edition of the Artist Catalogue. Her artworks and a short interview are printed on six–page spread. The Artist Catalogue in New York presents twelve emerging artists every quarter.
Mulic was born in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina; she immigrated to the United States in 1995 subsequent to the Bosnian War as a political refugee. Her paintings often address autobiographically consequential experiences along with xenophobia and bigotry that are ever-present in the 21st century. Her works have been a part of exhibitions across the United States and internationally: Dubrovnik, Croatia; Seattle, Washington; Louisville, Kentucky; Indianapolis, Indiana; New York, NY; Atlanta, Georgia; Kumla, Sweden; Ghana, Africa; Orebro, Sweden; Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Colmar, France. Mulic recieved her B.F.A. in Painting from Indiana University. She is currently teaching in Drawing and Painting Department at the University of Georgia. In 2014, she became a Director of a Croatia Maymester Study Abroad Program (Franklin Collage) at the University of Georgia.