On May 25, 2018, in the premises of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Prishtina, was opened the traditional cultural activity “The Three-Arched Bridge”. A tradition, already consolidated in years, that fulfills its mission through artistic student experiences and at the same time connects the three Albanian public universities. Communication through art language even and this year brought together students and professors from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Prishtina, University of Tirana and the University of Tetova.
On the occasion of this event, in front of an audience of art lovers, a welcoming speech held the Rector of the University of Prishtina, Prof. Dr. Marjan Dema. He said that this very important event among the universities offers the opportunity of developing and promoting new talents through these joint inter-university projects. While the Dean of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Prishtina, Professor Agim Selimi, emphasized that in this event that is held in Prishtina and in all artistic innovations, there is an evolving and increase in quality.
On behalf of the University of Tetova and Rector, Prof. Dr. Vullnet Ameti, participants were welcomed by the Dean of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Tetova, Professor Miftar Memeti. According to him, this event represents a unique opportunity to share experience and promote the best student values by creating the possibility of qualitative cultivation of their achievements during the studies. Professor of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Tetova, Dr. Jëlldëz Asani, said that the project “The Three-Arched Bridge” continues rotating its second decade of practical interaction, adding that the professors and students of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Tetova are grateful to the Rector, Prof. Dr. Vullnet Ameti, who strives to meet every need for the younger generation as the most important investment for the future.
“The Three-Arched Bridge” has a multidimensional impact on the cooperation and exchange of knowledge related to the fields of fine, musical and scenic arts, and at the same time aims at encouraging dialogue with universities, professors, students and the general public.