The interdisciplinary studio is a place for artistic activities that branch out into multiple directions and can be layered on top of each other. Drawing, photography, film, literature, painting, performance, music, conceptual art. The studio is also a fingerboard at ground zero - if we know what we want, we should know how to find it, who to ask, and how to ask for it. A person becomes an artist based on their free will. Students in this studio can develop their theoretical and practical experiences, their courage to experiment, work independently and in a collective, and have an equal dialogue with the teachers. The studio is a community of people united by the awareness of the power of thought and action, self-reflection, personal responsibility and the importance of rediscovering the roles of artists, their good will and mutual reconciliation.