Painter Nenad Stanković is a professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts. He was born in 1965 in Mačvanski Belotić, Serbia. His first appearance on the art stage was in 1977 in Arandjelovac at the exhibition "Marble and Sound". He graduated in painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in 1990. He has been a member of ULUS since 1991. He is a member of the association of fine artists ESNAF. Exhibited several times in the country and abroad at numerous group and individual exhibitions. He painted two churches in Noćaj near Sremska Mitrovica and on Đurovo brdo near Prijepolje (with an iconostasis). Awarded several times: commendation at the October Salon in Šabac in 1982, Charter at the Belgrade Salon in the Progress Gallery in 2007. Stankovic is an assistant professor - full professor at the Educons University at the Academy of Classical Painting and teaches the subject Painting Technology. Nenad Stanković lives and paints in Belgrade.