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curriculum vitae

2021-23          Konstfack - University of Arts, Crafts and Design / CRAFT! MA / Glass & Ceramics

2019               Scholarship to the Academy of Art Architecture and Design, Prague / Fine Arts

2018               Scholarship to the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem / Glass & Ceramics Design

2017-21          Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design / Object Design BA / Glass Design Faculty

2012-17          Secondary School of Visual Arts, Training school of Hungarian University of Fine Arts / Glass


My journey


Teacher Assistant of Lisa Demagall glass artist at Pilchuck Glass School, WA, USA - upcoming

Recipient of the Scholarship for Worshops at the International Summer Academy Bild-Werk Frauenau, Germany, granted by the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung - upcoming

Membership at Galleri Hantverket in Södermalm, Stockholm

Part of the curated products (with "Ceramic Corals" collection) in the museum shop of SvenHarrys Konstmuseum, Stockholm 


Part of Kiviks Winter Salon, Kivik, November 4 - December 17

Exhibition with Best Before Collective at Östermalmstorg Metro Station, Stockholm, October 8-29

Shortlisted for the Global Design Graduate Show 2023 in collaboration with Gucci

Fresh Brew Exhibition, Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm, October 5-22

Degree Exhibition „Vårutställning”, Stockholm, May 20-26

Masters Final Exam Exhibition, Konstfack, Stockholm, March 27-31

Recipient of Scholarship from Estrid Ericsson Foundation


Färgfabriken Julmarknad, Stockholm December 10-11

Undisciplined Exhibition and Panel discussion at Craftweek, Stockholm, October 1-9

Craft Brew Exhibition at Craftweek, Stockholm, October 1-9

Stanislav Libenský Award Finalist, Rosenberg Palace, Prague Castle, Prague, September 28 - October 22

Scholarship at the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York, July 11-17

Craft Brew Exhibition, Konstfack, Stockholm, January 10-14


Offline Exhibition, FUGA, Budapest, October 8-22

GlassSpring Exhibition - Hungarian Contemporary Glass Exhibition, Kiskép Galéria, Budapest, July 15 -September 18

Annín International Glass Symposium, Dlouhá Ves, Czech Republic, July 14-18


Bárdibükk International Glass Symposium, Hungary, August 20-25



My Story

My glass journey started in 2012 in the Secondary School of Visual Arts in Budapest. I specialised in glass craftsmanship and learned the foundations of working with the material by getting the chance to try all its various methods. It gave me a strong foundation in fine artistic expressions, handiness and cooperation.

After five years there, I continued at MOME, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (Budapest), which at the time, was the only Hungarian academy-level institute which provided education in glass art and design. As it was more design related, research and development became increasingly important there just as much as project planning. There I came first in contact with flameworking (in 2017) which was a technique that later I have really found my voice in.

During my years at MOME, I spent half a year abroad in Jerusalem, at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. It was a great challenge and an unforgettable experience. I have had the opportunity to intensively commit to and strengthen my knowledge in glassblowing which I have only occasionally tried before. I was not ready to come home yet, so I went to Prague to do a similar exchange semester at UMPRUM, the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design. There, I could more closely look into the ways and methods of Czech glass, which is still one of the strongest glass art scenes in the world. I was fascinated by it and have written my bachelor's thesis on the history of Czech glass and design.

After graduation in 2021, I decided to do my masters studies in Stockholm, at the Konstfack University of Arts Crafts and Design which is a unique and progressive institute in the field of crafts and has pushed me towards finding my own core motivation of working with glass and its techniques.

After the first year I received a scholarship to go to the Corning Museum of Glass to attend a course in flameworking. This has greatly influenced my master’s thesis project which was built around the sensational and emotional relationship to the process of glassmaking and the relationship we have to the material.

Flameworking is still a lesser-known craft in Sweden but a technique that is hugely evolving from being a tool for building laboratory equipment to becoming an art form. I can see that I have a possibility to create something unique in that sense to give my own experiences a chance to contribute to something bigger.


Part of Kiviks Winter Salon, Kivik, November 4 - December 17

See program here.

Exhibition at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern Gallery 5, Stockholm, October 5-22

Part of Stockholm Craft Week, in collaboration with Konsthantverkscentrum, curated by Anne Klontz

See project here.

Exhibition with Best Before Collective

Östermalmstorg Metro Station, Stockholm, October 8-29

See here

Shortlisted for the Global Design Graduate Show 2023 in collaboration with Gucci

featuring my project Imaginature.

See webpage here.

Konstfack Spring Exhibition / Vårutställning 2023

See webpage here

Interview at, titled "Flameworking with True Intent", where I talked about my background, influences and the journey of being a glassmaker.

See article here.



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