The Department of Ceramics and Glass offers a specialist programme that combines traditional production techniques and contemporary art.
The four-year BA (Hons) degree programme in the field of ceramics and glass art has the vision of providing students with practical skills in creating and presenting their own original works through workshops, as well as learning contemporary and traditional techniques.
The programme provides a wide range of practice-led studios and workshops and offers common strategies for creative thinking in lectures and seminars where visual arts and history meet.
Graduates of the Department of Ceramics and Glass acquire a range of knowledge, skills and relevant experiences that allow them to become independent practitioners of their art. They will develop a capacity for critical inquiry while honing their research skills.
Graduates of the BA (Hons) Ceramics and Glass programme will be equipped to become professional independent practitioners in the international art scene, researchers of this field, work for glass – ceramic industry as designers, occupy posts in research institutions or maintain their research and artistic studies as autonomous artists.
- Medium of Instructions English
- Programme Duration 4 YEARS
- English Preparatory School YES
|2022-2023 Academic Year|
|Annual Tuition Fee||Annual Registration Fee||Total Annual Fee|
|100%||–||€ 1,000||€ 1,000|
|90%||€ 650||€ 1,000||€ 1,650|
|75%||€ 1,625||€ 1,000||€ 2,625|
|50%||€ 3,250||€ 1,000||€ 4,250|
|25%||€ 4,875||€ 1,000||€ 5,875|
5% VAT will be added to total amount due. All payments are made on semester basis (Fall / Spring semester).
Prof. Dr. Nur OnatDean of Faculty of Arts email@example.com
Born in 1973 in Istanbul. She completed her primary and secondary education in Istanbul. In 1992 She began her art education at The Photography Department of Mimar Sinan University’s Fine Arts Faculty, graduated in 1996 and the same year she went to the USA for research on photography and contemporary art. She has got her master’s degree in 2003, her Ph.D. in 2005 and Associate Professor title in 2011. Since 1989 Onat has been using photography as an expressional medium and her field of study focusing especially on the link between photography and other art disciplines and contemporary photography. She has participated in numerous national and international art exhibitions and events, won international awards, taken roles in academic projects and published academic contributions. She continues to give lectures on contemporary photography and photography techniques.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Elçin ŞenerHead of Department firstname.lastname@example.org
She graduated from the department of sculpture of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Hacettepe University in 2002. She completed her M.A studies from the department of sculpture at the Milano Brera Academy in 2013. She earned her Ph.D degree from the Institute of Educational Science of Marmara University in 2019. She worked for a documentary project as an advisor in TRT. Following years she served as an author, press advisor, editor and art and culture correspondent for a daily newspaper Anatolia. She undertoook some projects of sculpture at some private sectors between 2004-2010. She participated in some national and international workshops and exhibitions. She has been the editors of some books named European Museums (Beta,2016), Effects of Museum on Tourism (Beta, 2017) and Dictionary of Concepts of Interior Design (Beta,2017). European Museums II, Amerikan Museums and Adventure of Contemporary Sculpture that will be published in 2020- 2021.
Prof. Dr. Lale Dilbaslale.email@example.com
Upon graduating with a degree in Ceramic and Glass from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, she obtained her first Masters from Dokuz Eylul University in the same field. She completed her second Masters in Fine Art at Bretton Hall, University of Leeds (UK) and her PhD in Glass from Edinburgh College of Art, Heriot-Watt University (Scotland), on the subject of Turkish Glass Culture and Its Relationship with Contemporary Glass and Education. Apart from her long-standing career as an academic she has also taken part in various exhibitions and workshops in Turkey and abroad. Her works combine glass and ceramics, and she has a strong interest in traditional pottery making –ceramic cook stoves in particular, especially focusing on South Asia.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Nazli Gulgun Eliteznazli.firstname.lastname@example.org
Gulgun Elitez, who was born in Istanbul in 1964, completed her undergraduate education in the Department of Ceramics and Glass at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University. Completing his master’s degree in the Ceramics Program at the same university, Elitez’s art proficiency thesis was on “Application of Glass Material in Plastic Arts”. Dr.Elitez is a member of the Turkish Ceramics Association and Glass Museum.
Lecturer Mumine Ozdemirag Yaglimumine.email@example.com
Mumine Ozdemirag Yaglı was born in Nicosia in 1976. After completing her primary and secondary education there, she went to İzmir in 1993 to study ceramics. In 1998, she graduated from Hacettepe University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Ceramics. Between 1998-2003, she gave ceramic hobby lessons, opened exhibitions and produced many artistic urban ceramics in her workshop in Marmaris, Mugla. She is currently a PhD candidate in “Art and Design” field. Since 2009, she has been continuing her artistic ceramic works in her studio in Catalkoy. Since 2017, she has been working as a full-time lecturer at the Faculty of Art, Ceramic Department of ARUCAD.
Ozdemirag Yaglı participated in various national and international exhibitions, symposiums, workshops and biennials and she has ceramics in various national and international collections and museums.