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Göntér Ildikó – Designer in Silicate Arts – biography

Education
  • 1995-2000 The Hungarian Academy of Craft and Design /Budapest/ Department of Silicate: Designer in Silicate Arts
  • 1990-1994 “Juhász Gyula” Teachers’ Training College /Szeged, Hungary/Teacher’s diploma in Geography and Depiction
    Experience
  • 2005- TOBOZ design-Hungary /Budapest/, design products from recycled, waste, remainder materials Designer
    Awards, Scholarships
  • from 2002 “Kozma Lajos” Craftsman Industrial Arts Stipend
  • 2000 Degree work: „Medical wash basin” Special prize of Rector of the Academy
  • 1999-2000 Erasmus scholarship /Italy/ Istituto Superiore Per Le Industrie Artististiche /Roma/ Department of Industrial Designer
    Exhibitions
  • 2006 Reporting Exhibition of “Kozma Lajos” Craftsman Industrial Arts Stipend, Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts /Budapest/
  • 2005 Reporting Exhibition of “Kozma Lajos” Craftsman Industrial Arts Stipend, Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts /Budapest/
  • 2003 Private exhibition ”Fészek” Gallery, /Budapest/
  • 2003 Reporting Exhibition of “Kozma Lajos” Craftsman Industrial Arts Stipend, Hungarian Museum of Applied Arts /Budapest/
  • 2002 St.-Étienne Design Biennale /France/
  • 2001 „The Best Visual and Applied Arts Diploma Works in year 2000” Keve Gallery /Ráckeve, Hungary/
  • 2000 Diploma Exhibition /Hungarian Academy of Craft and Design/
    Private works
  • 2006 Variable mantelpiece /15cm x 15cm, unglazed fire-clay elements/ Private ownership
  • 2003 Bear, sculpture /cc. 0,5m x 0,86m x 0,62m, bronze/ Private ownership
  • 2003 Bull, sculpture /cc. 0,5m x 0,86m x 0,62m, bronze/ Private ownership
  • 2002 “Angels” in the frontal blazon on the building of the Metropolitan Court of Justice /3m x 2,5m, glazed fire-clay relief/ Budapest
  • 2001 Product family for food packaging for hand insufflation and pressed glass technology /Vend 2000 Ltd., Budapest/
  • 1997 Memorial plaque “Dr. Szarka Géza” /40x50 cm, bronze relief/ Székesfehérvár, Hungary
  • 1996 Eponymous sculpture “Teleki Blanka” /50x70 cm, baked fire-clay/ Budapest

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