Ceramics and Glass Design

Ceramics and Glass Design

The Department of Ceramics and Glass Design 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 material chemistry and traditional techniques.

The programme is based on a triadic bond between technical education, critical thinking and historical perspective that encourages students to demonstrate their artistic practice with ceramic and/or glass material as part of their intellectual and critical inquiry. A wide range of practice-led studios and workshops offer common strategies for creative thinking, complemented by lectures and seminars where visual arts and history meet in the fields of philosophy, psychology, architecture, design, technology and natural sciences.



  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Ayşenur Ceren Asmaz
    Acting Head of Department

    She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Anadolu University in Glass Art and her Proficiency in Art degree in Ceramics from Dokuz Eylül University. Besides various symposiums, biennials and exhibitions, the artist has two solo glass exhibitions named “İnsanın kanadı; gayretidir” and “Inner Monsters Glass Edition”, a solo ceramics exhibition named “Recipe for Disaster”; also she has an illustration exhibition of her illustrations for the poetry book named “Two Rivers”. The artist has three awards, one for sculpture and two for ceramics and her works are featured in the collections of South Korean International Macsabal Museum and Applied Art Museum at the Stieglitz Academy.

    1. ceren.asmaz@arucad.edu.tr
  • Prof. Dr. Lale Dilbaş

    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.

    1. lale.dilbas@arucad.edu.tr