Graduate Teaching Assistant
Nasrin Iravani is a graduate student in ceramics working toward the MFA and serves as a graduate teaching assistant in ceramics. Iravani received the MA and the BA in Handicrafts (ceramics) from Tehran University of Art. Her work is inspired by Persian art and history and she is particularly interested in figurative forms. Iravani presents a critical view of ethical, social and cultural issues in her art work and is currently working on a collection of pieces titled Femininity, which refers to women’s rights and concerns.
Her selected international, national and juried exhibitions include L’artigiano in Fiera 2016, Milan; Fitur 2016, Feria de Madrid, Spain; International Handicraft Exhibition; Tehran; 46th International Art Show, Brownsville Museum of Fine Art (Texas); The Millennial Show (juried), TEJAS Gallery, Dayton, OH; Clay: A Southern Census (juried), New Orleans; 33rd Annual Alabama Clay Conference, Montgomery, AL; The Ritual Table: A Place of Memory, A State of Mind, Corning, NY; and Vitreous (juried), Clay Center of New Orleans.
M.A., Tehran Art University (2015), Iran Handicrafts (ceramics)