György Gáspár

Graduated from the Glass Design Department at the Hungarian University of Arts and Design (currently the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, MOME), Budapest, Hungary, 2003. Assistant Professor there, 2005–2012. Head of the Design and Art Department, 2009–2010.
In 2012 he commenced his doctoral studies at the University of Pécs, Faculty of Music and
Visual Arts.

He was granted Erasmus Scholarship in Designskolen Kolding, Kolding, Denmark, 2002,
and Lajos Kozma Scholarship, 2005. He was awarded the Rector's Prize for his diploma, 2003; the Noémi Ferenczy Prize, the most important prize in Hungary in applied arts, 2009; he has been selected for the International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa 2013, Kanazawa, Japan.

He has participated in 8 solo exhibitions in Hungary, Germany and France, and 44 group shows
in Hungary, Belgium, France, Denmark, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, Finland, Bulgaria,
the Netherlands, Poland and Germany. His works are exhibited in some museum collections, including: Musée de Design et d'arts Appliqués Contemporains, mudac, Lausanne, Switzerland; Museum für modernes Glas, Öhringen, Germany; Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, Hungary; and Rippl-Rónai Museum, Kaposvár, Hungary.

He is interested in science, sci-fi movies, cooking, and travelling.