Student

Nasrin Iravani


DDES Candidate




nirava4@lsu.edu

Fabrication Culture: Material and Technology BA & MA Tehran University of Art, Iran
MFA University of Alabama



Nasrin Iravani is a Doctor of Design student in Cultural Preservation at Louisiana State University. She has a master of fine art in ceramics from the University of Alabama. Her educational background includes a BA and MA in handicrafts from the Tehran University of Art. Her work is engaged in a dialogue between traditional Persian art and western contemporary art. She juxtaposes these two concepts in physical forms to build a bridge between traditional values and modern concepts. She has participated in many national and international art exhibitions and conferences including Artigiano in Fiera Handicraft Exhibition in Milan (Italy), Fitur exhibition Feria Internacional de Turismo in Madrid (Spain), International Integrated Design Camp in Seoul (South Korea), International Handicraft Exhibition in Tehran (Iran), Graduate Student Biennial Exhibition of The Clay Studio in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), Content Matters Exhibition of Marin MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Novato, (California), and more.