Ieva Kavaliauskaite

Ieva Kavaliauskaite

Born: 1981;

Nationality: Lithuanian

Lecturer at Šiauliai University, Art faculty, Design department; Junior research worker at the university’s “Scientific Art Research Center”, designer.

Education:
2005 finished Graphic and Applied Technologies speciality with teacher’s professional qualification. First-class diploma Bachelor of Arts at Šiauliai University, Arts faculty;
2005 till 2007 finished Siauliai University, speciality of Design with diploma work – “Transformable furniture”. Master’s of Art degree.
Professional activity:
From 2006 – untill present Lecturer of Siauliai University, faculty of Arts, Design department. Subjects: Designing, Design and Technologies, Leather articles design, Graphic Rendering of AutoCad, Graphic Design, Master thesis Research, Bachelor works and etc.
From 2010 – until present working as a junior research worker at the Scientific Art Research Center of the Siauliai university.
From 2010-2012 – manager of Šiauliai university, Art faculty project PRELUDIA LLIII-158 (Latvian-Lithuanian cross border cooperation programme 2007-2013, EU Regional Development Funds).
Creative field:
2002 – until present participant of various international, republican and town Art projects and exhibitions.
Created a fair amount of different artistic and functional design works of leather, bookbindings, also interested in Graphic Design field, Interior object design, preparing and participating with students in city and international fashion shows, exhibitions.
Craetive motto: Talent arouses inspiration, but inspiration is owned by mastery.
Additional information:
Since 2012 - Lithuanian Scientific Society member .
2008 – 2014 participating in International and Lithuanian Universities Scientific Conferences.
2008 – 2014 Participant of LLP Erasmus, Erasmus+ teaching exchange programs.
2008-untill present – author of several scientific articles about Effective contemporary art education and it’s complexity, design subject teaching methodology, process improving efficiency aspects;
2003 – 2004 a scholar of the memento fund of Carol Martin Gruodis.
Other interests: computer graphic and interior design, applied arts, leather accessories, photography, literature, travelling, etc.