Studies

- 2008 Art University of Linz (Kunstuniversitat Linz),
Visual education, PhD program, Linz, Austria

- 2007 Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, art teacher and professional texile design MA, Budapest

- 2004 Atelier Interiour Designer School, Budapest

- 2002-2004 Japanese Monbukagakusho scholarship, University of Kobe, Human development major, Kobe, Japan

- 2001 Eszterházy Károly University of Applied Sciences, Art teacher training, Eger

- 2000 Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education, Budapest

- 1995 Morley Memorial Primary School, Cambridge, England

- 1994 Kodolányi János College, English teacher training, Székesfehérvár

 

Main Individual Exhibitions

- 2015 Buddhist roads (Photo exhibition), Tara Temple, Tar
Journey to the land of kokeshis, Sushi Sei Étterem, Budapest

- 2014 Kokeshi exhibition, Kyoto International Community House/kokoka,Kyoto, Japan
    
- 2012 Rhizomes (Photo exhibition), Corvin Cultural Center, Budapest

- 2008 Kobe is my home as well, Three Furniture Gallery, Budapest

- 2005 Huggings, ISIS Gallery, Szombathely  
Prints, Ceramic Park, Budapest
Huggings, Fenomén Café, Budapest

- 2004 Farewell to Japan/Embrace, Satom Gallery Kobe;
Huggings, Csók István Gallery, Budapest

 

Major group exhibitions

- 2015 57th Japenese National Kokeshi Exhibition and Competition, Shiroishi-Zao, Japan
    
- 2014 Geishas and Samurais, Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs
Japanese fashion, photo exhibition, Hotel Wellamarin, Balaton

- 2012 Collaborative book: systematic reflection about the living experience,
INSEA exhibition, Ciprus
The woman in Japan, Corvin Culture Center, Budapest
„Giant kokeshi”, Advent exhibition, Castle Museum in Nagytétény

- 2010 Watercolour fairy tale, Supranatura Art Foundation, Budapest
Savaria Days, „Japanese Stall”, Szombathely

- 2009 Simplicity and Transience/ The inspiration of wabi sabi, Porto, Portugália

- 2007 MOME diploma exhibition, Budapest

- 2003 Screen printing exhibition, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan

- 2002/2003 Calligraphy painting, AIEJ Center, Kobe, Japan

 

Application Works

- 2014 NESTEA new outfit, kokeshi design, Coca-Cola

- 2009 KofferArt, KLM Application

- 2007 World Offline, Fashion design competition

- 2004 10th Anniversary of Kobe Earthquake, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art competition

- 2001 Ceramic tile design, Zalakerámia Rt.

 

Prizes

- 2015 Prize of the Governor of Miyagi- (as the first foreign awarded)

- 2015 57th Japenese National Kokeshi Exhibition and Competition, Shiroishi-Zao, Japan

- 2001 Interior design competition, Special prize: Eszterházy Károly College, Patchwork Exhibition, ELTE, Budapest  

 

Publications

- 2015/2014 DIY section and interior design expert - Lakáskultúra Magazine

- 2015 Do it yourself section - Fanny Magazine

- 08/2015 About the Asian culture for youth vol.2, in the book “Japan” - Virág Hársvölgyi, Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

- 2012 RHIZOMES – Tóth-Vásárhelyi Réka, Napkút Publishing, Budapest

- 2010 Japanese fashion as a cultural assimilation, PRAE journal

- 2009 STORY OF THE WONDERFUL WOODEN DOLL – Children’s storybook, Tóth-Vásárhelyi Réka, Napkút Publishing, Budapest

- 2007 Life in Pre-school, vol.15/3.-16/1. Anniversary Conference for Art Teachers – New Podium journal

- 2007/2006 High school drawing lessons - Irány.hu magazine
 
- 2006 Tales of the World - Tasi Kata – Tóth-Vásárhelyi Réka, illustration of Children’s storybook, Magyar Napló, Budapest

- 2005 PEBBLES - Tandori Dezső - Tóth-Vásárhelyi Réka, Japanese Haiku’s collection and photo album, Print-X Publishing, Budapest

- 2005 Alternative Art Education in Japan –National Association of Hungarian Art Teachers, Methodological Publication

- 2004 Harakiri - Four Men Magazine

- 2004 Terebess website (www.terebess.hu) - Asia Lexicon, Japan, Japanese cultural articles

- 2003 Harmony of colours – Széplak Magazine

- 2001 Junken” and “Advises for MONBUSHO research students”– Andzsin-san Magazine

- 2000 A tiny square – Széplak Magazine