BIEN 2021

30. 7. 2021, at 13.28, written by OTO
Textile art biennial – BIEN 2021 26 May–14 August 2021 Kranj, Radovljica, Škofja Loka At the textile art biennial BIEN 2021, students of Textile and Fashion Design present themselves through numerous projects, visualisations and performances, which in the form of various textile genres and techniques reflect their research of artistic-textile articulation and response to the ... Read more

3D printed jewelery ReForma Viva

5. 7. 2021, at 13.07, written by Karin Košak
Master students of textile and clothing design present 3D printed jewelry at a documentary exhibition entitled Re / Forma viva on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Forma Viva International Symposium of Sculptors in the Božidar Jakac Gallery in Kostanjevica na Krki. The exhibition is on view from 2 July to 26 September. ... Read more


14. 6. 2021, at 13.38, written by OTO
Warmly welcome to this years’ final students exhibition RE_DI_FI_NI, that will take place from 16th to 30th June 2021 in front of Modern Gallery, Cankarjeva cesta 15, Ljubljana. Visual identity: rok mar visuals Photo: Lucija Rosc, Tjaša Barbo, Mario Zupanov   Prisrčno vabljeni na zaključno razstavo študentov Katedre za oblikovanje tekstilij in oblačil RE_DE_FI_NI, ki bo na ogled od 16. 6. do 30. 6. 2021 na ... Read more


9. 6. 2021, at 11.12, written by Karin Košak
CUSHION REDEFINITION at the BIEN festival in Kranj The students wondered what the pillow meant to us in this uncertain corona time. Either as a symbol of comfort and cosyness at home or. shelter during forced confinement between four walls. They researched the concept of “cocooning”. (“Cocooning means staying in your home isolated from perceived ... Read more


27. 5. 2021, at 10.54, written by Karin Košak
Welcome and kindly invited to the information day for the 2nd level Textile and Clothing Design, which will take place on June 3, 2021 at 12 noon at MS Teams. The presentation of the OTO master’s study will take place via a video conference in MS Teams at this link, through which anyone can get ... Read more

Information days

1. 2. 2021, at 9.20, written by IGT
We are inviting you to join presentations of our bachelor’s studies Graphic and Media Technology and Graphic and Interactive Communication. You can join us on Friday or Saturday, 12th or 13th of February, via links below. The presentations will be held in Slovene, but stay tuned, soon there will also be an English presentation! Graphic ... Read more

Se vidimo? Se slišimo? | virtual exhibition

28. 1. 2021, at 10.51, written by Veronika Štampfl
Winter semester is ending and with that also our projects. Students of Graphic and interactive communication – master’s have designed multiple graphic products for companies Slovenian Tourist Board and EpiCoro Games, the latter were presented not only to EpiCoro Games, but Voodoo as well, one of the main game publishing companies worldwide. We are inviting ... Read more

Virtual exhibition FUTURE MATERIALS

1. 12. 2020, at 12.35, written by Mirjam Leskovšek
The innovations “FLAREMID6”, non-flammable polyamide 6 fibres, and Cotton Miracle, multifunctional antimicrobial, water- and oil-repellent and flame-retardant cotton fibres, are part of the virtual exhibition “Future materials”. Both innovations were developed by colleagues from the Chair of Textile and Clothing Engineering, in collaboration with the Department of Materials Chemistry of the National Institute of Chemistry. ... Read more


27. 11. 2020, at 13.25, written by OTO
WE ARE HAPPY TO REVEAL the LITTLE BLACK DRESS project, an experimental part of the project Chanel Phenomenon, which is a part of European Researchers’ Night 2020 – Humanities rock! As part of the project, the participants designed a little black dress based on contemporary sustainability principles, which should be as universal, timeless, radical and ... Read more

Stories of Montanistika in the world of virtual reality

18. 11. 2020, at 14.22, written by Ines Vidmar
Welcome! This links on the sketch of the building lead you in the three-dimensional space and provide you with an interactive presentation of stones that adore the Montanistika building. The Montanistika building was designed in 1937 by architect France Tomažič. The two hammers above the entrance serve to indicate the meaning of the word montanistika ... Read more
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