Artistic Ceramics

Artistic Glass Design

Textile Design
Fashion Design
Industrial Design
Artistic Processing of Wood and Furniture design
Jewellery and Metal Decorative Plastics
Research Laboratory of Blue Table Cloths

Tapestry and Art Textile Museum

Textile Design

Head of the Direction Professor Tinatin Kldiashvili

Geographic position of Georgia, the specific character of its vernacular culture and some branches of local agriculture, especially, sheep farming which is associated with wool harvesting, contributed to the development of textile production in the country. Natural dyes traditionally applied to yarns produce a rich variety of colours. Wool is still used to manufacture mats, carpets, felt and various accessories.

The tradition of textile manufacture prepared grounds for textile studies at the Academy. The Chair of Textile opened at the Faculty of Decorative and Applied Arts in 1959, which contributed to the development of contemporary Georgian textile design.


Tinatin Kldiashvili, Professor
Lia Guraspashvili, Associate Professor
Beka Nutsubidze, Associate Professor
Manana Dzidzikashvili, Assistant Professor