2020 - 2022 MA Ceramics & Glass, Royal College of Art
2016 Level 3 Professional Practice Associated With
The Creative Industries, The City & Guilds of London Institute.
2013 - 2016 BA Design Crafts, De Montfort University Leicester.
2007 - 2011 Level 3 in Fine Arts, Kretingos Meno Mokykla Lithuania.
2022 Stanislav Libensky Award 2022, Rosenberg Palace, Prague
2022 The Italian Glass Weeks 2022, Glass Artists Hub under 35 years, Palazzo Giustinian Lolin, Venice
2022 Glasshaus +, The Gallery Parndon Mill, Essex
2022 British Glass Biennale 2022, Ruskin Glass Centre, Stourbridge
2022 An advent of everything, Beta X, Leicester
2022 Encounter, Royal College of Art, London
2022 Melting Point, Royal College Of Art, Preston’s
private house,Chelsea, London
2022 The Amber Room, Reference Point, London
2021 Bursting In The Neutral Zone, Sugarhouse Studio, London
2020 Open door event, Deacon Street Arts, Leicester
2019 Oozing Glass, Solo Exhibition, Marvellous Art Gallery, Leicester
2019 Oozing Glass, Solo Exhibition, Cafe Conexion, Leicester
2016 New Designers 2016: Part 1, The Business Design Centre, London
2015 Crafted, Trinity House, De Montfort University, Leicester
2022. New Glass Review 42, The Corning Museum of Glass. Commented by Erika Diamond. New York.
2021. Emerging Potters, 23 issue RCA Work in progress. Paul Bailey, ISSUU platform.
2021. In dialogue with history, History of Design and Ceramics & Glass MA students. Royal College of Art, London.
2023. Artist residency at Royal Danish Academy. Bornholm, Denmark.
Odunpazarı Modern Museum Turkey
Dovile Grigaliunaite is a visual artist based in London. Born in Lithuania. Her art education began at age 12 at Kretingos Meno Mokykla, Lithuania - a high school specialising in Art and associated subjects. Dovile moved to the UK in 2012 and undertook a BA in Design Crafts at De Montford University, graduating in 2016. Her most recent education was an MA in Ceramics and Glass at the Royal College of Art in London, graduating in 2022.
Dovile’s work embodies the human qualities of fluidity, resistance, and adaptation. The pieces explore the shaping of boundaries between beings. She uses variations in material, form, and texture, seeking to discover new representations of human dynamics. Her creative journey has taken her from exploring various visual media to embracing glass blowing as a form of communication. This evolution has allowed her to develop a deeper understanding of materials, techniques, and the creative process itself. Glass blowing has become a language, a dialogue between her and her surroundings.