Saturday, 19 September 2020
Mohammad Mehdi Ghanbeigui 
Born 1945, Tehran
MA, History of Art, Morley College, London, 1980
BA, Modern Painting, Canterbury College of Art, 1978
Study and education in the fields of Iranian traditional miniature, East Europe,
Qajjar period painting, Ceramic
- 12 years, secretary and member of jury at various visual arts festivals, in the fields of pottery, ceramic and painting
- Secretary of two ceramic biennials and member of jury for 7 sessions of ceramic biennials (the last being in the year 2003)
- Member of the works selection committee of the Museum of Handicrafts, 1993 to 2003
- Member of the Evaluation Committee of the National Heritage Organization since 2003
- Organization of numerous solo and participation in various international exhibitions on ceramic and painting
- Participation in the Asia – Pacific Conference in Esfahan 1996
- Participation in the Iranian Art Festival in the field of ceramic (Dusseldorf), 1991
- Awarded the prize for the best handicraft artist from the Sri Lankan President, 1991