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Artist Bio

Boglárka Tóth is a Hungarian mixed-media artist who lives and works in Birmingham.

She studied Fine Art at the Bristol School of Art where she found her artistic voice and developed her unique style.


Boglárka's practice is rooted in her cultural heritage and in her rural upbringing in North-East Hungary surrounded by nature and traditional craft making. 

She uses emotional mapping as a tool to translate inner landscapes into tangible pieces. Her intuitive creative process serves as an opportunity for reflection and meaning-making.



Fine Art FDA
Birstol School of Art

Engagement with contemporary fine art practice and its relationship to cultural and creative industries.  Experimenting in a range of different media and exploring processes of making in drawing, print, painting, ceramics, textiles, sculpture, or using digital processes such as photography, film, or graphics. Individual and collective studio practice.


Art & Design

Access to HE
Bristol School of Art

Introduction to the breadth of disciplines across art, design and craft areas, through both theoretical and practical workshops that enabled  assembling an effective and personal portfolio. Specialist workshops including fine art, printmaking, 3D design, graphics and textiles as well as contextual modules looking at art and design.


Sociology BA
University of Debrecen,

Introduction to sociology’s basic concepts, theories, research methods, and subfields, covering topics of socialization, deviance and crime, family, economic inequality, cul­ture, gender, religion, and social movements. Training in research techniques, information retrieval, critical analysis and communication using a range of styles and formats. 

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