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Jodie Hruby

jodie_hrubyJodie Hruby teaches in the School of Art and Design at Prague College and mainly in our flagship Masters in Future Design. Jodie is an architect/designer with an MSc in Architecture, Urbanism, and Architectural Conservation from the US and the UK, with further MA design studies at the Chelsea College of Art + Design in London.

An explorer at heart, she has lived and worked in various countries in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and is widely travelled – feeding a strong desire to know other cultures. She has a keen interest in the intermingling of the arts with the sciences and technology (high/low/fast/slow), to achieve the delicate combination from which poetry emerges.

Jodie is also a writer/editor/translator collaborating with architects, artists, playwrights, designers, musicians, performers, etc. on projects across Europe, as well as on books and publications. Prior to living in Prague she founded and directed a nomadic platform for the arts in Brussels, presenting performance, music, and visual arts exhibitions, often in parallel. In her free time she creates projects ranging from 3D poetry to scripts for plays, and is currently learning to play the piano.


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School of Art & Design


MA Art & Design, Chelsea College of Art, London UK
MSc Architectural Conservation, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh UK
BSc Architecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan USA