Ramiz Sabbagh is The Director of Baku Centre for the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts. Upon completing his post graduate studies at the School in July 2001, Ramiz spent nearly ten years in Jordan, engaged in the development of the College of Traditional Islamic Arts which had been established by the School in 1998. As a senior lecturer/ designer maker, Ramiz contributed in transforming a two-year diploma into a four year BA Degree course and integrating it in to the Jordan University system. He developed and taught the geometry curriculum that was central to all art and craft education activities of the College.
In 2011-2012, Ramiz was invited to represent the School and its ethos in China, with field study research in the cultural heritage while developing and delivering workshops to local communities in Beijing and assorted Art and Design students in Shanghai. This has continued today with PFSTA workshops delivered annually for undergraduates in both CAFA and BIFT and to new prospective students at the new PFTSA Yuan Centre in Suzhou.