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Munich Jewellery Week 2024

Munich Jewellery Week 2024 28 February - 3 March 2024 Munich Jewellery Week is an annual, independent, artist-run contemporary jewellery initiative that takes place in the city of Munich every March. The success of the event, which grows exponentially every year, is in thanks to the spirit of collaboration by jewellery artists and designers from all over the world: students, emerging, mid-career and established art jewellers alike come to present their jewellery on their own terms, and in their own unique ways. MJW has gained a reputation for being the most important event for the field worldwide, and the number

Midcentury Modern®

Midcentury Modern® Dulwich College, SE217LD Sunday 24th March 2024 Now in its 20th year Midcentury Modern® has some fantastic contemporary designers and top midcentury dealers heading to celebrated interiors fair Midcentury Modern® on March 24th along with some inspirational jewellery designers. Newbies Will Sharp Jewellery and Eleanor Whitworth will both be premiering this time round. Will’s designs include both his everyday 3D printed range created from plant based PLA being sustainable, lightweight and colourful, perfect for everyday wear plus his recycled silver range made with traditional techniques and casting. Eleanor Whitworth’s pieces are entirely handmade in her Glasgow studio, marrying

Craft Festival at Cheltenham Town Hall

Craft Festival at Cheltenham Town Hall 8-10  March  2024 Craft Festival have been organising high quality craft fairs for 20 years.  We have established ourselves in the beautiful Regency town of Cheltenham and will be returning to the iconic Town Hall in March 2024 for a great weekend of craft and making.  Craft Festival will feature 100 selected makers from across the UK with a programme of workshops for all ages and craft demonstrations set in the stunning surroundings of Cheltenham Town Hall. Applications are invited from makers working to the highest standards. You make ceramics, glass, textiles, jewellery, metal, wood, plastics, mixed

US$2M Available GIA Scholarships 2021

Call for Applications: GIA Scholarships 2021 Whether you are new to the gem and jewelry industry or a veteran looking to expand your knowledge, education from GIA will equip you with the tools to succeed. A scholarship from GIA makes achieving your educational goals financially attainable. GIA is accepting scholarship applications until March 31, 2021 for classes that start June through December of this year. The scholarships are open to prospective students around the world. For this application cycle, all prospective students may apply for distance education programs, with limited on-campus scholarship availability due to pandemic-related capacity restrictions. For details

Memories are Made of This

Memories   Are   Made   Of   This Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London W1K 23 November 2023 - 2 March 2024  Zoe Arnold work in progress How do we mark important events or people in our lives?   How can we do  this  in a meaningful, personal and contemporary way? These  are  the questions posed by curator Corinne Julius in a new Jewellery exhibition  Memories   Are   Made   Of   This ,  at Sarah Myerscough Gallery. Lin Cheung / works as part of her 'Keep' + 'New Page' series There is a long history  of  commemorative jewellery from love

Trove: fine jewellers from the Goldsmiths’ Centre exhibit at Fortnum & Mason

Trove: fine jewellers from the Goldsmiths’ Centre exhibit at Fortnum & Mason From 30th March until 12 June 2023, the fine jewellery collective Trove, representing eight goldsmiths from the Goldsmiths’ Centre in London, will be showcasing their high-quality artisanal designs in the iconic Fortnum & Mason jewellery showroom. Their inspirations span the globe, from the natural world to pop art, family heritage to glitched technologies. All of their jewellery businesses are based at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, an educational charity and creative hub, close to Farringdon and London’s famous jewellery quarter, Hatton Garden. Charlotte Dew, Public Programme Manager explains: “ The

Earth To Earth | Adi Toch Solo Exhibition

Earth To Earth | Adi Toch Solo Exhibition Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London W1K 23 November 2023 - 2 March 2024   Earth to Earth is the first solo presentation of new works by Adi Toch that explores the profundity of nature’s mark-making and the touches of time. The show features new collections that are an extension of her Shrouded series, exhibited as part of the Cheongju Craft Biennale in Korea in 2023. The artist slowly shapes her objects: vessels are converted from flat sheets of metal to final sumptuous forms, while mirrors are cut, engraved and polished. There is a delicacy in the generously rounded shapes that belies the intensity of the process. Adi exacts her will on malleable but defiant metal