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Dialogues About Responsible Jewellery - JOYA Barcelona on Zoom

Origen Collective - Gold for Future:  Dialogues About Responsible Jewellery Zoom Lecture 5.00pm (GMT), 12 November 2020 As part of JOYA Barcelona part the Origen Collective invite attendees to a lecture via Zoom, of the Origen - Gold for Future collective, about the social commitment of Responsible Jewelry, on November 12 at 18:00 (Spanish time, 5.00pm UK time). The concern for social commitment and sustainability in jewellery is becoming more important nowadays. In this scenario, the Dialogues on Responsible Jewellery are presented as a space for exchange and debate around the challenges and opportunities of this new conception of jewellery

Light Box With Camera Canon Power Shot

Light Box With Camera Canon Power Shot Light box with Camera Canon Power shot G9 zoom lens 12/1 mega pixels W:37cm D:26cm H:30cm £280 o.n.o.

Peter Dormer Lecture 2022- Mònica Gaspar - Like Oil and Water

Peter Dormer Lecture 2022 - Mònica Gaspar -  Like Oil and Water   6:30 pm, October 3rd 2022 Gorvy Lecture Theatre, Dyson Building, Royal College of Art or Zoom Tickets can be booked to attend in-person at the RCA Gorvy Lecture Theatre, the lecture will also be live streamed globally.  Tickets for in person and/or Zoom attendance can be booked via  Eventbrite . After a yearlong COVID enforced delay the RCA are delighted to announce that the annual Peter Dormer Lecture is back! The RCA are further delighted to announce that acclaimed international curator, academic and author Mònica Gaspar will be delivering her lecture  Like Oil and Water

Midsummer Festival of Making 2020

Midsummer Festival of Making 2020 Friday 19th – Sunday 21st June 2020 Online Cockpit Arts introduces the Midsummer Festival of Making – everyone is invited!  From London to the world, featuring 65 events with over 80 makers, the Festival of Making takes place online, on Instagram, Facebook and Zoom, over the midsummer weekend of Friday 19th – Sunday 21st June.  The packed programme features workshops, panel talks, live demonstrations and studio tours all led by some of London’s leading makers and designers – ceramicists, leatherworkers, weavers, printmakers, jewellers, glass engravers and more.  Many of the events have a midsummer flavour