Part B - jewellery dialogue group
This Saturday the 4th of December we're off to see Fresh! at 2pm at… Continue
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There were two highly significant jewellery exhibitions mounted by the Crafts Council of Australia in the late seventies. Ten Australian Jewellers
was the first show of its kind to tour Asia. The second, Australian Landscape
(1978) seemed quite important given the participants, but record of it appears to be lost. This was the period when the question of Australian identity in jewellery was most… Continue
Added by Kevin Murray on November 22, 2010 at 7:57pm —
Added by Stella Chrysostomou on November 22, 2010 at 12:00pm —
Inseparable Companion is the annual end-of-year exhibition by students of the Jewellery + Object Design department of the Design Centre Enmore. Every year the quality of design and workmanship displayed breaks new ground and challenges the boundaries of contemporary Jewellery + Object Design. Continue
This exhibition will be held at the Danks St Galleries, Depots I & II, Danks St, Waterloo, and will run from the 1st to the 5th of…
Added by Jewellery + Object Design on November 19, 2010 at 4:25pm —
Title: Liana Pattihis -Alysodeméno (Chained)
Liana Pattihis Art Jewellery 2010
Technical data: Softcover+ flaps, 21cm x 15cm (A5 size), 80 pages
full colour images.
Added by Liana Pattihis on November 19, 2010 at 7:30am —
Peter Deckers- The pleasure beast: in moving targets…
Added by Masterworks Gallery on November 16, 2010 at 12:14pm —
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Steal This! brought to you by Part B.
Added by Melissa Cameron on November 14, 2010 at 2:49pm —
Added by Stephenie Lynch on November 13, 2010 at 7:00am —
Jewellery designer maker Farrah Al-Dujaili is one of ninety-five designer makers to be selected to exhibit at Talente at the International Trade Fair in Munich in March 2011. ‘I hope to establish myself as a jeweller through well-made, innovative pieces and being part of an established exhibition like Talente is a great… Continue
Added by Farrah Al-Dujaili on November 12, 2010 at 2:00am —
Thursday 18th November @ 6.30pm Continue
Midland Railway Workshops
Main Entrance, Yelverton Drive
Included is a presentation by renowned furniture designer Jon Goulder and internationally acclaimed jewellery designers Helen Britton &…
Added by FORM on November 11, 2010 at 2:29pm —
From the snowy cultural hotspot of Munich to the spacious energy city of Perth: internationally respected jewellers Helen Britton and David Bielander have transplanted their Munich workshop to the historic Midland Railway Workshops for three months, as part of a Creative Residency Program at Midland Atelier.
Britton and Bielander are in Western Australia as guests of Perth-based creative development body FORM. Britton originally trained in Western Australia at both Edith Cowan… Continue
Added by FORM on November 8, 2010 at 5:03pm —
FORM is now offering a Practitioner's Membership with liability insurance.
Tailored specifically for artists, craftsperson's and designers, this membership delivers a comprehensive public liability insurance package on top of the usual benefits included in a Individual FORM Membership.
The Practitioner's Membership caters specifically for individuals who are primarily involved in the production and sale of their own artworks and items of their… Continue
Added by FORM on November 5, 2010 at 3:09pm —
Gray Street Workshop is opening a new and exciting gallery and retail space at the front of the workshop!
Established in 1985, Gray Street Workshop is a collectively run studio and access facility for artists working in the field of contemporary jewellery and object making. The uncompromising commitment of this group of artists to their work and to a studio-based practice has enabled Gray Street to evolve into one of Australia's most exciting and
Added by Gray Street Workshop on November 4, 2010 at 10:00am —
Hi, I've just started a discussion
here at Kit & Caboodle about the affect of Facebook on jewellery. This is part of the Southern Charms
project, which beside the exhibition is a broader conversation about the role of 'power jewellery' in contemporary life. I hope to gather the discussion into an article on the subject. Please feel free to share… Continue
Added by Kevin Murray on November 4, 2010 at 9:51am —