The exhibition closes 4pm Saturday 4.00pm.
Featuring the Honours Research of J&SO Honours candidates Alison Shand, Andrew Lowrie,…Continue
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Last night at the opening of To That Which Is the Queensland College of Art Bachelor of Fine Art and Master of Arts in Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition the following recipients of awards were announced:
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Last night the recipients of the QCA 2011 Jewellery and Small Objects Industry Awards were announced. Leading contemporary jeweller Barbara Heath embraced the difficult task of selecting the recipients for 10 of the awards.
The recipients for the eMVee Awards were decided be Maria and Vanessa from eMVee and the Design Institute of Australia Award was decided by DIA supplied criteria.…Continue
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We were delighted to be part of QCA's Jewellery and Small Objects Graduates' Exhibition last night. eMVee awarded its inaugural Emerging Artist Award to two graduating students - Congratulations to Mary Davies and Adrianna Collard. We loved the work showcased.
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Curated by Jessica Turrell, Surface & Substance showcases the work of thirty jewellers from Europe and North America whose innovative exploration of enamel challenges traditional preconceptions. The exhibition provides an opportunity to reflect on a significant revival of interest in enamel during the past decade.
The exhibition was presented in two parts, a part was showing in …Continue
Welcome to ManJewellery, a one-day-only jewellery event in Melbourne, Australia.
Traditional etiquette recommends the 'less is more' approach for men in the jewellery department - a watch, cufflinks, a wedding ring, maybe a neck chain.
But now that the 21st century is well…Continue
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Studio 20/17 in Sydney’s Waterloo is once again hosting its Annual Christmas Showcase of contemporary jewellery.
This year over 20 local and international artists will be…Continue
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Whilst writing an article on the Wonderful History of jewellery it occured to me that the joy of owning an artisan piece is that it is unique; all jewellery is handmade and crafted by using techniques developed over centuries. Each piece tells a story and is often inspired by the jeweller’s life journey, the natural world and everyday interactions. The joy of owning an artisan piece of jewellery is that it too will come to have a history, a story, is inspired or…
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