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‘MUST SEE’ THE FANTASTIC GRADUATE SHOW AT THE SCHOOL OF JEWELLERY IN 2014!
The extraordinary talent and success from the 38 final year students on the BA Jewellery and Silversmithing degree course covering aspects of body adornment and fine metalworking from the development of original design concepts through to the finely crafted finished work at the world famous School of Jewellery. This show is fast becoming a ‘must see’ for those in the know and is an ideal opportunity to discover new artists, many at the beginning of their careers.The show time is from Monday 9th June and continues until Saturday 14th June.
As the culmination of 3 years hard work, the graduating students will exhibit their final collections- each presenting a unique body of work from designing for the mainstream jewellery or silverware industries to the pursuit of very personal works intended for gallery exposure and preparation for their feature career. The 38 BA students will challenge perceived boundaries and use the artefact as a way of defining a personal response to social and cultural issue with strong concept or concentrated in visual aspect, the pieces will made by excellent hand making skills in variety materials and techniques which all have thousand practice behind.
Sally Collins, a tutor from the BA course at the school, had this to say about the show- ‘This year’s exhibition promises to be full of innovative, exciting and beautifully crafted pieces that will really demonstrate the students working at the forefront of the discipline. New materials, new functions, new forms, new concepts- a show you’ll be sorry to miss!’
The entire students graduate this year will exhibit their final collections. The degree show is open to the general public and free to attend, the designer will be on hand to talk about their work. Following on from the show at the School of Jewellery, a selection of the students will be exhibiting their work at the world renowned ‘New Designers’ exhibition, which takes place at the Design Museum in London. All pieces will be for sale, and the designers are happy to accept commissions.
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