Back

City and Guilds Jewellery Exhibition

Exhibition  /  18 Jul 2014  -  25 Jul 2014
Published: 24.07.2014
.

© By the author. Read Klimt02.net Copyright.

Intro
The City Lit presents the exhibition "City and Guilds Jewellery" with works from students of the three levels: beginners, intermediate and advanced. Alongside the City and Guilds students. The Emerging Makers in residence also exhibit their work.
City Lit
Level 1-3
The City Lit, City and Guilds Jewellery exhibition is a celebration of work from students on three courses, beginners, intermediate and advanced. Each course is centred around two assignments which are object focused, e.g. a fretwork brooch and unusual settings project in the third level.

Students learn traditional jewellery skills such as chain making, stone setting, and surface manipulation; building on them throughout the three years, leading to further material exploration by the third level, including aluminium, leather and felt. There is a strong emphasis on design skills throughout the three levels alongside researching historical and contemporary jewellery. Some students are aiming to make jewellery their career and others are studying for personal enjoyment.

Alongside the City and Guilds students, The Emerging Makers in residence also exhibit their work. The EMIR scheme was set up to bridge the gap between the level three course and setting up a jewellery practise. The EMIR students have the opportunity for further 1:1 guidance as they are beginning their careers and in return they mentor the current City and Guilds students and share their journey as their professional practise develops.

Each course involves a Live project. Current projects include, The Judith Crowe Award for level one students. Claudia Rice live project for level two and Econe Gallery live project for level three.

Students on the higher courses also have the opportunity to take part in Pop Up shops held at the college.

Exhibiting Artists:
Level one
Anna Maher | Arifa Khan | Basia Temel | Charmaine Popat | Gacek Katarzyna | Geeta Kotecha | Mahsa Ghasemzadeh | Natalia Markland | Regina Al-Habib Nmeir

Level two
Angela Willessey | Ewa Zukowska | Juliana Ballaminut | Karina Cabrera | Laura Gillings | Lesley Pollock | Lily Kember | Neama Fathalla | Suzan Keen | Suzanne Ramjoue | Tibor Pischinger

Level three
Cathy Comber | Helen Woods | Jane Nead | Joann Durrant | Jitka Mamo | Konstantinos Karanikas | Marion Lebouteiller | Sandra Bornemann

Emerging makers in residence
Billie M Vigne | Emily Bedford | Joanna Teague | Susheel Rao

Workshop students
Brigitte Christine | Gail Durbin | Joanna Teague | Julia Lyell-2016-2016

Remarks

You are warmly invited to attend the City and Guilds private view at 6pm on Friday 18 July.

Opening hours:
9am-9pm
25 July, 9am-3pm
Konstantinos Karanikas. Brooch: Untitled, 2014. Oxidized silver, gold leaf, gold, pearls. Photo by Joanne Haywood. Konstantinos Karanikas
Brooch: Untitled, 2014
Oxidized silver, gold leaf, gold, pearls
Photo by Joanne Haywood
© By the author. Read Klimt02.net Copyright.
Sandra Bornemann. Brooch: Precious moment, 2014. Silver, enamel, steel. Photo by Joanne Haywood. Sandra Bornemann
Brooch: Precious moment, 2014
Silver, enamel, steel
Photo by Joanne Haywood
© By the author. Read Klimt02.net Copyright.
Marion Lebouteiller. Brooch: Untitled, 2014. Patinated bronze, oxidised silver, steel. Photo by Joanne Haywood. Marion Lebouteiller
Brooch: Untitled, 2014
Patinated bronze, oxidised silver, steel
Photo by Joanne Haywood
© By the author. Read Klimt02.net Copyright.
Appreciate APPRECIATE