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Explore, Enchant, Emerge: An exhibition of artful jewellery and objects

Exhibition  /  09 Jun 2014  -  14 Jun 2014
Published: 22.05.2014
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The Graduate Show 2014 will exhibit the diverse collections by the graduates of BA (hons) Jewellery & Silversmithing from Birmingham’s prestigious School of Jewellery.
The latest crop of talented graduates from Birmingham’s prestigious School of Jewellery welcome you to be immersed in the exciting world of contemporary jewellery and object to discover all that this insightful, inspiring and innovative field of the arts has to offer.

The Graduate Show 2014 will exhibit the delightfully diverse collections by the graduates of BA (hons) Jewellery & Silversmithing* and will run from Monday 9th June to Saturday 14th June in the Exhibition Hall at the School of Jewellery, Birmingham.

The show is a culmination of three intensive and formative years of training under the guidance of world-renowned contemporary jewellers and as such is a fabulous chance to see the next generation of jewellery artists as they take their firsts steps into the field.
The show seeks to stimulate intrigue, challenge perceptions of adornment and captivate each viewer with the wealth of different meanings, materials and aesthetic styles on display.

“The diverse mix of nationalities has enabled this year’s graduates to cross cultural frontiers to generate new thinking. This results in a visual feast of fresh ideas across the spectrum of jewellery design and related products. We look forward to welcoming you to the School of Jeweller.” Zoe Robertson, Course Director

An Industry Evening, with prize-giving ceremony is to be held on Tuesday 10th June, followed by a friends and family Private View Evening on Saturday 14th. Both of the evening events will offer the chance to meet the artists, all of whom would be delighted to talk about their work and give a personal perspective; and should any of the pieces prove captivating enough to keep, the opportunity to purchase or commission pieces will be available!

Among the group many members have already received notable accolades for their work, including two graduates attaining bursaries from the esteemed Goldsmiths Company and a number of graduates being selected to represent The School of Jewellery at the New Designers exhibition at the Business Design Centre in London from 25th-28th June.

* Course title has now changed to BA (Hons) Jewellery Design & Related Products.
Youdi Lou. Brooch: Mister Dream, 2014. Brass, cold enamel paint. Youdi Lou
Brooch: Mister Dream, 2014
Brass, cold enamel paint
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Nati Sarrazin. Vessel: Untitled, 2014. Patinated copper. Contemplative vessels. Nati Sarrazin
Vessel: Untitled, 2014
Patinated copper
Contemplative vessels
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Isabella Man Liu. Object: Mending, 2014. Porcelain, gold-plated pewter. Isabella Man Liu
Object: Mending, 2014
Porcelain, gold-plated pewter
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Harriet Rose Knight. Bracelet: A Portrayal of Composure, 2014. Birch wood and sterling silver. Harriet Rose Knight
Bracelet: A Portrayal of Composure, 2014
Birch wood and sterling silver
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Bow Sangthong. Neckpiece: Mammalia, 2014. Cast soft foam, raw sheep wool and brass. Bow Sangthong
Neckpiece: Mammalia, 2014
Cast soft foam, raw sheep wool and brass
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Amy Peace Buzzard. Brooch: Forgotten Shadows, 2014. Silicone, silver, shibuichi and copper. Double brooch. Amy Peace Buzzard
Brooch: Forgotten Shadows, 2014
Silicone, silver, shibuichi and copper
Double brooch
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Abbie Williams. Brooch: Palimpsest, 2014. Plaster, Ink, Steel. Abbie Williams
Brooch: Palimpsest, 2014
Plaster, Ink, Steel
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Ruth Conway. Brooch: Threads, 2014. Birch wood, cotton fabric, acetate and thread. Ruth Conway
Brooch: Threads, 2014
Birch wood, cotton fabric, acetate and thread
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