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GSA Silversmithing & Jewellery at New Designers 2014

Exhibition  /  25 Jun 2014  -  28 Jun 2014
Published: 16.06.2014
GSA Silversmithing & Jewellery at New Designers 2014.
Business Design Centre
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Intro
New Designers is the UK's most important graduate design exhibition, full of innovation and fresh thinking. It takes place over two weeks, with each Part focusing on a different set of design disciplines and featuring its own Awards Programme.

Artist list

Ellis Cameron, Catriona Clark, Joy Bonfield-Colombara, Duan Hangchen, Morna Darling, Roisin Hearn, Adam Henderson, Lindsay Hill, Ailie Lawson, Lotte Letch, Nicole McCarron, Sarah-Louise McKay, Jennifer MacKinley, Mairi Perston, Hannah Ryan, Ciara Stapleton, Sun Yingzhou, Jordane Symington, Liu Tong, Cao Zhouyi
New Designers is the UK's most important graduate design exhibition, full of innovation and fresh thinking. It takes place over two weeks, with each Part focusing on a different set of design disciplines and featuring its own Awards Programme.

The show sees over 3,000 of the most talented, newly graduated designers from the UK's leading universities come together to exhibit in one spectacular venue - the Business Design Centre, London.

The Glasgow School of Art has a long tradition of metalwork beginning the day the school was established in 1845 and we have recently taken up residence in the brand new purpose built Reid Building situated opposite the world famous Mackintosh designed art school

The department has seven permanent academic staff members. All staff are active in their chosen fields of jewellery and silversmithing exhibiting both nationally and internationally. We also have a number of Visiting Lecturers, Academic Researchers and an Artist in Residence programme which enhances the diversity of the student experience.

The curriculum undertaken by students in the department is a 4 year full-time studio based learning experience which is awarded a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Silversmithing and Jewellery Design.-2016-2016
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