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International Summer Academy of Gemstones and Jewellery at Campus Idar-Oberstein 2024

Meeting  /  10 Aug 2024  -  30 Aug 2024
Published: 06.06.2024
International Summer Academy of Gemstones and Jewellery at Campus Idar-Oberstein 2024.
Hochschule Trier
Management:
Theo Smeets
DEADLINE: 01/08/2024
Stone cutting work at the Campus Idar-Oberstein.
Stone cutting work at the Campus Idar-Oberstein

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Intro
Each summer the Idar-OberSTEIN Campus opens its workshops to jewellery designers and students from all over the world. In fourteen different workshops, instructed by renowned artists, you will be able to discover new artistic horizons and master techniques to be implemented into your professional practice. 
The International Summer Academy creates an intercultural learning platform by establishing an intensive exchange between participants from all over the world. The two-week program gives you the option to choose your focus and to participate either in one or in two workshops. Workshops will be offered by teachers from Afghanistan, Belgium, Germany, Georgia, Italy, and Estonia.

In addition to the workshops, there will be opportunities to participate in excursions to jewellery and gemstone merchants, as well as visits to the agate and copper mines within the Idar-Oberstein area. Please reserve also time for a visit to the Jakob Bengel Foundation and the unique gemstone museum: "Deutsches Edelstein Museum" (German site only).


Week 1. From 19 - 23 Aug 2024
Week 2. From 26 - 30 August 2024
>> Registration: Deadline: 1st of August 2024


Workshop Fee
1 Workshop = 650 euro; (students = 500 euro).
2 Workshops = 1.100 euro; (students = 900 euro).

The workshop fee covers the cost of:
  • Participation in a course with instruction and supervision by a qualified artist.
  • Use of studio and equipment during class hours.
  • Attendance at various in-house events organised by the International Summer Academy.
The fee does not cover the cost of:
  • Necessary materials,
  • Excursions,
  • Travel or accommodation.
Courses may be booked only for their full duration.


Conditions for registration
Cancellation:
In case of cancellation by the applicant:
  • After issuing the invoice, an administrative fee of 50 euros; will be retained/charged,
  • Between 8 weeks and 4 weeks before the beginning of the workshop, 25 % of the workshop fee will be retained,
  • Within 4 weeks before the beginning of the workshop, 50 % of the workshop fee will be retained.
When the Summer Academy has begun, no refund will take place.
Cancellation by ISA can take place:
  • If a course is not booked with a minimum number of participants,
  • If a course cannot be offered because of force majeure.
Force Majeure:
Besides the above-mentioned, a refund of a participant fee will be made at any time
  • In cases of force majeure for the applicant (illness, accident, death in family), cancellation should be notified immediately, with written proof of the reasons for cancellation.
  • In case a course cannot take place.
Other reasons (dissatisfaction, programme changes) do not entitle to any refund.

(If you register as a student, first prepare a JPG- or PDF copy of your Student ID or any other proof of matriculation.)
After receiving your completed registration form, you will receive an email with an invoice and details of our bank account.
 
Your payment is due within 2 weeks after the date of the invoice. In case of delayed payment, your place will go to the next in line. After payment of the invoice, your reservation will be confirmed by email.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in contact with us via: info@jewellery-summer.academy.

 
Stone cutting work at the Campus Idar-Oberstein.
Stone cutting work at the Campus Idar-Oberstein

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CAD Work by Stefanie Talhammer.
CAD Work by Stefanie Talhammer

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Carved organic material by Peter Vermandere.
Carved organic material by Peter Vermandere

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Commissioned photography work by Manuel Ocana.
Commissioned photography work by Manuel Ocana

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Stone cutting work by Silvia Bellia .
Stone cutting work by Silvia Bellia 

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Stone sculpting work by Levan Jishkariani.
Stone sculpting work by Levan Jishkariani

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Kira Fritsch. Ring: Memento mori, 2017. Silver oxidised, hand cut glass.. 3.5 x 3 x 5 cm. Photo by: Dirk Eisel. From series: Memento mori. Kira Fritsch
Ring: Memento mori, 2017
Silver oxidised, hand cut glass.
3.5 x 3 x 5 cm
Photo by: Dirk Eisel
From series: Memento mori
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Stone carving work by Julia Maria Künnap.
Stone carving work by Julia Maria Künnap

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Danni Schwaag. Ring: Oval, 2018. Ring, copper, enamel.. Photo by: Danni Schwaag. Danni Schwaag
Ring: Oval, 2018
Ring, copper, enamel.
Photo by: Danni Schwaag
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Susanne Matsché. Brooch: The Second Icon, 2017. Silver, enamel, steel pin.. Photo by: Johannes Zappe. Susanne Matsché
Brooch: The Second Icon, 2017
Silver, enamel, steel pin.
Photo by: Johannes Zappe
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