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Works & Days Seminar

Meeting  /  MunichJewelleryWeek2020  /  14 Mar 2020
Published: 28.01.2020
Mette Saabye. Necklace: Drops of Dew, 1997. Mother of pearl, steel, 925s.. 15 x 45 x 45 cm. Photo by: Klaus Haag. From series: Drops of Dew. On body.. Mette Saabye
Necklace: Drops of Dew, 1997
Mother of pearl, steel, 925s.
15 x 45 x 45 cm
Photo by: Klaus Haag
From series: Drops of Dew

On body.

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Intro
The seminar is in connection with the presentation of the Danish Arts Foundation’s Jewellery Collection at Antikensammlung in Munich from 10.03.2020 to 14.06.2020: Works and Days. In dialogue across time and space.
Time: 14th of March, Saturday 2020, 9:30 am - 11:30 am. 
Location: Galerie Handwerk.
Language: English.
Moderator: Mette Saabye, Jewellery artist & Designer.
Mette Saabye is the co-curator of, and technical consultant for Works & Days, in collaboration with Dr. Florian Knauss, Director of the Staatliche Antikensammlungen und Glyptothek München.


Welcome speech by Mette Saabye.
Introduction of the Danish Arts Foundation and the Danish-German friendship year 2020.
A short introduction to the history of the Jewellery Collection and establishment of the loan scheme.
Presentation of the exhibition "Works & Days", at the Antikensammlungen in Munich – during the period 11 March to 14 June 2020.
The exhibition features work from the Danish Arts Foundation’s Jewellery Collection and work borrowed from younger Danish jewellery artists. The jewellery is presented alongside objects from the antique collection, in a dialogue across time and space.
10 min.

Speakers:
Anni Nørskov Mørch, Exhibition curator at Koldinghus Museum.
The strategy for integrating the Jewellery Collection at Koldinghus.
What is the potential/purpose of presenting a new collection, which is an art and craft collection to be used and exhibited, into an existing context with a historical profile?
20 min + 10 min questions.
 
Jesper Schou-Knudsen, Head of Communications, Culture & Public Diplomacy at the Royal Danish Embassy, Berlin.
A collection to be used – when art and cultural diplomacy take new paths.
20 min + 10 min questions.
 
Jorunn Veiteberg. Art historian, Professor, Critic & Curator.
The Jewellery Collection seen in an international context.
The collection’s unique nature and qualities in the past and now, based on their own experiences and knowledge, including the importance of the fact that the collection is selected by both theorists and practising artists, and the new potential that has been secured in light of the loan scheme.
20 min + 10 min questions.

Helen Clara Hemsley, Jewellery maker and Janne KroghGoldsmith & Jewellery artist.
The Jewellery Collection as a door opener. 
A foundation for artistic collaboration nationally and internationally. Experiences and results of participation in the presentation of the Jewellery Collection in Seoul, in 2015.  
20 min + 10 min questions.
 
Helen Clara Hemsley. Ring: Found on the Floor, 2013. Plastic ring, fabric, cotton, cord, pins.. 6,2 × 8 × 4,5 cm. Photo by: Klaus Haag. On body.. Helen Clara Hemsley
Ring: Found on the Floor, 2013
Plastic ring, fabric, cotton, cord, pins.
6,2 × 8 × 4,5 cm
Photo by: Klaus Haag

On body.

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