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Out of Town. Hard to Find Jewellery School travels the Netherlands for a workshop with Ted Noten

Workshop  /  Artists   ShortCourses  /  05 Jun 2019  -  16 Jun 2019
Published: 10.04.2019
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Intro
Out of town is about a full immersion on art, creativity, design, meeting awesome people, visiting incredible artists private studios, all about jewelry organized by the Mexican Jewellery School Hard to Find. This is a trip to get full of knowledge about the contemporary jewelry world.
Keydates:
• June 5 Arrival to Amsterdam.
• June 6 to11, Amsterdam, visit to different museums for art, design and contemporary art. Art Jewelry Galleries, Artists Private Studios, plus some suprises .
• June 12,13 and 14 Full day workshop with Ted Noten at his studio.
• June 15 Visit Galerie Marzee and back to Amsterdam.
• June16 Flight back.
Full detail of schedule will be provided once joined the Out of Town program.

Price: 
$4800 USD cash, on a single room occupancy.
$4250 USD cash, on a double room occupancy, sharing with one person of the group and subject to availability, we must have 2 person mini group to
do it.

All hotel nights, all transportation inside Netherlands regarding the schedule, tram, trains are included. Entrance to museums in schedule and of course the
3 day workshop with Ted Noten. Some breakfast will be included and lunch during 3 day workshop. You can reserve with 50% before April 15th, and the rest must be fully paid no later than May 20th.

***Once you sign up for the workshop, there are no cancellations, or returns of any kind, with the commitment to fully pay the total of the trip fee.


About the teacher:
Ted Noten’s designs act as a critique on contemporary life and on the history of jewellery, as well as on the wider context of product design. Interestingly, his work equally relates to architecture. The underlying, recurring, theme of his work is to challenge convention and processes of habituation, the familiar and the unusual. His oeuvre gains in depth from his idiosyncratic response to the apparent familiarity of our daily surroundings, whether this be a market street in Amsterdam, the explosion of building construction in Shanghai, or a gang of road sweepers at work in a provincial town in Russia. By lifting symbols from their everyday surroundings and placing them in a new context, he doesn’t so much query the symbol itself as our perception of it. Ted Noten looks for fixed meanings in the banal and the cultivated. He debunks their essence, then reinvents them back into reality. In affecting and infecting symbolic values he actually reveals their unmistakable intangibility.
Many of his most recent works are parts of larger projects in which Noten investigates familiar themes like violence, mortality, greed, love and ageing. But he also turned his attention to the means of production that are not only influencing contemporary notions of mass production, but also the domain of craftsmanship. The attempt to include reproductions (and even reproductions of reproductions) into his body of work seems to point to a new direction in his designs, and in contemporary culture as a whole.
Next to his design work Noten teaches and lectures all over the world.
 
ATELIER TED NOTEN (born 2005, Amsterdam, the Netherlands).
From 2005 onwards parts of the work produced in the studio was attributed to Atelier Ted Noten (ATN). A growing group of collaborators was involved in the execution of single works, projects, installations and exhibition concepts. Ted Noten himself operated as the conceptual grand master and tireless ambassador of ATN.
The freelancers who made ATN possible (in the past, present and future) in order of appearance: Marcel van Kan, Cathelijne Engelkes, Sandra Savelli, Gert Staal, Charlotte Martens, Nienke van Beers, Mark Sturkenboom, Maria Cichy, Frank Verkade, Louise Schouwenberg, Berry van Gerwen, Robert Wooning, Wendy Lubberding and Ron Bleekemolen.
 

Teachers

Ted Noten
Ted Noten. Ring: Miss Piggy, 2009. Nylon. Ted Noten
Ring: Miss Piggy, 2009
Nylon
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