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Philip Sajet: Desire & Greed workshop

Workshop  /  14 Jul 2014  -  18 Jul 2014
Published: 05.03.2014
Philip Sajet: Desire & Greed workshop.
Birmingham Institute of Art and Design
Management:
Diana McCann
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Intro
The foundation of this extraordinary five-day Masterclass is to help you connect you with your feelings about the jewellery you most desire to have and how you can, with honesty, re-create your idea into a tangible item.
The foundation of this extraordinary five-day Masterclass is to help you connect you with your feelings about the jewellery you most desire to have and how you can, with honesty, re-create your idea into a tangible item. Philip Sajet will first guide your exploration of the journey of design conception using the emotions of ‘Desire and Greed’ as the foundation. Your design journey will include using various mediums such as sketch, photography and finds and the tutor will lead group discussions, which you will use and contribute to, for ideas to become tangible. Philip will explain how, through concentrating and disciplining your mind to have no restrictions, you can honestly develop a true 3D wearable object, if throughout you keep your vision intact. Following the important first concept day you will then begin to make your object with tutor guidance and use traditional jewellery making techniques and metals, or other materials if you wish. You will need some experience of jewellery making to attend this course and if you wish to work in precious metals or gemstones you will be required to make a local purchase with tutor guidance.

Teachers

Philip Sajet

Dates and price

Philip Sajet Masterclass

Dates: 14-18 July 2014
Price: £795

Remarks

Philip Sajet is an internationally renowned Dutch contemporary jeweller known for his work transforming precious stones or ugly glass, enamels and precious metal alloys into works of art. He is one of the best known goldsmiths in Europe and exhibits his work internationally. In 2007, Sajet won the Marzee Prize (Netherlands) for his body of work.

Contact

To book a place on this course, please contact Diana McCann, who is the short course coordinator
email: Diana.mccann@bcu.a.cuk
phone: 0121 248 4584
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