Many Congratulation to Lin Cheung our Year 3 tutor, Lin was presented with The Françoise van den Bosch Award for contemporary jewellery on the 10 November 2019. The Françoise van den Bosch Award is presented bi-annually to an internationally renowned jewelry designer with an influential body of work and voice, on the recommendation of an independent jury.
The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation is named after the Dutch jewelry designer Françoise van den Bosch (1944-1977). It seeks to promote contemporary jewelry design by supporting young talent, rewarding proven talent and bringing contemporary jewelry to the attention of a broad audience.
For ‘A Symposium on crafts : Lin Cheung celebrated in style’ click here to read full article.
Congratulation to Mizuki Tochigi our 2019-2020 Grand Prix LVMH Scholarships recipient.
LVMH and Central Saint Martins have enjoyed a close relationship over many years, strengthened in 2011 with the creation of the three original Grand Prix LVMH Scholarships, and sponsorship of the LVMH Lecture Theatre, a versatile space hosting a wide range of thought provoking events and lectures.
Over the years CSM LVMH collaborative projects have resulted in design proposals for a number of Maisons, including sustainability and innovation projects across all CSM disciplines.
Find out more about Mizuki’s work here
Congratulations to Isla Gilham, Eloise Kramer and Wen-Ju Tseng as the winners of IJL’s Bright Young Gems for 2019.
Now in its fifteenth year, IJL’s illustrious Bright Young Gems project selects talented designers who are recent graduates or current students of jewellery schools in the UK. These star designers of the future get the unique opportunity to exhibit their work at IJL, a premier jewellery industry show, as well as benefit from dedicated mentoring from jewellery experts before and during the event.
See the full article here
Many congratulations to Giles Last our BA Jewellery Design Course Leader for winning the Marsh Award for the Encouragement of Medallic Art. This Award, run in partnership with the British Art Medal Society (BAMS), recognises an individual or organisation that has made a significant contribution to the understanding, appreciation and encouragement of the art of the medal.