Save the Date for our BA Jewellery Design upcoming exhibition ‘Repinned’ at the Foundling Museum.

First year students studying BA in Jewellery design at Central Saint Martins have created jewellery inspired by poignant objects in the Museum Collection and the emotions embedded in the story of the Foundling Hospital. The display can be seen throughout the Introductory Gallery and Committee Room.

The exhibition will run from the 20th of November until 20th of January 2019. For more information please click here.

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Join us for more Open Days this November, we have 4 more days still, in case you couldn’t make the previous ones. See our dedicated BA Jewellery Design staffs and students in action and find out what Central Saint Martins life is all about.

Book you place here to avoid any disappointment.

Following on our last post ‘ReFrame’ exhibition of our ex-Program Director Caroline Broadhead and her daughter Maisie Broadhead, at Manchester Art Gallery, opened on the 20th of October. Our staff members at BA Jewellery Design all went to see the beautiful show, it was a true honour to see the breath-taking and intricate works.

For more information click here.

‘ReFrame’ –Interrogating representations of women and the portrayal of ‘women’s work’ is the upcoming exhibition of our ex-Program Director Caroline Broadhead and her daughter Maisie Broadhead, at Manchester Art Gallery, opening on the 20th of October.

Working independently, they have made ambitious new works in response to historic representations of femininity in paintings at Manchester Art Gallery. The new works focus on how the pictorial conventions of such paintings and their elaborate frames affect our perceptions of the women depicted. Their aim is to provoke a dialogue about past and present, content and surrounding and to interrogate representations of women and the portrayal of ‘women’s work’.

For more information click here.

We’re thrilled to announce that recent graduate Yichen Dong has won the Matranovak Jewelry Symposium participation award, at this years’ Art Jewelry Night in Budapest. “I am a Ring” and “I Married an Ear” are powerful stereotypes of generic jewellery forms. Defying their original uses, they augment in shape and size, so as to confound our expectations. In the process, they become what they want to be.

We are delighted to announce Veronika Fabian as the winner of this year’s Marzee Graduate Prize. Veronika has had a very productive summer, she has also won the Main Patron Award of the Art Jewellery Night Budapest. We cannot wait and see what she does next!