Lin Cheung’s work is included in Money’s Worth exhibition at Sofie Lachaert Gallery, Tielrode, Belgium
24th Feb – 31st March 2013
Featuring an interview with Lin Cheung
The panel for this year’s Amberif Award included
Caroline Broadhead – Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, London, Great Britain
Christophe Burger – jewellery designer, Colmar, France
Katarzyna Rzehak – Institute of Industrial Design, Warsaw, Poland
Agnieszka Jacobson–Cielecka – journalist, art critic and design curator, Poland
Gisbert Stach – jewellery designer, Graefelfing, Germany
The winners will be announced at the Amberif Fair shortly
BAJD lecturer Max Warren will be exhibiting works alongside David Clarke, Bernhard Schobinger, Hans Stofer and Lisa Walker at Gallery SO’s upcoming show Fix Fix Fix, curated by Glen Adamson.
14.02.13 – 24.03.13
This week, Year 3 students visited Shaun Leane’s London showroom and workshops, where he explained the history and breadth of his practice: designing and producing fine jewellery; collaborating with both fashion designers such as Alexander McQueen and Todd Lynn and with jewellery houses such as Boucheron as well as making bespoke pieces for individual clients.
Necklace by Qing Lei
A live project sponsored by The Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers, was won by Qing Lei, second place was awarded to Tiffany Baehler and the prize for best workbook went to Jielu (Sylvia) Zhang. As well as prize money to assist with study costs, the winners have been invited to a enjoy the hospitality and ceremony of a Livery court dinner.
Bracelet by Jade Anderson
Jade Anderson has won the opportunity of an internship with designers Volker Koch and Oliver Rüüger. Oliver and Volker were impressed by Jade’s innovative use of rawhide when judging the recent leather project, they also noted the high standard of work across the year and gave honourable mentions to several students, inviting them for a tour of their studio and workshops.
A design competition, initiated by the Medical Research Council on the subject of Suffrage Science, has been won by Diana Dong and Lola Lou. A number of both designs will be made up by CSM lecturer Martin Baker and awarded to leading women scientists.