BA Jewellery Design student Scott Armstrong was announced as the winner of the Central Saint Martins BA and MA Jewellery Design student competition to design a new headpiece for the world renowned jewellery house Chaumet. Following the success of his design Armstrong’s work Vertiges is currently on display in Beijing’s National Palace Musuem as part of the exhibition ‘Imperial Splendours: The Art of Jewellery since the 18th Century’ (11th April – 2nd July), a collection documenting the French jewellery house’s creations from the 18th century to the present day.
BA Jewellery Design Course Leader Caroline Broadhead has received a Lifetime Achievement award from The Goldsmiths Craft & Design Council.
The award is given as recognition of a recipient’s outstanding contribution and commitment to the craft and industry of silversmithing, jewellery and the allied crafts.
Artist Talk with Caroline Broadhead and Angela Woodhouse
29 April 2017, 1-2pm, Prospect Room
Close Distance has been commissioned by Nottingham City Museums and Galleries.
Artists Caroline Broadhead, Nic Sandiland and Angela Woodhouse have taken inspiration from the building’s history and inhabitants. Sandiland and Woodhouse have worked with image, sound, and movement to create a series of intimate film works that are integrated with Broadhead’s reinvented found objects. All these elements find synergy in this atmospheric installation.
“…Images will shift from the open landscape to the enclosed and restricted spaces in which the servants were confined, indicating the labours and life that differentiated the people, their roles and their position in the 17th century household.”
2nd Year BA Jewellery Tutor Max Warren will be speaking in conversation with Adi Toch on metalwork at The Fitzwilliam Museum on 20th March in celebration of British crafts.
For a second year running, the Central Saint Martins designers are delighted to be returning to show at Vitsœ in Munich. The exhibition follows on from a series of projects where staff and students have displayed their work together in a celebration of the diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects.
Mon- Fri 10:00 – 19:00 h
Saturday 10:00 – 18:00 h
Sunday 11:00 – 19:00 h
Image: Holly O’Hanlon
Materials: blackboard paint, MDF, oxidised silver, steel and chalk.
The work of Central Saint Martin’s BA Jewellery Design student, Holly O’Hanlon, has been selected for this year’s Talente. The international competition for young artists will be held at the International Skilled Trades Fair from the 8th until the 14th of March 2017 alongside Munich Jewellery Week.
The aim of Talente
is to promote the idea of skills in the designing and technical trades as well as in the applied arts. An international jury from the body of international mentors of Talente is invited to select about 8 participants for the Talente Prizes.
3rd Year BA Jewellery Design Tutor Lin Cheung, showcases her latest work with Gallery SO at this year’s COLLECT 2017– the International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects, at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
Delayed Reactions – Confused 2017
Brooch, Carved Lapis Lazuli, gold
Pearl Necklace – Matinee 2017
Carved freshwater pearls, gold
Lin’s approach to designing and making questions the established and authorised uses and meanings of jewellery and objects. Her work is a personal response to everyday experiences and observations.