‘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’.
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Showcasing work by this year’s graduating students, celebrates the power of design to further public debate and be an active agent in the dissolution of boundaries: part of London Design Festival 2018 – King’s Cross Design Route. The exhibition will be on from 15.09.18 – 27.10.18.
Caroline Broadhead has been interviewed by Vitsœ ahead of Shelf Aware, an exhibition of staff and student work to take place at Vitsœ showroom Munich. Caroline discusses her education, career and her role as course leader of Central Saint Martins BA Jewellery Design. Read the interview in full here.
Shelf Aware runs from 3rd – 14th March as part of Munich Jewellery Week.
Shelf Aware showcases work by 41 staff and students of the Central Saint Martins BA Jewellery Design course. The students and staff are delighted to be returning to Vitsœ in Munich for the third year running to display their work as equals, in celebration of the course’s diverse and lively approach to contemporary jewellery and objects. Vitsœ’s 606 Universal Shelving System once again provides the perfect environment to display this exciting body of work. The exhibition forms part of Munich Jewellery Week.
03.03.18 – 14.03.18 at Vitsœ, Türkenstraße 36, 80799, München
Monday – Friday: 10.00 – 19.00 / Saturday & Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00
We are thrilled to announce that three first year Central Saint Martins BA Jewellery Design students have been named as winners of the British Art Medal Society’s annual Student Medal Project. The Student Medal Project encourages and promotes the art of making medals throughout art colleges in the United Kingdom. Each year over one hundred student medals, from as many as fifteen art colleges, are submitted for judging for prizes and selection for exhibition.
Gonçalo Camboa, wins Grand First Prize for (R)EVOLUTION, Gonçalo will be awarded £750 presented by the Worshipful Company of Founders.
Zoe C. Huang, wins the Prize for the Best Political Medal, for ‘The Herbie’, Zoe will be awarded £100, given by David Brodie in memory of John Herbert.
Kar Yan Luk, wins a merit award for I Can Reach Both Sides.
Congratulations to all three students, who will be featured in a catalogue to come out at the end of April. Some of the winners will also be selected to exhibit their medals in an exhibition at the University for the Creative Arts, Rochester, opening on 27th April.
Final year student Eloise Kramer has been announced as the winner of the Solange Azagury-Partridge Award for 2018. Eloise will receive £2,000 towards the realisation of a special ring for her degree show collection, come and see it finished during the CSM BA Jewellery Design Degree show which will take place 19-24th June 2018. Congratulations Eloise!
Modern Life at the Gill Wing Gallery is a new exhibition featuring work by 6 jewellers who investigate the theme Modern Life in their work in unique and interesting ways. The gallery explains: “Modern Life for 2018 is about appreciating what already exists; the imperfect, the mundane. Being thankful for your home, wherever it may be, because you have one. Being thankful rather than guilty for your bad habits because you have the freedom to indulge them. Finding beauty and humour in everyday situations.”
The jewellers featured are Jonathan Boyd, Jo Garner, Corrina Goutos, Akiko Kurihara, Christoph Ziegler and Holly O’Hanlon, one of our recent graduates.
Fixing a moment forever with a golden pin, Holly’s unique jewellery compositions draw attention to the overlooked and mundane details of our surroundings which we often miss on our daily journeys. Her assembled slate and steel layers are textured and marked to evoke the patterns building up from signs and posters being pasted, torn and weather worn. Their messages and information was time sensitive, replaced, faded and disintegrating, but she makes these remaining traces permanent and precious using solid gold staples and hand-enameled silver drawing pins to fasten them in place. “Framing the unseen and relocating it on the body, giving a new mantle to the unseen and unappreciated.”
The exhibition runs from 13th January to the 28th February at Gill Wing Jewellery, 182 Upper Street, Islington, N1 1RQ. For more information visit: http://www.gillwingjewellery.co.uk/blog/2017/12/19/modern-life