Congratulation to our BA Jewellry Design Year 3 student, Veronica Fabian for becoming one of the finalists of the prestigious ITS Artwork Award. All finalists will be challenged with a purely artistic brief, which will be showcased with a dedicated exhibition.
We are very proud to announce that Francesca Amfitheatrof an alumna and recent staff member of Central Saint Martins, has been appointed jewellry and watches artistic director at Louis Vuitton.
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Valery Demure listed our 2017 graduate Scott Armstrong as one to watch. Scott Armstrong collaborated with Chaumet in 2017, on the design of a nature-inspired futuristic tiara. The design is hand crafted white Cacholong blob squashed between an 18-ct yellow gold frame with white diamonds and a ruby.
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We are very pleased to see Jewellery Design graduate 2016 Joanne Tan feature on i-D Vice. Joanne who recently collaborated with ASAI on her spring/summer 17 collection, hopes her creations will stimulate a global conversation about beauty and “bring the public’s attention to contemporary jewellery, expanding their view of what and how jewellery can be.”
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We are thrilled to announce that ‘The James Dean’ ring by Veronika Fábián Central Saint Martins BA Jewellery Design student, is now on show and in store.
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We are thrilled to announce that ‘The Jewellery Box’ ring by Yayun Fang Central Saint Martins BA Jewellery Design student, is now on show and in store.
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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.