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.
Shanghai based BA Jewellery Design graduate Xing Zhou has been interviewed on Klimt02 about her influences, inspirations and what she hopes the future holds for her. Read the interview in full here.
Guangzhou based graduate Kay Guo has been interviewed on Klimt02 about her jewellery which is influenced by Buddhist doctrines. Her subtle work relates to interaction and experience telling stories and bringing illumination to the wearers’ lives. Read the interview in full here.
This months Baltic Jewellery News, features an article about Munich Jewellery Week earlier this year, we are very pleased to see our exhibition ‘Off The Shelf’ mentioned as one of their highlights!
We are very pleased to see BA Jewellery Design tutor Lin Cheung as well as recent graduate Lucy Ganley feature in the latest issue Crafts Magazine! Pick up your copy to read about Lin Cheung’s inspiring practice, as the magazine shines a spotlight on the 12 finalists of the 2017 Woman’s Hour Craft Prize and to read about Lucy Ganley’s prison inspired graduate collection.
Recent graduate Lily Harte has been featured in an article by The Evening Standard about 2017 art school graduates being inspired by the US President Donald Trump. To view the full article and find out more about Lily’s work click here.
Recent graduate Lily Harte has been interviewed by Teen Vogue about her graduate collection for an article featuring 6 British art students who were inspired by Donald Trump. Lily’s collection focuses on the current leaders in US and UK politics and is inspired by media headlines that have depicted their actions. To read the full interview and find out more about the ideas behind Lily’s work click here.