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Two women dressed in black each wearing one end of a very long necklace A picture of Boisbuchet Lin Cheung speaking to a group of participants at Boisbuchet

Locating The Precious – 25 – 31 August 2019
Lin Cheung was invited to give a workshop at Boisbuchet. ‘Locating The Precious’ invited participants to freely explore ideas concerning preciousness and where that might be located by responding to the immediate environment and using readily available materials.
For over 25 years, CIRECA (Centre International de Recherche et d’Education Culturelle et Agricole), the non-profit organisation running Boisbuchet’s program, organises interdisciplinary workshops. Participants from all over the world live and work here together with noted designers, architects, and artists – not to come up with perfect results, but to gain insights into the creative process and the challenges involved.

A picture of Lin's work A picture of Lin Cheung's workThe award ceremony of Françoise van den Bosch Award for contemporary jewellery Lin Cheung receiving the Françoise van den Bosch Award for contemporary jewellery

Many Congratulations to Lin Cheung our Year 3 tutor, Lin was presented with The Françoise van den Bosch Award for contemporary jewellery on the 10 November 2019. The Françoise van den Bosch Award is presented bi-annually to an internationally renowned jewelry designer with an influential body of work and voice, on the recommendation of an independent jury.

The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation is named after the Dutch jewelry designer Françoise van den Bosch (1944-1977). It seeks to promote contemporary jewelry design by supporting young talent, rewarding proven talent and bringing contemporary jewelry to the attention of a broad audience.

For ‘A Symposium on crafts : Lin Cheung celebrated in style’ click here to read full article.

 

A portrait of Caroline Broadhead standing in front of her work A picture of the exhibition with Caroline's work in it A picture of the exhibition with Caroline's work in it A picture of the exhibition with Caroline's work in it
A picture of one of Caroline's work laid out on the floor Picture of the private view of the exhibition Picture of the private view of the exhibition

Picture of the private view of the exhibition A picture BA Jewellery Design Course leader Giles Last speaking to guests

 

Thank you to everyone who came to Caroline’s private view last night, what an amazing evening! Many congratulations to Caroline for putting on such a beautiful and inspiring exhibition, it was truly an honour to see your work in person.

The exhibition is now open to the public at Lethaby Gallery, 1 Granary Square, London, N1C 4 AA.

11 January – 6 February 2019

Tuesday – Friday 11 – 6

Saturday 12 – 6

Photos by Belinda Law

A picture of the prize winners

Maison/0 is an incubator of sustainable intelligence designed to provoke practices and challenge our collective futures.

Set up as part of the CSM LVMH partnership launched in May 2017, Maison/0 provides a platform to develop innovative sustainable projects across Central Saint Martins and LVMH. Leading the initiative in both local and global contexts, Professor Carole Collet is the inaugural CSM LVMH Director of Sustainable Innovation.

Matilde Mozzanega, our graduate this year at BA Jewellery Design is one of the winners of this exciting prize. Matilde transforms a man-made material into an organic form. In a kind of reversed alchemy that uses resin, her work creates a state-change; the end-product is an entirely new substance. Pitting nature against machine, she hardens paper so that it feels like rock yet looks like driftwood.

Scott Armstrong's winning work

Scott Armstrong receiving the award

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.