Marjorie SchickThe New Jewellery Re-Viewed: a celebration of the spirit and the legacy of 1980s jewellery

A Ruthin Craft Centre Symposium
Canolfan Glyndwr, Brynhyfryd School, Ruthin, Denbighshire, North Wales
Saturday 21 November 2009, 10am–5pm


Speakers:

Jane Adam
Caroline Broadhead
Paul Derrez
Sharon Plant
Phil Sayer
Marjorie Schick

Symposium programmedby Dr Elizabeth Goring

A special symposium to coincide with the opening of Sculpture to Wear, the first major exhibition in the UK of the work of the exceptional jewellery artist Marjorie Schick. Her work was first seen in the UK in 1982. It proved to have strong resonances for those working at the cutting edge of jewellery in Europe where, although it sprang independently from quite different roots, it exactly encapsulated the spirit of the moment. Key speakers with contemporary knowledge of this inspirational period for jewellery will review its impact and continuing legacy. The day will conclude with a panel discussion.

Symposium Fee
Individual Booking Fee £35.00
Fee includes light lunch and tea or coffee.
For further information and to download a booking form, please visit www.ruthincraftcentre.org.uk.
The deadline has been extended due to the postal strikes so there is still time to apply!

Sculpture to Wear: Jewellery by Marjorie Schick opens at Ruthin Craft Centre on 21 November 2009 and continues until 17 January 2010.

Ruthin Craft Centre is part of Denbighshire County Council and is supported by the Arts Council of Wales.