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newashgateNew Ashgate Gallery 9 June - 21 July 2018

Applications now open for this selling show at the well respected Gallery in Farnham. Deadline 3rd April

See the Call & Terms here

Application form from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or see here for online version

 

JohnMooreGlassGlass jewellery made through exciting collaborations between glass artists and jewellers.

Originated by the National Glass Centre, Sunderland, this exibition may now be seen at Studio Fusion Gallery, London until 26 May 2018. Details here

image: John Moore, courtesy of the National Glass Centre

DunedinDunedin School of Art in New Zealand offers Artist-in-Residence opportunities, with excellent facilities. These are offered by invitation. For more information see this link

Dr Lynne Bartlett explains how to colour titaniumLynne titanium crop

To accompany our exhibition, a screening & handling session explaining how to use heat or anodisation for great effects with titanium was arranged at the Crafts Study Centre.

The videos may be seen on ACJ's YouTube channel

 

Narrative Book cover largeACJ member Mark Fenn's new book "Narrative Jewelry: tales from the toolboxā€¯

available to order from www.markfenn.co.uk

Jo McAllister 9Our 20th anniversary exhibition 20:20 Visions toured to six venues from January to December 2017
The full colour catalogue is available from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

More information in the Vaults

peter changWith deep regret we report the death of Peter Chang on 25th October 2017, one of the world's great innovative jewellers

Peter Chang yellow bracelet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our 20:20 Visions conference was held in July 2017 at SHU, Sheffield.

See our Conference section. You can also read many articles on past conferences, events, exhibitions nad jewellery news in the Vaults

Birmingham talkThe ACJ held our 20th Annual General Meeting on 5th October 2017 at the School of Jewellery in Birmingham.

MarciaLanyonMarcia Lanyon has announced that she will be retiring at the end of 2017 from Marcia Lanyon Ltd, the gemstone dealing company she founded in 1975.

Portrait of Stephen Bottomley

Stephen Bottomley has been awarded the status of Freeman of the Goldsmiths' Company

He became Head of the School of Jewellery in Birmingham in April 2017

 

De Vroomen2

The exhibition, in the Goldsmiths' Hall, throughout June & July 2017, celebrated five decades collaboration between husband and wife team, Leo de Vroomen and Ginnie de Vroomen.

Emma Paragreen, Curator of the Sheffield Assay Office, reports from the ACJ & SJH Private View

Image: Diamond and enamel brooch, De Vroomen, photograph Richard Valencia for the Goldsmiths' Company