In this crafthaus blog, I explore the intersection between gender and jewelry with a three-prong approach: interviewing artists who do not shy away from words like “gender issues,” “feminism,” and “sex”; analyzing the work of said artists and the reach of their work via questionnaires; and reinvigorating conversation about gender in jewelry by putting together an online exhibition.See More
1200 Shot Round (breastplate), 11 RPH Cannon (brooch)...so last week when I said that Saturday the 23rd of April would be the last day that the exhibition Body Politic would be visible at Bilk Gallery? Well I spoke too soon! The latest from Gallery Bilk, or more specifically,…See More
Attempts to Kill... - as worn by the artistIt's too late not to sound like a broken record, so here goes:It's the last week to see my exhibition at Bilk Gallery, and owing to the fabulous support shown to me and my work by the good people of Canberra, it's the last time you will see this complete collection of work together anywhere! It closes…See More
Ruchnoy Protivotankovy Granatomyot, from the Escalation series.Many thanks to Vicki Mason for her excellent set of questions about my works in the Body Politic exhibition. The resulting article Melissa Cameron: Body Politic is up on the AJF website, while the exhibition is currently running at…See More
Come to Bilk Gallery in Canberra tonight for the official opening by Nigel Lendon of my exhibition Body Politic. This is shaping up to be the only chance anyone will have to see this collection of work in the one gallery. I look forward to seeing you there!See More
You'll find me in Canberra next week for the opening of the Body Politic exhibition, where I'll also be giving a lecture and having a chat with the Gold and Silversmithing students at ANU on Friday afternoon.More images via the Bilk website, Facebook and…See More
artist Serideh KarimiI'm currently involved in a beautiful online exhibition at the new Garland Magazine. My work has been featured along a slew of other poetic works by craft artists from all over, under the theme Intimate Immensities. The exhibition was curated by…See More
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