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Vincent Pontillo - Verrastro - MFA 2015
Side to Side
wood, leather, PLA plastic, fur
Indiana Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, is accepting applications for admission to their highly ranked…Continue
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We invite speakers to take part in the Beyond Jewellery symposium to coincide with the exhibition flockOmania2, an exhibition and live performance event which crosses boundaries between jewellery and dance (please see further info below). Located within the field of contemporary art jewellery and with a keynote presentation from Di Mainstone, this…Continue
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"Shifting Sites," SNAG's 2016 Juried Exhibition in Print produced by Metalsmith, will showcase works that explore the changing spaces of jewelry and metal objects as they are conceived, made, and displayed. Jurors Eva Eisler, Lauren…Continue
Exhilarating and exhausting.
I'm recovering in Brighton for a long weekend with the howling winds of "Storm Clodagh" driving rain at the windows, a warm sofa and a raft of Hammer Horror films to watch and pizza from our favourite…
Fabien Merelle, "Pentateuque", Resin with paint, hair and fabric
Image: edouard malingue gallery
Freshly graduated from the Beaux-Arts, former resident of the prestigious Casa…Continue
Added by Brigitte Martin on November 23, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
Another packed week, kicking off with the "Chrysalis" show of works-in-progress by the final-year BA students, a fascinating glimpse into what we can expect come summer 2016.
This was a particularly interesting show as it was…
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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania is now accepting applications for the MFA program. Admission to the MFA program at Edinboro University guarantees an assistantship including a tuition waiver that will cover 90% of your tuition over a three-year period plus a stipend in exchange for 18 hours work per…Continue
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Camilla Elphick is a British shoe designer, whose feminine yet playful designs have garnered critical acclaim in just two seasons.…
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Image: Large Black Wallpiece)
My work is inspired by the very materials I work with. My love for textiles led me to create my own ‘masculine fabric’ using fine silk and cotton threads woven into mesh and metal.…Continue
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PHOTO: ZSUZSA DARAB
MODEL: DORA MEDVECZKY
Coming to the design field after trying her hands at sculpture, graphic design, storefront design, photography, jewelry and fashion design, Laura Papp graduated from the …Continue
Added by Brigitte Martin on November 14, 2015 at 8:47am — No Comments
This was the week that the School of Jewellery hosted the recycling-performance work, "JUNK: Rubbish To Gold" with teams of the most experimental and interesting jewellers coming in - from as far afield as Ohio and Germany - to…
Enter by January 31st.
The CSA Costume Design Award is given annually to recognize excellence in costume design in a production for theatre, film, television, or other media that…Continue
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From the exhibition, Urban Wood Encounter 2015: RAM Explores Contemporary Furniture…Continue
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-an idea or thought that continually preoccupies or intrudes on a person's mind.
We all have…Continue
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Saturday, November 14, 12 - 3pm
Presented by Contemporary Quilt Art Association
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Dear friends and colleagues
We are hosting JUNK: rubbish to gold at the School of Jewellery right…
Added by JUNK: rubbish to gold on November 9, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Two posts in the space of one week - so much going on and I still have the feeling that next week's post might be a busy one too.
This week saw the opening of the Symposium that I organised…
A photograph is shaped more by the person behind the camera than by what's in front of it.
I find this video interesting with regard to how we artists chose to photograph our work and present certain facets of it to the public. What do we emphasize, what do we hide? If we shoot on…Continue
Added by Brigitte Martin on November 8, 2015 at 7:30am — No Comments