In news from Australia, two of our exhibitors in the Coming up from the south exhibition, currently featured here on Crafthaus, have come away with prizes in the National Contemporary Jewellery Awards. Hearty congratulations go to Amy Zubick and Kaoru Rogers for their well-deserved recognition.

Amy was awarded the Sturt Artist Residency Award and Kaoru received a solo exhibition at Metalab in Sydney, giving our artists two of the total three prizes awarded this year. Congratulations to both, and warm wishes for your continued success!

To see some of their works, as well as all of the amazing artists in the exhibition, please visit the Coming up from the south online exhibition.

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What do you call yourself? Where do you belong in the Polarized Convocation of Jewelers?

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