Calendar: November 2010 sneak peek

15 10 2010

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update for October 2010 (see full listing here)

21st October: ‘Touch. Pause. Engage.‘ at Keeper Gallery, Gaffa (Sydney); “invites a diverse team of fifteen NZ jewellers to submit inventive and inspired works. Although many of the makers’ practices focus on different issues and are expressed in diverse forms, the side is fit and game ready. The roster is comprised of talented individuals with different skills and strengths who make a target of pushing the experimental aspects of their jewellery practice. The captains look forward to an exciting match. Who wants it?” [link]; until 2nd November

22nd October: ‘Scale Practice‘ Bridie Lumney and Meredith Turnbull, Craft Victoria [link]; “As practitioners of both installation art and jewellery Bridie Lunney and Meredith Turnbull explore the conceptual and material concerns continuous within their work regardless of scale“; opening night 21st October; until 27th November

26th October: ‘Got a nice ring to it‘ First and Second Year – Gold and Silversmithing 2010 RMIT First Site Gallery [link]; until 6th November

exhibition media; with permission

30th October: last day for application to Peziosa Young 2011 “Le Arti Orafe, since 1985 Contemporary Jewellery School in Firenze, in cooperation with inhorgenta 2011, is glad to announces the Fourth edition of PREZIOSA YOUNG, International context/exhibition for young goldsmith/artists selected for their individual research and for the originality of their creations.” [link]

31st October: ‘Treasury‘ workshop with Emma Grace [link]

now for November 2010 sneak peek

all month

  • NGV (International) ‘Lace in Fashion‘ [link]; until 23rd January 2011

3rd November: last day for ‘Everyday Objects‘ at Loft Gallery, “Six artists use traditional Gold and Silversmithing techniques to explore, interpret and re-imagine everyday objects and themes. Curate by Beka Hannah. Featuring: Claire McArdle, Georgia Lancaster, Inari Kiuru, Mary Hackett, Melissa Cameron, Beka Hannah.

7th November: ‘Returning to the jewel is a return from exile‘, Robert Baines, Karl Fritsch, Gerd Rothmann; Tarrawarra Museum of Art [link]; to be opened by Olga Zobel Biro, Director Galerie Biro, Munich (invitation / rsvp only I think); exhibition 7th November – 20 February 2011, Tue-Sun 11am-5pm

exhibition media

9th November: Gallery Funaki, ‘odd one outSally Marsland [link]; until 4th December

18th November: last day for Blanche Tilden at the Canberra Glassworks ‘Fer et Verre‘ [link]; “work is inspired by the pre modernist glass and metal buildings, the Crystal Palace and the Palais de Machines“; the opening night will also be the scene of the lauch of an artist monograph ‘True‘, covering a history of Blanche’s practice as well as a number of essays about her work

21st November: 21st Anniversary Exhibition of The Gold & Silversmith Guild of Australia, at Goldsmith’s Gallery in San Remo (Gippsland region of Victoria) [link]; until 13th December

If you know of any other jewellery / object exhibitions over the remainder of the year, please let me know by comment or email …

I know there must be some more graduate exhibitions coming up soon … so I will need to get some listings soon!!


also plan ahead for this:

1st December: last day for application New Artist in Residence in Amsterdam: Studio Rian de Jong [link; thanks to Kevin Murray for the information]; “The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation challenges every jewellery artist to come up with a brilliant idea for a two month residency in May and June 2011 in Amsterdam. The studio is made available by jeweller Rian de Jong and her partner Herman Marres. The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation is responsible for the policy and the choice of the artist. The studio is situated in a new area in the centre of Amsterdam, near the harbour. City live, the proximity of the harbour and the IJ river, the presence of three outstanding galleries for contemporary jewellery, the famous Gerrit Rietveld Academy’s jewellery department and the professional network of the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation make Amsterdam an attractive place to be for a jeweller. This will be the start of a yearly artist in residency in Amsterdam, in May/June. Fill in the application form and mail to (before December 1st 2010):


… last calendar post: October 2010



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