HS craft writers’ programme

HS craft writers’ programme

The HS craft-writers’ programme is open for submissions HANDSHAKE Project is launching a pilot craft writers’ programme, running from January 2020 to December 2021. The online programme will nurture the writing skills of craft and art professionals with a view to...
jewellery MASTERCLASS with IRIS EICHENBERG

jewellery MASTERCLASS with IRIS EICHENBERG

CALL for New Zealand artists with jewellery interests APPLICATION ENTRIES ARE CLOSED The first of the NZ masterclass workshop series is with IRIS EICHENBERG, in Auckland (Epsom) Workshop dates:  31 January, 1 and 2 February 2020  Entry is on application Click here for...
Review by Helen Wyatt

Review by Helen Wyatt

NZ jewellery artists remind us to play with complexity while pushing the boundaries of the worn object every which way. New Zealand jewellery artists continue to produce work that is intellectually strong, materially curious and playful. In April, Stanley Street...
Three OCTOBER 2018 exhibitions

Three OCTOBER 2018 exhibitions

exhibitions:                                 JEWELdisplayJEWEL at Pataka, Porirua till 14 October MOREPOLARITY at Corbans, Auckland till 21 October MORETe Ao Hurihuri – Ever Changing World at the Crypt, London 23-27...
Te Ao Hurihuri : Ever Changing World

Te Ao Hurihuri : Ever Changing World

  ~Journeys through jewellery from New Zealand and the UK~   CLICK here for imagesCLICK here for Lieta Marziali essayThe Crypt galleryDukes Road Entrance off Euston Road, London NW1 2BA.23 – 27 October 2018   12:00 – 19:00.Opening Event Tuesday 23  18:00 –...
JEWEL-display-JEWEL

JEWEL-display-JEWEL

Pātaka Art + Museum, Toi Gallery, Porirua, 14 September– 14 October 2018 ARTISTS: Nik Hanton, Katie Pascoe, Kylie Sinkovich, Kim Whalen, Sharon Fitness, Renee Bevan, Jennifer Laracy, Kristin d’Agostino, Judy Darragh, Vanessa Arthur, Lisa Higgins, Jessica Winchcombe,...
Handshake 4 – PROCESS

Handshake 4 – PROCESS

Process at Toi Pōneke Gallery brings together original works by the twelve HS4 jewellers who are currently half-way through their two-year mentorship programme. A unique exhibition design by artist Gabby O’Connor extends the idea of process by including works in...
Observations on the contemporary object

Observations on the contemporary object

30 November 2017 posted on The Big Idea – Mark Amery writes about current issues and exhibitions around New Zealand. The following text explores ‘craft’ as a verb: Welcome to the fine contemporary object. It’s a little bit punk – revelling in...

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