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Keeping safe on campus at BAJ: What to expect

If you’re joining us for the first time in autumn 2020 and early 2021, we understand that you may have questions about how the British Academy of Jewellery has adapted its courses for the 2020–21 and 2021-2022 academic years.

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BAJ Graduate Stories: Naki Kaddu

We speak to BAJ alumnus and owner of jewellery brand Nakibirango London, Naki Kaddu, about her time at our London academy and how she crafted a name for herself in the jewellery industry.

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Ancestral Artistry: A brief history of wax carving and lost wax casting

Wax carving is an essential skill for jewellery makers, allowing them to craft wax models that can be used to produce beautiful and intricately detailed jewellery pieces through the lost wax casting method. We take a brief look at the history of this ancient art.

Luminosity: Celebrating creative talent at BAJ

The British Academy of Jewellery is pleased to announce the launch of Luminosity, an exhibition displaying a broad spectrum of exciting creative talent from the BAJ community.

Graduate Stories: Susannah King

Susannah King began her journey at the British Academy of Jewellery, studying jewellery manufacturing and design. She now runs her own jewellery brand specialising in durable handmade pieces and is the first vegan jewellery brand in the UK. BAJ sat down with King to talk about her achievements and inspirations, as well as her experiences studying at the academy.

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