BAJ is delighted to announce that its students raised a total of £400 to donate to UK charity Create at recent festive sale events in London and Birmingham.
Rings designed and made by eight BAJ students will be on display to the public at Theo Fennell’s premises in Chelsea Barracks, London from October 25 to 31.
British Academy of Jewellery is delighted to announce that graduate Tianne-Louise Simmons has been selected to take part in Season 2 of jewellery making TV contest All That Glitters. Chosen for her jewellery making skills and innovative designs, Tianne will compete with 7 other contestants to win this fast-paced jewellery manufacturing competition.
BAJ to hold launch event for new book by Tutor Jack Meyer: ‘Advanced Jewellery CAD Modelling in Rhino’
The British Academy of Jewellery is thrilled to announce that it will hold a launch party and interactive knowledge sharing session in celebration of the launch of new book by tutor Jack Meyer, ‘Advanced Jewellery CAD Modelling in Rhino’ on September 2.
The British Academy of Jewellery is excited to announce the names of the students who won awards at its Birmingham campus’ Final Show 2022 opening night.
BAJ is thrilled to announce the names of the students who won awards at the opening night of its Final Show 2022 in London.
The British Academy of Jewellery is delighted to announce the winners of its Circle of Life Live Project with Theo Fennell.
BAJ will open its Final Show 2022 jewellery exhibition to the public in Central London this July. The showcase will feature a wide selection of student-made jewellery from this academic year, including jewellery made in collaboration with members of the industry and students’ end of year projects.
The British Academy of Jewellery is thrilled to announce the launch of its “Circle of Life” Live Project in collaboration with world-renowned London-based jewellery designer Theo Fennell.