Munich Jewellery Week, the annual, week-long celebration of contemporary jewellery and object, recently wrapped up for 2017. As always, it was filled with an assortment of eye-opening, thought-provoking, and idea challenging events and exhibitions. Our tutor, Michael Wong, shares his reflections from this year’s edition.
Colourful, glittering and smooth – in the hands of an artist, enamel is capable of the most unpredictable transformations. Works of enamel can be compared to the works of the impressionists; such is the extent to which an auteur can both lyrically and subtly communicate their temperament.
We are delighted to announce five out of fifteen finalists shortlisted for the 2017 Fairtrade Gold Design Awards study at the British Academy of Jewellery.
At the end of January a delegation from our school spent a few days in France, participating in an exciting project for jewellery schools from across the globe. We are thrilled to share our memories with you in a series of blog posts.
Today, we look closer at the Level 2 Diploma in Jewellery Manufacturing and Design, a uniquely comprehensive technical skills course which teaches you the basics of making and designing professional quality jewellery needed for a career in the jewellery trade or to become a designer.
British Academy of Jewellery offers a selection of exciting short courses, in addition to our Diploma courses. Whether you are looking to learn a new skill, perfect your technique or just take up a new hobby, we have a course perfect for you! Find out the dates for our upcoming short courses.
On 25th January 2017 Holts Academy officially becomes the British Academy of Jewellery. The time has come for the Academy to make a statement of intent – through a name that reflects who we are and where we are going, a new curriculum that offers something for everyone and a brand new image that best portraits this new chapter. Please join us on this exciting journey.