As part of international Erasmus project ‘The Future is our Jewel’, BAJ launched an exhibition on Monday at its London campus. The showcase features jewellery made by students at BAJ as well as five other jewellery schools from across the continent.
Harriet and Rosie talk about their jewellery brand Tatty Devine, founded over 20 years ago when the now-entrepreneurs were fresh out of art school. Today the brand is recognised for both its original designs and strong values.
The British Academy of Jewellery is thrilled to announce the award winners at the opening night of our Final Show 2021 in London. This year’s Final Show features pieces produced by some of the most talented jewellery students at our London campus over the last 12 months.
In this episode, we speak to Tamara Gomez, finalist of BBC show All That Glitters. Tamara details what led her to become a jeweller, her experience on the reality TV show and her career in jewellery.
Today, Monday 19th July 2021, lockdown restrictions across the UK are changing. At the British Academy of Jewellery, safeguarding our students is our top priority. To keep our students safe and ensure they can feel confident coming into the Academy, we will continue with our Covid-19 safeguarding measures for the rest of the summer term.
BAJ Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Diploma students create commercial jewellery collections and websites
Since January, a group of our Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Diploma students have been developing commercially viable jewellery brand concepts based around well-defined target markets.
In this episode, we speak to the executive director of the Responsible Jewellery council Iris van der Veken on the work the RJC undertakes, its support for the industry, and the challenges we face to create a responsible jewellery industry.
As part of the ongoing Parlement Lycéen Européen creative collaboration we are participating in with six other jewellery schools from across Europe, jewellery made by five BAJ students is currently on display in Greece.
This summer, BAJ is therefore offering a portfolio of six-week online CAD courses, taught live in our virtual classrooms on Zoom. These courses can help you get started in this exciting field or improve your existing digital design skills in the CAD software of your choice.