BAJ’s Jewellery Fundamentals course begins this spring. But what can students expect from this hands-on programme with lockdown restrictions? Not to worry – we’ve made all the arrangements so that aspiring jewellers joining us this spring can still expect the same world-class BAJ education.
In this episode, we speak to Paola De Luca, founder of The Futurist Ltd, a creative intelligence agency specialising in strategic and editorial projects in the luxury and jewellery sectors. Paola reflects on her career, the year 2020, trend forecasting and what is in store for 2021.
We have opened enrolment for our upcoming Jewellery Fundamentals course at our Birmingham campus. The beginners’ course offers a thorough and focused introduction to the jewellery industry, with course starts in April and September 2021. A diverse and industry-focused curriculum Our one-year Jewellery Fundamentals course offers students an exciting, hands-on introduction to jewellery design
In this episode, we speak to London-based, internationally-stocked jeweller Alex Monroe about his inspirations and the jewellery industry.
In this episode, we have a conversation with writer, jewellery designer and director of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery Melanie Eddy on her practice, the ACJ and her career in jewellery.
While studying Jewellery Fundamentals at BAJ London, Yvonne Oshodi runs her own jewellery brand Maeve Hardware. Yvonne’s brand, which she retails from her online shop, was recently featured in Elle and Vogue Arabia. In this interview, Yvonne shares what it’s like to run an independent jewellery brand while studying at BAJ.
British Academy of Jewellery talks to student Robin about her study abroad experience as part of the Erasmus student network.
The British Academy of Jewellery is pleased to announce the third year (2020-21) of its participation in the Erasmus “The Future Is Our Jewel” project, which brings together jewellery schools from across Europe in order to share expertise, celebrate diversity and support sustainability.