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.
In this episode, we speak to artist, craftsman, researcher and educator Dr David Huycke on his innovative work with granulation and metal. An insight into the considered practice of an artist balancing craft, poetry and profession.
When considering a jewellery school, you’d usually take advantage of an open day to visit in person. While these events may be postponed for now, you can still get to know the schools you’re interested in: virtual open days are a great alternative to a physical visit, allowing you to discover all sorts of information
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.