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.
This August, the we will exhibit the original work of our next-generation talent in London and Birmingham. Our BAJ Final Show 2021 will feature fascinating jewellery pieces made by our skilled and highly creative community.
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.
We are delighted to launch our BAJ taster session for prospective students: ‘Jewellery-Making Workshop Experience: Make A Textured Pendant’ at our Birmingham campus.
Produced in a way that minimises its social and environmental impact, sustainable or ethical jewellery is a fast-growing trend. We take a look at how jewellers and shoppers can embrace sustainability.
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.
We are delighted to launch our new BAJ taster session for prospective students: ‘Jewellery-Making Workshop Experience: Make A Textured Pendant’.