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Jewellery & Metal (MA)

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thinking --- making --- reflecting --- platforms in the creative process --- shifts in modes of action --- reaction --- responding to the world speeding past --- never more than now --- the world is changing --- abruptly --- rapidly --- radically --- graduates were taken off guard --- as we all were --- this abrupt change was taken as a challenge --- stimulating positive responses --- deepening creative ambition --- our community strengthened --- growing in mutual support and care --- standing together --- creative desires invigorated in resolve to overcome --- creativity as an antidote to anxieties out of our control --- see the results of creativity under unprecedented pressure --- diverse --- inquisitive --- thoughtful --- reflecting the circumstances whilst offering visions far beyond --- as a metaphor the platform reminds us of the point at which we see loved ones off to their futures --- leaving one story behind and setting forth on new adventures --- the departure of these graduates is unlike any before --- time will look back with incredulity and disbelief at their achievements --- communicating through mediums they are passionate about --- JAM addresses narrative in relation to material --- to things --- explaining the world through the visual communication of stuff --- from subject to object --- object to subject --- fostering political and communal ways of altering and subverting narratives --- building dialogues, challenging the outdated --- creating through --- thinking --- making --- reflecting

Study Jewellery & Metal at the RCA: www.rca.ac.uk

22 July 2020
14:00 (GMT + 0)
Zoom

Jewellery & Metal Event Panel Discussion: The Body Alive

Panel discussion on jewellery and object concepts inspired by the living body.
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24 July 2020
18:00 (GMT + 0)
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Jewellery & Metal Party and Silent Disco

Spotify playlist/radio
20 July 2020
18:00 (GMT + 0)
Zoom

Jewellery & Metal Film Screenings

Cross-College

Slivers and Remnants

Curated by Esther Leslie
Cross-College

Humour and Story

Curated by Roger Guyett
Cross-College

Hyper Form

Curated by Viktoria Modesta
Cross-College

Alternative narratives

Curated by Irini Papadimitriou
Cross-College

Unconstrained by Our Times

Curated by Dr Gus Casely-Hayford, OBE
Cross-College

I Shall be your Mirror

Curated by Francesca Amfitheatrof
Cross-College

Peekaboo Pikachu

Curated by Joyce Wang
Cross-College

RCA2020: One Designer’s View (Part One)

Curated by Ian Griffiths
Cross-College

Materiality, Sense and Sensibility

Curated by Magdalene Odundo
Cross-College

Macrocosm

Curated by Emma Shipley
Cross-College

I Graduated From My Bedroom

Curated by Victor Wang
Cross-College

Tasty

Dinner's Ready
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A yearly scholarship to support one exceptional students throughout their two years of study.A yearly scholarship to support one exceptional students throughout their two years of study.
Since 2012, The Burberry Foundation has supported scholarships at the RCA enabling UK and EU students to reach their full potential regardless of their financial circumstances. In 2017, The Burberry Design Scholarships were expanded to support more scholars and the Burberry Foundation enabled the establishment of the Burberry Material Futures Research Group.
For many years now Theo Fennell have been giving prizes for excellence and holding a design competition with the RCA and we will be doing so again this year. These initiatives form part of our ongoing enterprise, Gilded Youth. We look to find and nurture the very best young jewellery and metalwork talents and try to help them reach a wider audience and experience, for real, the problems of production and arrange for them to meet the public and the press in a realistic environment.
Founded in 1322 The Worshipful Company of Armourers and Brasiers is one of the livery companies of the city of London. The Company has supported RCA graduates over many years with awards that specifically look at excellence in innovative metal work, honouring the Company’s ancient craft heritage in producing artefacts of the highest quality and originality. Through its Gauntlet Trust they give grants to small charities, support science in schools, fund education and research in Materials Science at university level and reward excellence in technical disciplines and leadership in its affiliated units of the UK's armed forces.
Graham Hughes was the inspired Art Director of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths from 1951 to 1981. He was also owner and editor of Arts Review and as a noted authority on the subject of jewellery and metal authored two seminal works - ‘Modern Jewelry: an international survey 1890-1963’ [1963] and ‘Modern Silver: throughout the world 1880-1967’ [1967], and later ‘The Art of Jewellery’ [1972]. Following Graham’s death in 2010 his family decided to honour his memory by setting up an annual award for excellence in the field to graduating students of Jewellery & Metal.
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