Here are the latest Master Class Details and related information, if you’d like me to email you the pdf enrolment forms for the Master Classes or further information about Open Day please let me know.
Cloisonné Enamel with Carolyn Delzoppo - HURRY only a couple of spots left.
Carolyn Delzoppo is renowned for her jewellery featuring the traditional technique of cloisonne enamel on metal. She has been exhibiting her cloisonne jewellery and miniature art works for two decades and has received many awards both in Australia and internationally, including Japan, the United States and Spain. Her work is available in galleries throughout Australia and she is in high demand to pass on her enamelling knowledge having taught in the United States of America, Germany and most states of Australia.
Leading New South Wales based enamellist Carolyn Delzoppo will teach a focused 2 day Master Class focused on Cloisonné Enamel. This is a repeat of the popular classes Carolyn taught in July 2007 and February 2008; ‘I thoroughly enjoyed Carolyn’s workshop. Her classes were very well structured and allowed me to learn techniques easily.’; ‘Carolyn’s thorough teaching enabled me to further my skills. This generated much more confidence and “excitement” with what is possible in future works.’ Comments from participants.
Fees (inc GST):
QCA STUDENT $110.00
JMGQ MEMBER $165.00
Non QCA, Non JMGQ $190.00
Date: Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 August 2009
Time: 9.00 am – 3.00 pm (includes 1 x 15 minute break and 1 x 45 minute lunch break)
Venue: The Jewellery & Small Objects Department S03 1.23, Queensland College of Art Griffith University,
226 Grey Street,South Bank Brisbane.
Diffusion With Sheridan Kennedy - NEW
Ever designed something you thought could go into production, but not progressed beyond there?
Ever thought how many one off pieces you need to make in order to make a reasonable income?
Leading Australian Contemporary Jeweller Sheridan Kennedy is a Sydney based graduate from Queensland College of Art and a PHD candidate at Sydney College of Art. Her practice includes public art, product design, collaboration with fashion designers and one off artwork. Her work is represented in the collections of the Queensland Art Gallery, The Art Gallery of Western Australia and the National Gallery of Australia. She exhibits regularly in Australia and internationally.
Course Outline: Sheridan Kennedy will lead a focused 1 1/4 day Master Class which explores techniques for turning designs into production ranges including planning the marketing and promotion.
• Why move from the ‘one off’ to the production range.
• Maintaining quality.
• Practical and conceptual considerations.
• How can you turn your work into viable production range that maintains the integrity of your own work?
• Once you’ve got the production line, what do you do with it?
Fees (inc GST):
QCA STUDENT $88.00
JMGQ MEMBER $132.00
Non QCA, Non JMGQ $154.00
Dates + Time: Friday 18 September 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm & Saturday 19 September 10.00 am – 5.00pm
(includes 1 x 15 minute breaks and 1 x 45 minute lunch break)
Venue: The Jewellery & Small Objects Department S03 1.23,
Queensland College of Art Griffith University, 226 Grey Street, South Bank Brisbane.
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY OPEN DAY
9 August 2009 09:00 am - 02:00 pm
The Gold Coast, Nathan and South Bank campuses will be open: why not visit Jewellery and Small Objects at Queensland College of Art South Bank? The studio will be open and staff and students will be there to answer your questions.
1800 073 875
IMPRESSIONS with Marian Hosking - FULLY BOOKED, sorry to those who missed out.
You don’t have to miss out on Marian’s visit completely, don’t forget Marian’s opening at Artisan on Thursday 6 August. Visit http://www.artisan.org.au/
The Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia (Queensland Chapter) Inc.