Ten jewellers from different countries have re-imagined the promise object. Voveo (means “I promise” in Latin) presents work by Raquel Bessudo (Mexico), Louiseann & Kristian King(Australia), Vicki Mason (Australia), Clare Poppi (Australia), Gina Ropiha (Australia), Mia Straka (New Zealand), This Means That (Thailand), Bic Tieu (Australia) Alice Whish (Australia) and Keri-Mei Zagrobelna (New Zealand). To … more
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Come along to the preview evening Thursday 17 August 6-8pm at Royal Jewellery Studio to see what our talented returning students have produced and meet the makers. Exhibition dates 18 August – 1 September Royal Jewellery Studio, 486 New North Rd, Kingsland, Auckland
Come and learn how to make a copper, then a customised silver ring in a one day workshop with us 10am -4pm Saturday 12 August. This is a great way to have a quick intensive workshop and start learning basic metalworking skills.
For White Night and Auckland Art Week 2017, Fingers has chosen to focus on a very traditional jewellery material, and highlight new approaches to its use being explored by a selection of our artists. The full exhibition runs in the Gallery March 18th till April 1st.
Auckland War Memorial Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira announces an exciting new exhibition of contemporary art this June: Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu: Workshop6 alumni Areta Wilkinson and glass artist Te Rongo Kirkwood at Auckland Museum. Two highly regarded contemporary Māori artists, Areta Wilkinson and Te Rongo Kirkwood, will showcase their work in the Special Exhibitions Hall. … more