Graduate Shows 2020: The Best Jewellery and Silversmithing Talent from across the UK
The graduate show season is upon us. From early May until late September, colleges and universities from across the UK will celebrate their graduates’ talent showcasing their final projects and collections.
This year, all degree shows are moving online, so we’ve gathered a list of the UK’s best degree shows in jewellery and silversmithing. This page will be regularly updated over the coming months with more exciting graduate work, so stay tuned!
Congratulations to all who are graduating this year!
Glasgow School of Art
The Silversmithing and Jewellery programme at Glasgow School of Art aims to provide a broad, balanced approach to the specialism, from the development of original design concepts through to finely crafted finished work.
Belfast School of Art, Ulster University
The BA Hons Contemporary Applied Arts (CCA) Ceramics, Silversmithing and Jewellery course at the Belfast School of Art, Ulster University, aims to develop independent, skilled, motivated and creative graduates who will contribute directly to rapidly expanding national and international craft communities and markets through innovation and entrepreneurship.
Here are some of Belfast School of Art’s 2020 graduates:
Megan Hamilton, BA Hons Ceramics, Silversmithing and Jewellery
Rebecca Drysdale, BA Hons Ceramics, Silversmithing and Jewellery
The following slideshow contains work from:
- Carly Cuddy
- Inga Hamilton
- Martin Marks
- Megan Hamilton
- Phil McDowell
- Rosemary McIlwaine
This page will be regularly updated over the coming months with more exciting graduate work, so stay tuned!