Meet the Maker: Jewellery and Silversmithing Rising Stars at Shine and Goldsmiths' Fair 2021

Date
29 Sep 2021 · 10:30AM - 2:30PM
Price
£15
Venue
The Goldsmiths' Centre and Goldsmiths' Hall
Event type
Events
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See, handle and try on exquisite jewellery and objects in silver by new talent at the Goldsmiths’ Centre’s Shine 2021 showcase and Goldsmiths’ Fair. Makers will introduce their intricately handcrafted work and tell their unique making stories.

The event will start at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, where a selection of Shine jewellers and silversmiths - Kali Forbes, Clio Saskia, Alice Fry, Natalie Perry, Ellina Pollitt and Roberta Pederzoli - will join participants over light refreshments, to share their ideas, inspirations and examples of their work. The group will then be taken to Goldsmiths’ Fair, at Goldsmiths’ Hall, to take part a tour and be introduced to the new talent on show.

At 13.30 participants will have a guaranteed seat at the talk ‘Gem X on Rings from The Goldsmiths’ Company Collection’, where they will join Heidi Garnett of jewellery club Gem X in discussion with Company curators Dr Dora Thornton and Dr Frances Parton as they discuss the exquisite, unique and inimitable rings from this year's Fair exhibition 'Rings: A World of Invention'. Their talk will explore the landmark 1961 International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery held at Goldsmiths' Hall 60 years ago, unique rings from the exhibition and the stories behind them, as well as a chance to get closer to selected rings from the Collection.

Join us to get special access to these rising stars and their work.

What is included in my ticket?

  • Transport between the Goldsmiths' Centre and Goldsmiths' Hall
  • Light refreshments at the Goldsmiths' Centre
  • A ticket to Goldsmiths' Fair 2021
  • A ticket to an in-person talk at Goldsmiths' Hall

COVID-safe requirements

To ensure the safety of exhibitors, staff and guests, all visitors will be asked to show proof of double vaccination or negative lateral flow test to gain entry to Goldsmiths’ Hall. UK-based visitors can use their NHS Covid Pass and international visitors, the equivalent from their country of origin.

Contact-free temperature checks for all visitors, exhibitors and staff will take place as you enter the Hall. If you show a temperature higher than 38 degrees, you and your party may be unable to enter Goldsmiths’ Fair.

An official NHS QR code will be displayed on arrival for you to check in with the NHS COVID-19 App. The data you provide will be held securely for 21 days after the date of your visit and will only be shared with NHS Test and Trace if requested, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.