Findings Magazine

findings64 coverFindings is the ACJ printed magazine for members. Published twice a year and posted to members, it reviews shows, technical innovations, materials and subjects of interest to makers, collectors, galleries and museums.   

We are grateful for assistance from the Goldsmiths' Company, who have enabled us to publish these back issues online.

 

Click on the cover photos (below) of each issue to see a pdf online copy.

 

 

  • ACJ Conference: The Eye of the Beholderfindings24-Cover
  • Xavier Ines Monclus workshop
  • Lifelines
  • H.E.I.M. - A Matter of Honour
  • SNAG Conference

Exhibition reviews:

  • Snapshot Munich
  • Commission Me
  • !OJO!
  • The Ring
  • Anna Gordon
  • Sale or returnfindings23-Cover
  • Anoush Waddington
  • Hallmarking
  • Tribute to Onno
  • HAT Exchange
  • Digital Creativity

Exhibition reviews:

  • Designing Ourselves
  • Cynthia Cousens
  • Dialogue 111
  • Treasure
  • JAR
  • Workshop in Switzerlandfindings22-Cover
  • Czech Symposium
  • Dartington Summer School
  • Collaborations
  • ACJ Conference news

Exhibition reviews:

  • Mah Rana
  • Kathleen Makinson
  • Dutch Diversity
  • Link
  • Ryan / Corvaja
  • Top Dressing
  • findings21-CoverSchmuck 2002
  • Gold Virtuosi Competition
  • SNAG conference 2002
  • SOFA New York - Barbara Christie
  • Dutch Diversity - Onno Boekhout
  • Precious Metal Fabrication in the Jewellery Inustry 111
  • Childhood in Mallorca - Tasso Mattar

Exhibition reviews:

  • Sarah Perkins - Nature's Masqerades
  • Dinstinto - Distinct
  • Moving Parts
  • New Designers 2001/2002
  • European Triennial in Belgiumfindings20-Cover
  • DTI Competitive Analysis
  • Janice Derrick in Tokyo
  • Nocturnus in Estonia - Jivan Astfalck
  • Bluecoat Display Centre
  • Cordoba - Manchester exchange

Exhibition reviews:

  • Tiaras at the V&A
  • Janna Syvanoja
  • Six Colourways
  • Wendy Ramshaw- Tiaras of Steel

 

  • Inhorgentafindings19-Cover
  • Schmuck at the Dick Institute
  • Dorothy's Question - to perfect or not?
  • Barcelona Exchange

Exhibition reviews:

  • Jacqueline Mina - Celebrating Sixty
  • A Moving Dialogue tour
  • A Bright Future - new materials
  • Anna Lewis
  • Chandrika - silver ornaments of India

 

  • ACJ Regional Groupsfindings18-Cover
  • National Association of Jewellers & Silversmiths in Design Education
  • Selling Online
  • 2nd Nordic Triennial
  • DTI Analysis

Exhibition reviews:

  • Susan Cross
  • Passing Out
  • Top Dressing
  • Alchemy 2
  • Schmuck - 5 German Jewellers
  • Contemporary Japanese Jewellery
  • Hallmarking & Competitivenessfindings17-Cover
  • Ars Onata Europeana, Cologne
  • Movers & Sheikhas
  • Romance via the Net
  • Passing Out

Exhibition reviews:

  • Accessorise
  • Studio Visions: Thomas Goode Ltd
  • Andrew Lamb
  • 100% Proof
  • Yasuki Hiramatsu
  • A Grand Day Out in Hovefindings16-Cover
  • ACJ - 5 year plan
  • New Designers or Passing Out?
  • Argentina - a piece of history
  • Designer Jewellers Group Celebration

Exhibition reviews:

  • Three Alloy jewellers
  • Jewellery by the Top Ten
  • City Flora / City Flotsam: Jan Yager
  • Turning Point - contemporary jewellery from Austria

 

  • SNAG 2001 Material Considerationsfindings15-Cover
  • Inhorgenta report
  • DTI Analysis
  • A short experiment with PMC+

Exhibition reviews:

  • Edinburgh Jewellers
  • Fashion in Motion
  • Fired With Colour; Chance and Order
  • Dialogue
  • BEDAzzled
  • Symposium in Ruthinfindings14-Cover
  • Jacqueline Mina
  • British Crafts in Japan
  • SOFA, so good
  • Buyer - or seller - beware

Exhibition reviews:

  • Jerwood Prize
  • The Ego Adorned, Antwerp
  • Papers, Plastics, Palladium & Pearls
  • Peter Chang
  • Molly Bullick & Syann van Niftrik
  • A Sense of Wonder - conference reportsfindings13-Cover
  • International Enamel Symposium, Bristol
  • Haptic Days in Edinburgh
  • Ars Ornata Cracoviana
  • Premises - a threat to my livelihood?
  • Who's got your images?
  • My Precious - ACJ event with Naomi Filmer

Exhibition reviews:

  • Australia 2000
  • Attitude and Action!
  • Three jewellers from Cologne

 

  • Feed the Fury- Art meets Sciencefindings12 Cover
  • Sense of Wonder Conference speakers
  • Harley Gallery Symposium report
  • Working on the Edge Symposium report

Exhibition reviews

  • Kevin Coates: Fragments, NMS
  • Jane Short: Enamel Jewellery, Oxford Gallery
  • Elizabeth Callanicos : Tectonic, Crafts Council
  • Treasures of the 20th Century, Goldsmiths' Hall

Book review

  • Elegant Fantasy - Arline Fisch
  • Jewellery in New Zealand, Cynthia Cousensfindings11 Cover
  • SNAG conference 2000
  • Dancing Fools by Timothy
  • Brochure or not? Russell Wright explains
  • Alloy Hereford update
  • The Haystack Experience - Liz Tyler

Exhibition reviews

  • Jewellery from Austria, Lesley Craze
  • Alan Craxford, Oxford Gallery
  • Jack Cunningham 'Journey', Lighthouse
  • Adam Paxton, Scottish Gallery

Book reviews

  • Jewels & Jewellery, Clare Phillips
  • Robert Smit 'Empty House'
  • Programme for Sense of Wonder conferencefindings10 Cover
  • Living Treasures - Paul Derrez
  • Exhibiting in Poland
  • The Nickel Directive
  • VAT- the facts
  • Jewellery by post - Jacquline Mina advises

Exhibition reviews

  • Jane Adam, Ruthin Craft Centre
  • Emerging Talent 2000, Lesley Craze
  • Roger Morris, Riger Billcliffe Gallery
  • Flux II, Bristol

Book review

  • Schmuck der Moderne 1960-1998
  • Boxes & Lockets, Tim McCreight
  • Classic Loop-in-loop Chains
  • Ars Ornata Europeana 1999 reportfindings09 Cover
  • Sourcing supplies from abroad
  • History - the Oxford Gallery
  • Jewellery on the net
  • Flux group - Bristol
  • Co-operating in High Wycombe

Exhibition Review

  • Jacqueline Ryan & Giovanni Corvaja, Scottish Gallery

Book review

  • Friedrich Becker- Schmuck. Kinetik. Objecte.
  • Plans for Sense of Wonder conference 2000findings08 Cover
  • What turned you on to jewellery?
  • Living National Treasures - Graham Hughes
  • SNAG 1999 conference, Simon Fraser reports
  • Jewellers in France
  • Obits: Louise Slater, Shirley Bury
  • Sale or Return - the facts
  • Jewellery Exposed, mima

Exhibition Review

  • Print in Enamel

Book review

  • The Other Jewellery Book, Roger Barnes

 The very first issue of Findingsfindings01 Cover

  • The Founding of ACJ
  • Marjorie Schuck new piece in the V&A
  • New Technologies Symposium
  • Ars Ornata Europeana 1997

Reviews:

  • Japanese Contemporaries at Lesley Craze
  • Artisan, Edinburgh
  • New Designers
  • Oppi Untracht's Traditional Jewellery of India

plus events & exhibitions 

 

 

  • Obit, Nick Arberfindings07 Cover
  • The Wearer as Maker, Carole Leonard
  • Protection of intellectual rights in France
  • Mersey Jewellers & Metal Artists Network

Exhibition reviews

  • Brooching it Diplomatically - Madeleine Allbright's collection
  • Selection 99, Essen, report by Norman Cherry
  • Korean Jewellery, Oxford Gallery
  • Lost Cherries - Mark Woods & Rebecca Scott, Electrum
  • Decadence - Crafts Council
  • Caroline Broadhead - Bodyscape

 

  • Living National Treasures - Barbara Cartlidgefindings06 Cover
  • Feel it! Wear it! several reports from ACJ's Edinburgh conference
  • IT for jewellers
  • Research into Ancient Methods, Mike Pinder & Angus McFadyen

Exhibition reviews

  • Synthesis, jewellery by Maria Hanson, Scottish Gallery
  • Wendy Ramshaw, Picasso's Ladies, V&A
  • Malcolm Appleby Retrospective, Aberdeen