Sheffield prize winner with Emily Thatcher2We are pleased to announce the winners of the ACJ College Prize scheme

Image: Sheffield Hallam College Prize winner Adesh Toumbia with ACJ member Emily Thatcher at the Sheffield Hallam Degree Show Industry preview event

Misshapes The Making Of Tatty Devine1

British costume jewellery wizards Tatty Devine are celebrating 20 years with an exhibition in the Lethaby Gallery at Central Saint Martins.

Last day 11th August 

https://www.tattydevine.com/pages/misshapes-the-making-of-tatty-devine

Tuesday to Friday: 11am to 6pm, Saturday/Sunday: 12pm to 5pm, closed Mondays

Members have been sent the form to apply. However, if you are reading this on 31st July, then you can copy this form, paste it into a WORD doc or docx (NOT a Mac pages file - these cannot be read) and upload to the link given, or email info and your photos to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   You cannot fill in this form online.

 

ACJ 2019 Members’ Show at Gill Wing Jewellery - application form            Deadline 1st August 2019                                                

You may expand each box if needed. This form has 2 pages, again you may extend if needed.

Name

 

Email

 

Landline

 

Mobile

 

Website

 

Postal address

 

Address for return of work

 

Number of photos sent

 

terms

I agree to ACJ’s published terms and conditions for this exhibition      Yes/ No   (delete as applicable)

Statement: how does this collection relate to the theme Tales of the subconscious

A short statement of no more than 2 paragraphs is needed, for use in publicity.

                                          

 

Photos:

We need clear photos of one or more pieces on plain background, maximum 5 pieces shown, 5 images or fewer. Read the Terms for more details.

Photos to be in jpg format ONLY, 300dpi with physical size of between 8cm & 15cm longest side, 400Kb max per photo. 

Label each photo with your name, photo number & piece title, (eg BrownJ1 Dreamscape studs, BrownJane2 Nightmare cufflinks etc.) 

Unlabelled photos will not be used.

With professional pics add the photo credit (eg BrownJane1 Dreamscape studs photocredit Jason Smith)

Mac users: please do NOT send a .pages or PDF copy of this form, please send a Word .doc or .docx copy. If you need help, ask us.

Details of photos (maximum 5 photos, fewer if a group of pieces is shown on one image)

Image label

Title of piece/s

Materials & techniques

Description (pendant, ring)

Dimensions in cm

Year made or hallmark date

Maker’s price *

eg BrownJ1Dreamscape studs

Eg Dreamscape

Eg silver, acrylic, fold-formed

Eg earstuds

Eg 10 x 3 cm

Eg 2018

Eg £100 pair

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*Maker’s price is what you expect to receive if the piece is sold, in £ sterling / GBP. Retail price will be 2.2 times this (to include VAT), download the Ready Reckoner calculations here. Most retail prices should be in the range £200 to £1,500.

Save this form with your name eg BrownJane    (reminder, save as a .doc or .docx file)

Email this form to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.                                                                                                    Deadline 1st August 2019

 

Apply: use this link to upload your images and a copy of this form (you do not need a Dropbox account):   (Copy and paste this link in your browser)

https://www.dropbox.com/request/XCdOk4vBTGtqJZxPEvmP

If this link does not work, send the info & images by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

The Association for Contemporary Jewellery (ACJ) is working with the Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo (AGC) on a two-country touring exhibition opening in November 2019, running to the end of 2020.

The Call for Entries is now closed, and selection will be completed in early August. It's going to be a great show!

Mark Fenn Award winner
The winner of the Mark Fenn Award 2018 is William Sharp

Image: Left to right - William Sharp, Terry Hunt, Sarah Burns, Anthony Wong