36 Lime Street member Joanne Mitchell has her work in an exciting exhibition at Studio Fusion Gallery, London.
‘Jewellery: Wearable Glass’, a concept realised by the National Glass Centre, aims to change the approach and perception of both audiences and artists to the amazing potential of glass as a wearable material. As the London venue of this touring exhibition, Studio Fusion Gallery will be presenting ‘wearable glass’ made by eight jewellers alongside the established work of the artists specialising in glass, who mentored the jewellers through the project. The exhibition celebrates the potential of collaboration across craft media. Curated by Julia Stephenson, Head of Arts at National Glass Centre.
James Maskrey – Hot Glass John Moore – Jewellery Kate Haywood – Jewellery
Angela Thwaites – Cast Glass Maud Traon – Jewellery Emmeline Hastings – Jewellery
Joanne Mitchell – Waterjet Cut & Kiln Formed Glass Kaz Robertson – Jewellery Heather Woof – Jewellery
Ayako Tani – Lampworked Glass Chris Boland – Jewellery Christopher Thompson Royds – Jewellery
Exhibition open: 3rd March – 26 May 2018
Private View: 7th March 2018, 6pm – 8pm To be opened by Annie Warburton, Creative Director, Crafts Council RSPV: email@example.com
As part of LONDON CRAFT WEEK we will be hosting a conversation between participating artists James Maskrey and John Moore, moderated by Julia Stephenson. 12 May 2018, 2pm RSPV: firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio Fusion Gallery, Unit 1.06 Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse St London, SE1 9PH, 0207 928 3600, www.studiofusiongallery.co.uk