2020 Visions

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2020 Visions: Celebrating twenty years of the ACJ

Celebrating twenty years of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery (ACJ), 20:20 Visions shows the best of contemporary jewellery and conveys progression in design and techniques over the last twenty years.

To mark the anniversary, ACJ has invited twenty of its most prominent and innovative members to exhibit work from 1997 alongside a new piece. The exhibition also features a number of works from members selected by a panel of advisors. ACJ currently has 500 members so this exhibition promises much in terms of range of materials, new technologies, techniques and methods of construction.

The Selection Panel: Kath Libbert, John Moore, Peter Taylor & Rebecca van Rooijen.

Tour dates:

  • NCCD 14 January – 12 March
  • Sheffield Institute of Arts, Sheffield Hallam University 20 March – 24 April
  • The Goldsmiths’ Centre 17 May – 29 June
  • Vittoria Street Gallery, School of Jewellery, Birmingham City University 11 Sept – 23 Oct
  • Crafts Study Centre, UCA Farnham 31 Oct – 9 December

The Goldsmiths’ Company have generously sponsored this exhibition tour and ACJ’s Conference in July

Invited Jewellers:

Jane Adam,  Holly Belsher,  Stephen Bottomley,  Caroline Broadhead,  Norman Cherry   Susan Cross,  Jack Cunningham,  Joel Degen,  Maria Hanson,  Janet Hinchliffe McCutcheon, Dorothy Hogg,  Terry Hunt,   Daphne Krinos,  Jacqueline Mina,  Adam Paxon,  David Poston    Ann Marie Shillito,  Jessica Turrell,  Frances Julie Whitelaw,  Christop Zellweger.

Selected members:

Dauvit Alexander,  Kate Bajic,  Hendrike Barz-Meltzer, Jessica Briggs,  Toby Cotterill,  Karen Dell’Armi,  Amanda Denison,  Gail Ferriman,  Gill Forsbrook,  Irmgard Frauscher,  Anne Havel (USA),  Joanne Haywood,  Susi Hines,  Courtney Hyland,  Christine Johnson,  Stephanie Johnson,  Emily Kidson, Loveness Lee,  Katy Luxton,  Fritz Maierhofer (Austria),  Lieta Marziali,  Jo McAllister,  Annamaria Mikulik (Slovakia),  Jane Moore,  Jo Pudelko,  Zoe Robertson,  Louise Seijen ten Hoorn,  Elizabeth Shaw (Australia),  Rebecca Skeels,  Anne Walker,  Anastasia Young.

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