Flux, an exhibition showcasing jewellery and artefacts created by the current cohort of Artists in Residence at the School of Jewellery, will be showing at The Vittoria Street Gallery from Monday 29 April to Friday 10 May.
Flux, in jewellery terms, is commonly understood as the substance used in soldering and brazing processes. It is also an appropriate term defining the state of the creative process when ideas seem to be in a state of changeability or fluidity. According to the Oxford English dictionary it is also defined as “the action or process of flowing or flowing out”, this is an apt reference in relation to these ‘AiRs’ as recent graduates some are in the process of flowing out into their professional worlds, they are also conduits or the flow of experience back to our students.
If you’re interested in joining the Jewellery Artist in Residence scheme applications are now open for 2019 – 2020. For more information contact Bridie Lander, Senior Lecturer & Artist in Residence Coordinator via Bridie.Lander@bcu.ac.uk by Friday 31st May.