Window Walk | RMIT Gold & Silversmithing X Assembly Point
Jewellery, Object, Place, Space - RMIT Gold & Silversmithing Students
Jewellery occupies the body
Objects carry meaning,
Jewellery tells stories,
Objects connect to place,
Objects define space.
This exhibition brings together emerging artists that use jewellery and silversmithing making processes to explore contemporary ideas and experiences.
Amy Lees-Doherty, Audrey Tan, Claire Vaganiance, Courtney Hogan, Elsie Bishop, Faye Butler, Grae, Hope Raynes, Isabella Chau, Isabella Hope-Miller, Kelly Christodoulou, Meliha Sonmez, Lixian (Livia) Wu, Micaela Dietrich, Lauren Croft, Nao Hirata, Peregrine Costa, Jennifer Baulch, Christian Villella, Rachel Simoons, Ruby Gardner-Russell, Zipei (Summer) Huang, Gaia Maria Walicka, Man Fong Bertha Ko, Sophia Koot, Emma Byrne, Lizzie Dynan, Yuria (Christina) Deng, Yin-Yu (Ingrid) Tseng, Chelsea Somerville, Te Aroha (Lovie) Hetaraka, Jessie Hack, George Steendam, Christine Murray, Xi (Glory) Jing, Jade Armstrong, Marine Walsh, Laura de Carteret, Grace Flinn, Ellie Godworth, Chelsea Groenhuijzen
This contemporary craft installation is hosted by Creative Spaces at Assembly Point:
Located at 152 Sturt St Southbank, Assembly Point comprises of five glass vitrines lining the walkway between Sturt Street and Moore Street.
This event is part of Craft Cubed 2019 Window Walk Project, funded by the City of Melbourne
For more information about the program and where to see installations across the city, please visit www.craft.org.au/window-walk-project