Making Stories – Jewellery & Objects: VIP Preview Evening for Jewellery and Metalwork Exhibition

Making Stories - Jewellery & Objects

MAKING STORIES: Jewellery and Objects

We are delighted to invite you to join us as we showcase the work of graduating students from our MA Jewellery and Metalwork course. We will be joined by key members of the Jewellery & Metalwork community together with creative practitioners and partners from our regional museums, galleries, and design studios.

Light refreshments will be served between 1800 – 2030. Please register your attendance via Eventcube.

We are pleased to host the exhibition in Sheffield’s beautiful Persistence Works Gallery, Brown Street in the Heart of Sheffield City Centre. Please save the date Thursday 18 January 2024, see the work produced and meet this year’s graduates and future practitioners.  We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any questions about the event, please don’t hesitate to contact Danielle Allen, College Operations Manager (SSA).

Exhibition open to the public from Friday 19th January until Sunday 21st January 10.00 – 16.30

Image Credit: Qian Sun; Neck Collar Soft Salvation; Silver, silk thread and dog hair 2023

Making Stories - Jewellery & Objects

About the Festival

Future Now is Sheffield’s festival of creativity. Through exhibitions, events, performances, and screenings we ask emerging artists, designers, makers, architects, filmmakers, animators, writers, and performers to open a window into their practices and show us their – and our – futures.

This is a citywide platform showcasing the work of Sheffield Hallam University’s graduating students, and we invite visitors to encounter new ways of understanding the world through art, design, architecture, film, photography, performance and writing.

Future Now presents creative proposals to real problems: from new fashion to new videogames human-centred approaches to the built environment to greater sustainability in the products we buy. These ‘creatives’ propose new brands and services, help us glimpse alternative realities, and launch new enterprises, but most of all they tell stories, documenting the world as they find it and how they’d like it to be.

Future Now takes place across Sheffield city centre and online from January 2024.

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