Saturday, November 25, 2017 - 9:00am to Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 5:00pm
As some of you may know, Ken Vickerson has work coming up for auction at Waddington’s here in Toronto on Nov. 30. I have attached the link to the online gallery, please take a look at a variety of work by some well known Canadian jewellers. There are previews of the work between Nov. 24-27 (click on additional info for the schedule) and Ken will be in attendance on Sat., Nov. 25 between 11-5 at the auction house at 275 King St. East, 2nd floor.
Some of you may know that Ken Vickerson has work coming up for auction at Waddington’s here in Toronto on Nov. 30. Attached is the link to the online gallery, please take a look at a variety of work by some well known Canadian jewellers. There are previews of the work between Nov. 24-27 (click on additional info for the schedule). Ken will be in attendance on Sat., Nov. 25 between 11-5 at the auction house at 275 King St. East, 2nd floor. It would be great to see you, drop by, say hi and check out this amazing collection.
Saturday, November 15, 2008 - 5:00am to Sunday, January 4, 2009 - 5:00am
York Quay Centre in Toronto presents an exhibition of work by Harbourfront Centre's Jewellery Studio artists-in-residence: Marina Babic, Patrycja Zwierzynska and OCAD alumni Suzanne Carlsen, Annie Tung and Margaret Lim. The artist-in-residency programme celebrates and advocates diverse approaches to making. Conceptual concerns may differ but cohesion is achieved by virtue of these variances and the use of the body as site. Traditional and non-traditional materials are used, scale is challenged and ideas about a jeweller’s role in society are explored.
Venue & Address:
York Quay Centre 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario
Wednesday, November 5, 2008 - 5:00am to Monday, November 17, 2008 - 5:00am
The inspiration for this exhibition is the everyday conscious and subconscious human interaction with material art and design through the utensils and materials related to the preparation or consumption of food.
Students from Jewellery, Fibre and Ceramics will participate in this juried exhibition.
Venue & Address:
Great Hall 100 McCaul St., 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario
Monday, September 24, 2007 - 4:00am to Friday, October 5, 2007 - 4:00am
This Material Art & Design exhibit will focus on the process of design from initial conception through to the creation of the finished object highlighting the work of 3rd and 4th year Ceramics, Fiber, and Jewellery students.
Venue & Address:
Transit Space (Level 2) 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario
Recent MAAD graduate Maria Gabrieleva (Jewellery '16) is one of five finalists in the 13th National Jewellery Student Competition at L.A.Pai Gallery in Ottawa!
About Maria Gabrieleva:
Maria (Masha) Gabrieleva is a Toronto based jewellery designer and maker. She completed her Bachelor of Design at OCAD with a focus on Material Art and Design, majoring in jewellery. Her interest lies in exploring multiple innovative woodworking techniques and wood’s rich properties as a material. She seeks to attain harmony by combining simple, yet dynamic and precise shapes with attention to meticulous textures and craftsmanship.
The following six OCAD U grads and students who are part of 17 finalists for the 2016 Vaccaro Family Scholarship! All of the names below are 2016 MAAD graduates with the exception of Blessie who is a current student! Well done to all!
Vanessa Raquel Castellino
From the jewellerybusiness.com website:
"Sponsored by CJExpos and Beverly Hills Jewellers, the competition—which carries the theme, ‘An Evening in Paris’—asks students to design a piece with an estimated retail value of $1500. Now in its third year, the scholarship bestows a $3000 grant on a student enrolled in a Canadian college offering a jewellery program, while the school itself receives a $1000 gift. The pieces will be on display at CJExpo’s Toronto and Edmonton shows, where attendees can vote for the winner."