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The Danish silversmith Manuel Sjødahl Andersen was trained at Georg Jensen silversmithy in the 1980’s. In 1990 he statred his own workshop. His work will be exhibited at Montan gallery in My First Solo Exhibition.
28.02.2020 – 21.03.2020 Galleri Montan, København (DK)
Ausstellung / Exhibition in Antwerpen (B)
Continue reading 19. Silbertriennale / Silver Triennial
Due to the Covid-19 virus precautionary measures taken by the Dutch government the workshop is cancelled
Aufgrund der Maßnahmen der niederländischen Regierung gegen das Covid-19-Virus wird der Workshop abgesagt
Due to the Covid-19 virus precautionary measures taken by the Dutch government the National Silverday 2020 is cancelled.
Aufgrund der Maßnahmen der niederländischen Regierung gegen das Covid-19-Virus wird das Nederlandse Zilverdag 2020 abgesagt.
HammerClub Exhibition Schoohoven 2020
HammerClub Ausstellung Schoohoven 2020
Due to the Covid-19 virus precautionary measures taken by the Dutch government the HammerClub Meeting 2020 is cancelled. Maybe a meeting will take place in September 2020
Aufgrund der Maßnahmen der niederländischen Regierung gegen das Covid-19-Virus wird das HammerClub-Treffen 2020 abgesagt. Vielleicht findet im September 2020 ein Treffen statt
Due to the Covid-19 virus precautionary measures the symposium is cancelled
On the occasion off the 19th Silver Triennial DIVA invited some prominent national and international silversmiths to come and talk about their work. With the exhibition of the Silver Triennial we are looking to draw attention to and promote silversmithing today by showcasing new design ideas for hollow- and flatware. Objects like vases, dishes and cutlery illustrate the trends and innovations in silversmithing in terms of concepts, technique and design. Particularly striking in this edition are smaller objects that are both decorative and technically refined. Design takes precedence over function: what appears to be normal utility objects would in practice prove less suited to the purpose. Silver as a material is elevated to an art form. During this symposium, we let craftsmen and -women speak about some of these objects and ideas.
The program includes Juliane Schölß, winner of the 19th Silver Triennial. She will talk about her winning ensemble of colourful cups. The two Belgian candidates David Huycke and Helena Schepens will both give an artist talk. They will discuss their submissions and go into techniques and concepts used. Naama Haneman will talk about her tactile silverworks and Simone ten Hompel, silversmith and jury member of the 19th Silver Triennial, will talk about striking trends in silversmithing and will discuss some of her key works.
10:30 – registration and coffee
11:00 – artist talk by Naama Haneman
11:45 – artist talk by Helena Schepens
12:30 – lunch
14:00 – artist talk by Juliane Schölß
14:45 – conversation Simone ten Hompel and Tom Iriks
15:30 – break
16:00 – artist talk by David Huycke
16:45 – final remarks
17:00 – reception
Participation fee: € 50 (students € 25), including museum admission, drinks and sandwiches.
28.03.2020 – DIVA, Antwerpen (B).
Due to the Covid-19 virus precautionary measures the workshop is cancelled
Masterclass Helena Schepens
DIVA invites silversmith Helena Schepens for a four-day masterclass on piercing techniques applied in silver. Eight candidates (professional silver- and goldsmiths, jewellery designers or ambitious students) can participate in this fascinating masterclass.
About the masterclass
The Latin term Opus Interrasile is derived from the verb interradere, meaning ‘to scrape in between’, which describes the perforations made on a sheet of precious metal. This technique produces delicate, complex openwork designs that resemble lace and give gold- and silverwork a certain lightness and transparency.
Helena Schepens will share her knowledge on how to open-up a silver surface with a lively and vibrant pattern using different piercing techniques. In what manner a silver object becomes open and transparent, emphasizing the contrast between the removed and remaining material, will be covered in depth during the masterclass. To achieve a delicate result in this rather simple technique, great skill and care are required.
This masterclass is for professional silversmiths, makers, jewellery and crafts artists, as well as ambitious students who are interested in this technique. Participants are expected to have competent bench skills and an open and inquisitive attitude.
Helena Schepens (°1981) studied silversmithing at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp and at the Royal College of Art in London. Since 2007 she runs her own workshop in Antwerp, Belgium. Helena is an internationally renowned silversmith. She won the Rotary International Award for Silversmithing in 2004, the Goldsmith’s Company Award for Silversmithing and The New Designers Award in 2006. She became a finalist in the Loewe Craft Prize 2017.
Only 8 candidates can participate in the masterclass, so we would like to hear your motivation for participating in the masterclass. Registrations are open until 1st of March 2020.
The museum will put together a team of experts to make a selection from the candidates. You will receive a reply before the 4th of March 2020.
Participation fee: €600 (excl. VAT) (including a daily lunch, one evening dinner, access to the museum and symposium 28.03.2020.
Further enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
23.03.2020 – 26.03.2020, 10:00 – 17:00 : Studio DIVA, Antwerpen (B)