Transplantation: a sense of place and culture

Cherry, Norman (2011) Transplantation: a sense of place and culture. [Show/Exhibition]

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NCCD_Transplantation Catalogue_Proof6.pdf
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Article in Craft Arts International, issue 88, pages 106-107
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Review for Art Jewellery Forum
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Commentary on 'Transplantation: a sense of place and culture- British and Australian narrative jewellery'
Review by Samuel O'Hana for Klimt02 International Art Jewellery Online
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Norman Cherry Transplantation Final draft.pdf
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NCCD_Transplantation Catalogue_Proof6.pdf - Catalogue

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Craft Arts_Transplant.pdf - Review

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20130319 - AJF Zoe Brand.pdf - Review

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Abstract

Transportation, immigration and asylum seeking as articulated by new works created by 12 contemporary jewellery artists.
Prof Cherry, who is Head of the College of Arts, presents with the National Centre for Craft and Design “Transplantation: a sense of place and culture”, a touring exhibition of contemporary narrative jewellery by British and Australian artists who have experienced temporary or permanent transplantation, affecting their own lives and practices.

Transplantation will open at the National Centre for Craft and Design, in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, on Saturday 25 February and runs until 29 April. It will tour the UK and Australia until 2014.

Item Type:Show/Exhibition
Keywords:contemporary jewellery, Immigration, Asylum
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W721 Silversmithing/Goldsmithing
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Art & Design
ID Code:4925
Deposited By: Bev Jones
Deposited On:24 Feb 2012 13:35
Last Modified:14 Jan 2014 16:37

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