Category: Jewellery

  • Radical Jewelry Makeover at Metal Museum, Memphis

    Radical Jewelry Makeover at Metal Museum, Memphis

    The reception for Radical Jewelry Makeover (RJM) Artist Project at the Metal Museum is TODAY (central standard USA time)! RECEPTION & ARTIST TALK FEB. 11, 20243 – 5PM ​Please join us for a conversation with the Radical Jewelry Makeover co-directors, Susie Ganch and Kathleen Kennedy, at the opening reception. Metal Museum website Radical Jewelry Makeover: The Artist…

  • Open Studio

    Open Studio

    ‘Tis the season 😉 Once again I’ll be opening up my studio space to show you what’s been happening in there throughout this year. (Since it’s located at the rear of my home please email blog@melissacameron.net for the address.) I’ll have a sweeping range of new and classic jewellery and small object works on display.…

  • Er Pavilion

    Er Pavilion

    The Er Pavilion, featuring the work rapidly closing window… #3/ Ngarngk has one more week left to run in Walyalup (Fremantle)! It’s located by the J Shed Artist Studios and next to Bathers Beach. There are sill a few events to take place at the Pavilion, most notably the talks this Thursday Night and more…

  • Remade-Reloved at ADC

    Remade-Reloved at ADC

    Remade-Reloved 2023Opening this Thursday 5th October6-8pm, Australian Design Centre101 William St Darlinghurst Coordinated by Bridget Kennedy for the Australian Design Centre, this group installation features 12 makers who have repurposed costume jewellery and other found objects into new pieces. Artists: Linda Blair, Melissa Cameron, Anna Davern, Sian Edwards, Jenny Fahey, Kirsten Junor, Bridget Kennedy, Erin Keys, Regina Krawets, Vicki Mason, Margarita Sampson and…

  • Island Welcome – Canberra

    Island Welcome – Canberra

    ISLAND WELCOME 8 September – 21 October 2023 Curator | Belinda Newick Artists | Jane Bowden | Melissa Cameron  | Laura Deakin | Bin Dixon-Ward | Sarah Elson | Kath Inglis | Pennie Jagiello | Inari Kiuru | Kelly McDonald | Alice Whish | Sharyn Egan     Island Welcome is a nationally touring group exhibition exploring the…

  • Contemporary Wearables ’23

    Contemporary Wearables ’23

    You and your guests are invited Contemporary Wearables ’23 Awards and Acquisitions Announcement 5.30pm for 6pm start Friday 25 August Join us and 2023 judge Chloë Powell, Creative Director of Radiant Pavilion Melbourne Contemporary Jewellery and Object Biennial and Independent Curator, at Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery for the opening and announcement of awards and acquisitions.…

  • Join the Detanglers Club

    Join the Detanglers Club

    THE DETANGLERS CLUB is students, staff, and community members of the greater Fremantle/Bathers Beach area. We spend time each Wednesday afternoon working with artist and jeweller Melissa Cameron, Katherine Ashe of vittinoAshe architects, and the seahorse detritus collected by Notre Dame University scientist Linda Davies. Together we are crafting a large scale artwork designed by…

  • Something for the ear

    Something for the ear

    Thanks as always to the generous Bilk team for another sterling opportunity: Something for the ear 19 August – 16 September 2023 This is one of our favourite exhibitions to hold in the gallery and originally the idea resulted from a conversation we had about this wonderful form of adornment and the frustrated response to…

  • Melbourne Design Fair + more

    Melbourne Design Fair + more

    Next month, thanks to Maker&Smith who are headed to Melbourne Design Fair, my works will be exhibited with my dear colleagues and friends Sarah Elson and Eden Lennox. Curated by the National Gallery of Victoria and delivered in collaboration with the Melbourne Art Foundation, Melbourne Design Fair is an annual platform for designers, commercial galleries,…

  • 19th Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia national biennial conference – call for papers + workshops

    Have you heard?? The Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia invite expressions of interest for the 2024 conference in Perth, Western Australia. The JMGA have convened biennially since 1980 to celebrate, educate and showcase contemporary jewellery in the region. The theme; “Involution: Making Jewellery, Creating Change” captures the entangled pushing and pulling of organisms constantly…