Por Jessica Turrell
Jessica Turrell is a jeweller, enamel artist, teacher and researcher.
In 1988, upon graduation from Central St Martins, she established a studio in Bristol. In the late 1990s
she undertook a sustained period of research into mark-making in enamel using non-traditional techniques. This, combined with investigations into printmaking processes for enamel, formed the focus for her postgraduate study.
In 2007 the Arts and Humanities Research Council awarded Jessica a three-year research fellowship. The project, entitled Innovation in Vitreous Enamel Surfaces for Jewellery, was hosted by the Enamel Research Centre at UWE and investigated the potential of new and experimental techniques and approaches.
DATAS / HORÁRIOS:
14 a 19 Março 2016 2ª a Sáb. 14h30-17h30 e 18-21h.
Inscrições até 12 de Fevereiro de 2016.