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Studying jewellery design in Montreal, 5th EDITION

Each year, the École de joaillerie de Montréal welcomes many international students, including many people coming from France. We want to introduce three students who have made the choice to relocate in Montreal in order to join our program: Charline Harand, Louison Grymonpré and Quentin Lecomte. They accepted to share their experience with us.     Charline Harand Charline grew up in the Yvelines region, near Paris.…

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Jewellers from Quebec at SOFA Chicago

  Montreal's Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h is once again going to SOFA international fair (Sculpture Objects Functional Art and design), in Chicago, for the fourth year in a row. Now running since 1994, SOFA Chicago is a major event in the field of arts and design, and is entirely dedicated to three dimensional works that cross the borders between fine art, decorative art and design. Rather than presenting artists directly, SOFA works with…

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Inside Josée Desjardins’ creative mind

Twenty years ago already, author and artist Anne Barros was mentioning Quebec jeweller Josée Desjardins in her book “Ornament and Object: Canadian Jewellery and Metal Art”, describing her work as a representation of “the best of Canadian jewellery in the nineties”. Looking at her practice since the very beginning, almost 40 years ago, one can hardly define Josée Desjardins’ approach in a traditional way, due to its multidisciplinary…

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