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VOID at London Design Festival 2019
Gemstones as you’ve never seen them before!
Collins Music Hall, Islington Green 14 - 22 September 2019, 10.30-17.00 Mon to Sun, 10.30-20.00 Thurs and Fri
A multi-sensory spatial installation by designer Dan Tobin Smith and creative studio The Experience Machine, in partnership with Gemfields, immersing visitors in the inner world of gemstones through photomicrography of the stones’ unique inclusions.
Joanna will be leading an intimate group walk around the VOID installation space with the designer, Dan Tobin Smith, as they discuss these awe-inspiring inclusions.
Read our events page here for more information
Silvia Furmanovich: In Conversation with Joanna Hardy
Joanna talks to master jeweller and craftswoman Silvia Furmanovich about her creations
Goldsmiths’ Fair, The Goldsmiths’ Hall, Thursday 3 October 2019, 9.30-11am
Join Joanna as she finds out all about Silvia’s world of gemstones, jewellery and bejewelled creations. A breakfast talk in Goldsmiths’ Fair’s talks series.
Find out more here.
Joanna will also be hosting another ‘In Conversation’ with Silvia and Sarabande Foundation, London. Stay tuned for more information!
Mapping a Legacy of Indian Jewels
In October, Joanna is heading to Mumbai to discuss the best of Indian jewellery, plus share some of her own stories, at Saffron Art’s conference
Saffron Art, Four Season’s Hotel, Mumbai, 11-12 October 2019
Joanna joins jewellery specialists from around the world in Mumbai this autumn to present research on Indian jewels, their design, gems and manufacture, plus their legacy through time and across continents.
Check out Saffron Art’s website for more information.
Nelson's Lost Chelengk Podcast
Listen to Joanna discuss the fascinating story of recreating Britain's lost jewel
Bestowed upon Admiral Lord Nelson by the Sultan Selim III of Turkey following Britain's defeat of the French in the Battle of the Nile in 1798, this hat jewel once delighted British high society. Tragically, in 1951 the jewel was stolen and never found. In understanding the story of the chelengk, historian Martyn Downer decided to recreate the jewel with the help of London-based craftspeople. Joanna watched the jewel's remarkable journey from original design to sparkling ornament. Listen to the story here.
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