All The Jewellery

What do you think of when I say the word ‘jewellery’?

Workshop led by Roseanne Bartley: 3 April 2019, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

Exhibition: 29 January – 4 May 2019

RMIT Design Hub

Rooms 1 + 2 
Level 2, Building 100, RMIT University
Corner Victoria and Swanston Streets
Carlton, VIC


‘All the jewellery’ is an exhibition that exists in a relationship with Lisa Walker’s retrospective at RMIT Design Hub Gallery. This exhibition of workshops tackles key questions about contemporary jewellery. It brings together a community of jewellers, gallerists and collectors and those in the professions that support jewellery-making into a weekly conversation. Each week a different question will be publicly debated and the structure of the workshops will take multiple forms: a discussion, a masterclass, a performance, a seance, for example. 

‘All the jewellery’ is an expansive equivalent of Lisa’s show in the number of participants and in the vast terrain of ideas and perspectives we intend to uncover over the period of both exhibitions that have questions at their core. Each workshop will be represented as a film within the exhibition, forming an archive of the current discourse around contemporary jewellery. 

What do you think of when I say the word ‘jewellery’? is a workshop led by Roseanne Bartley as a part of the All the jewellery exhibition at RMIT Design Hub Gallery.

It features artists and designers including:
Tarryn Handcock
Ceri Hann
Tassia Joannides
Scott Mitchell
Peta Murray
Tiffany Parbs
Lynda Roberts
Renee Ugazio
Anna Varendorff

Free, all materials provided. Bookings recommended as places limited.
Please note that all workshops are filmed.


All workshops for this exhibition are held 12:30 – 1:30pm on Wednesdays.
Free, all are welcome.


All The Jewellery

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