Luck by design: Artists speak about their work in the Joyaviva exhibition
RMIT Gallery Thursday 15 March 12-1pm
A chance to listen to the curator and artists talk about the challenge of designing charms for a modern world.
For the exhibition Joyaviva, artists developed new charms to be worn for specific purposes. The exhibition features these charms alongside responses from their wearers.
Hear the artists reflect on how they designed the charms and the experience of sending them out into the world. Speakers will include Melissa Cameron, Jill Hermans, Jin ah Jo, Blanche Tilden and Kevin Murray.
Some recent related stories (here more at the stack):
- Anti-Aging Jewelry Use of Jewish symbols in new jewellery to make wearers feel younger
- Felicity Powell – Charmed Life: The solace of objects A recent exhibition at the Wellcome Collection that explores the power of charms in people’s lives today
- Swimming to safety A Thai initiative to use belief about luck to promote nutritional needs