Thursday December 12, 2019

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24th January, 2016
Not too Precious

The Not Too Precious exhibition at the National craft gallery, Castle Yard, Kilkenny, explores the notion of jewellery as valuable for its cultural and artistic merit, as well for the materials used. The exhibition, which was first shown at the Ruthin Craft Centre in Wales in July 2015, includes work from new jewellery graduates Emma Cahill, Jaki Coffey and Genevieve Howard. The exhibition includes a jewellery masterclass on March 12 and runs until March 30....

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