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Mrs Jacqueline Scholes


PROFESSIONAL TUTOR IN FINE ART AND DESIGN
Fine Art, Design and Film and Visual Culture
0151 291 3681
scholej@hope.ac.uk

I hold a  Bachelor of Design degree and I gained my MA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork and Jewellery from the Royal College of Art. Since graduating I have been taught in higher education, a total of 12 years.      

My specialism is designing and making silver tableware.  My research is focused on dining rituals and cultural customs, ranging from the 17th century to the present day. Other interests lie in exploring human behaviour; the progression of customs, emotional attachment to food and our communication through objects.  The relationships between food and tableware; the interaction of the diner with a meal and the table landscape, are essentially the fundamental beginnings of my creative process. 


Teaching Specialisms


Design Development & Metalwork


Metalwork: Silversmithing / Forging/ Raising


Fine Metalwork: Jewellery / Etching/ Enameling / Patination


Digital Technologies: Laser Cutting, CNC, 3D Printing


CAD


School Roles


Professional Tutor in Design & Level I  Coordinator


Recent Works


Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool. 'Limited Editions'


Augustus Brandt Gallery, Petworth. 'Living Silver: Contemporary Silver for the Home'


Decorative Arts Sale, Bonhams, London.


Boards/ Networks


Member of the Contemporary British Silversmiths (CBS)


The Goldsmiths' Company, London