Jack Cunningham

Jack Cunningham (ジャック・カニンガム)


Professor Jack Cunningham is the Head of the School of Jewellery at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Birmingham City University. Cunningham studied for his first degree at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee and latterly for his PhD at The Glasgow School of Art, where he was also Head of the Department of Silversmithing and Jewellery until 2008. His particular interest lies in narrative jewellery and in 2005 he curated the exhibition and symposium ‘Maker-Wearer-Viewer’. The largest narrative exhibition yet mounted, it explored aspects of narrative and culture through the work of over 70 makers from 20 European countries. Cunningham’s work is held in a number of public collections including the Musee des Arts Decoratif in Montreal, the Crafts Council Collection in London and the National Museums of Scotland. His solo shows have been exhibited widely in the UK and abroad and he has been shortlisted for the prestigious Jerwood Applied Arts Prize. He has exhibited at Gallery Gallery, Kyoto (1997), Arai Atelier Gallery, Tokyo (2004), and Visiting Lecturer at Hiko Mizuno Jewelry College in Tokyo (2008).

英国バーミンガム・シティ大学 スクール・オブ・ジュエリー校長。 Narrative Jewellery / 物語性を秘めたジュエリーを追求し、2005年にはグラスゴー・スクール・オブ・アートにおいて、"Maker-Wearer-Viewer / 作る人・つける人・見る人" と題したNarrative Jewelleryの展覧会を主催するなど、現代ジュエリーを舞台に国際的に活躍。2008年には東京のヒコミズノジュエリーカレッジにて講義をするなど、日本にもゆかりが深い。
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