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Jacqueline Mina and the Problem of Contemporary Jewelry in Great Britain


Jacqueline Mina
Jacqueline Mina, necklace, 2011, 18ct gold striptwist, 680x22mm, Photo: N Mason
Jacqueline Mina
Jacqueline Mina, bracelet, 2005, 18ct gold, Private Collection
Jacqueline Mina
Jacqueline Mina, brooch, 18ct gold, 77 x 36 mm, artist collection

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  • Amanda Game has enjoyed a 30-year career as an exhibition maker, curator, and events producer with a specialist interest in supporting contemporary makers: their thinking and their objects. A 21-year career in commercial practice, at the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh (1986-2007) has been followed by establishing and running an independent studio to foster imaginative exhibition making in both public and private galleries, working with clients which include Dovecot Tapestry Studios, Edinburgh; the V&A, London; Goldsmiths' Centre, London; and Jerwood Charitable Foundation and National Museums, Edinburgh. She has recently completed an MPhil Research project at the Royal College of Art, London, exploring the languages of contemporary exhibition-making.

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