15th Annual National Jewellery Student Competition

The 2018 finalists of the 15th annual National Jewellery Student Competition:

Emilie Bisson-Yassa, Ecole de Joaillerie de Québec
Justine Bonnin, École de Joaillerie de Montréal
Sophia Gaspard, École de Joaillerie de Montréal
Anastasia Pindera, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design 
Blake Van Buren, Alberta College of Art and Design

Our thanks to this year's gracious jurors: 

Emily Zilber, Editor of Metalsmith Magazine (US) 

Imogen Greenhalgh, Deputy Editor of Crafts Magazine (UK) 

Barbara Cohen, Art Jeweller and Curator

Meet the finalists at the opening on August 18th 1-3 p.m.; the winner will be announced at 2 p.m. The exhibition runs until September 9th.

Click here to view the exhibition catalogue

 Thank you to our donors for their continuing support: 

The British Crafts Council, Crafts Ontario, and the Society of North American Goldsmiths 



The British Crafts Council aims to make the UK the best place to make, see, collect and learn about contemporary craft by building a strong economy and infrastructure for contemporary craft, increasing and diversifying the audience for contemporary craft and championing high quality contemporary craft practices nationally and internationally. We believe that craft plays a dynamic and vigorous role in the UKs social, economic and cultural life. We believe that the future of craft lies in nurturing talent; children and young people must be able to learn about craft at school and have access to excellent teaching throughout their education. 


Craft Ontario is a not-for-profit service organization that works to have craft recognized as a valuable part of life. We promote and celebrate professional craft through providing member opportunities, and advocate for craft practice by educating and empowering diverse audiences.

The Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) publisher of Metalsmith Magazine. SNAG aims to create an organization of designer craftsmen in the metal arts field and to produce a conference of professional jewelers. In 1969 a larger group met two more times, establishing the basic parameters of the organization, its name, and plans for the first SNAG conference in 1970.