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Jacqueline Mina

Jacqueline Mina was born in Buckinghamshire, England in 1942. Having graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1965 she was a visiting lecturer there for twenty-two years, until 1994. Continuously fascinated by precious metals Jacqueline has, over the years, become well-known for extending the possibilities of fusion between gold and platinum and for using traditional goldsmithing techniques in unorthodox ways.

She is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, a Trustee of Bishopsland Educational Trust, and was a founding member of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery. Occasionally holding solo shows – for example, at the Victoria & Albert Museum in 1985, Lesley Craze Gallery and the Scottish Gallery in 2002. Jacqueline is frequently invited to participate in international exhibitions such as Schmuck 2000 in Munich, Collect 2004 - 2008 at the V&A in London, Collect 2009 at the new Saatchi Gallery in London, and Schmuck 2009 in Munich.

The recipient of many prizes and commissions, her greatest accolade was to be judged the winner of the Jerwood Prize for Applied Art 2000. Major public collections hold important examples of her art, amongst which are the V&A Museum, the Crafts Council and the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths in London; National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh; Cleveland Collection of Contemporary Jewellery at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, and the Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design, New York.

1942
Born Buckinghamshire England
1957 - 1962
Hornsey College of Arts and Crafts
1962 - 1965
Royal College of Art

RECENT EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE
2000
Schmuck 2000 - International Handwerksmesse Munich
Treasures of the 20th Century - Goldsmiths’ Hall London
The Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2000 - Crafts Council Gallery
2002
Jacqueline Mina : Celebrating Sixty - Lesley Craze Gallery London &
The Scottish Gallery Edinburgh
European Contemporary Jewellery Triennale - Château de Seneffe Belgium
2003
Contemporary Decorative Arts 2003 - Sotheby’s London
Silver Sparks - The Bishopsland Connection - The Gilbert Collection London
2004
Collect - Victoria and Albert Museum London with the Scottish Gallery
Orgold - Flow Gallery London
2005
Orgold - The Scottish Gallery Edinburgh & The Gallery Ruthin Wales
L’Or, Bijoux d’Europe - Haut de Cagnes, Pézénas, & Touring France
2006
Collect - V&A Museum London
The Gold Mark - Thomas Goode London
2007 & 2008
Collect - V&A Museum London
2009
Collect - Saatchi Gallery London
Schmuck - International Handwerksmesse Munich

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS INCLUDE
The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths
Victoria & Albert Museum
Crafts Council
Royal Museum of Scotland Edinburgh
Cooper-Hewitt Museum New York
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art - Cleveland Contemporary Jewellery Collection

Designer of the Royal College of Art (DesRCA)
Lady Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)
Winner: Jerwood Prize for Applied Arts 2000
Founder Member: Association for Contemporary Jewellery
Trustee: Bishopsland Educational Trust
Jury Member: Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2007 Jewellery

External Examiner:
Edinburgh College of Art - 1989 - 1991
Glasgow School of Art - 1992 - 1996
Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College - 1997 - 2000