Call for projects: Multi level and Mastering courses

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In order to animate our gallery space during this extraordinary year, and to offer our students the chance to showcase their skills, we would like to invite our students to participate in an exhibition that will take place in our gallery space from Tuesday April 26th to Thursday May 19th. This invitation is open to all students enrolled in Multi level or Mastering courses for the Fall 2020, Winter 2021, Spring 2021, Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 sessions. 

We invite you to submit one or two pieces of your choice that were made between September 2020 and April 2022.

The reception of the pieces is exclusively done in the shop.

The pieces must be handed in between Monday 11th and Friday 22nd of April. You need to complete the Consignment Sheet that you will have received from your teacher or that you can download here (other forms will be available in the shop, after April 6th, if you have not filled it in beforehand). Large bags will also be available, into which you will have to slip your piece of jewellery and your Consignment Sheet. Don’t forget to clearly marked your name.

Your pieces will be on display until Thursday May 19th, and you can pick them up from Tuesday 24th to Friday May 27th, at the shop.

The categories

  • Jewellery multi level, beginner (level I and II)
  • Jewellery multi level, intermediate (levels III and IV)
  • Jewellery multi level, advanced (levels V and VI)
  • Free creation (piece that is not part of the regular training programme, but designed in our workshops)
  • Specialised technique (piece created during an advanced course at the ÉJM)

Among the selection of pieces received, several awards of excellence will be given to our students, to highlight the quality of your work.

You will be judged by our Jury on the following criteria Technique and Creativity.

If you have any questions, please contact Marilena Carenzi by email at

We look forward to seeing your work!


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