Blanche Tilden
Grand Palais (necklace)  2014
borosilicate glass, oxidised 925 silver
Collection of the artist
Photographer: Grant Hancock
© Blanche Tilden

Blanche Tilden
Grand Palais (necklace)  2014
borosilicate glass, oxidised 925 silver
Collection of the artist
Photographer: Grant Hancock
© Blanche Tilden

Exhibition introduction: Blanche Tilden—ripple effect: a 25 year survey

8 May to 1 August

Victorian Curriculum all levels—The Arts (Visual Arts, Visual Communication Design)

Bookings

Book a guided tour with a Gallery educator for your students and explore a 25 year survey of the work of Melbourne-based jeweller and maker Blanche Tilden to discover her remarkable and critically acclaimed practice.

Gain insight into Tilden’s unique approach to materials, in particular, glass, which she explores both as a material for jewellery making and deploys as a metaphor for the connections between making, industry, the wearable object and the body.

Cost—$5 per student 

Enquire about our fully subsidised tickets and busing available for students with disability, low SES and regional schools: learn@geelonggallery.org.au