‘Precious Art Deco Objects’ exhibition by L’ ÉCOLE for the first time in Asia. Full-year cultural programming offering for the public has started now.
L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts supported by Van Cleef & Arpels, which announced the opening of its first overseas campus at K11 MUSEA, has launched its year-round educational and cultural programming with the ‘Precious Art Deco Objects’ exhibition. The free-to-attend public exhibition, which will run until February 9, 2020, brings a remarkable display of close to 50 masterpieces from the collection of Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, traveling to Asia for the first time. These precious objects, combining craftsmanship with function, capture the essence of the Art Deco movement.
School is in Session at L’ÉCOLE Asia Pacific
From now on, over 20 courses and workshops is offered monthly at L’ÉCOLE Asia Pacific around the School of Jewelry Arts’ specialized areas: ‘Savoir-Faire’, ‘Art History of Jewelry’, and ‘Universe of Gemstones’. The courses, led in English with optional Cantonese or Mandarin simultaneous interpretation for selected sessions, will be taught by a range of experts including art historians, gemologists, jewelers, designers, mockup artists, stone-setters and lacquer craftsmen.
About L’ECOLE, School of Jewelry Arts:
L’ÉCOLE, School of Jewelry Arts was established in 2012 in Place Vendôme, Paris, with the support of High Jewelry Maison Van Cleef & Arpels. It is the first educational initiative in the world to invite everyone from the general public to connoisseurs to explore the world of jewelry arts. L’ ÉCOLE offered nomadic jewelry programs in Tokyo, New York, Dubai, Paris and Hong Kong and has just opened its doors in Hong Kong in 2019 as the only permanent school overseas – L’ÉCOLE Asia Pacific. Besides courses, talks and exhibitions, it also offers online educational videos and a library specialized in jewelry arts.
Learn more: https://hk.lecolevancleefarpels.com