Bin Dixon-Ward

Contemporary Jeweller,
This is What's Left of the West Gate

Bin Dixon-Ward was one of the first contemporary jewellery makers to employ digital technologies and 3D printing in her work. A graduate of RMIT, Gold and Silversmithing, Bin has exhibited in Australia, Europe, Japan and North America and is the recipient of several awards including the Itami Award in Japan and Toowoomba Contemporary Wearables Student Prize (2011). Bin’s work is held in public and private collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, the RMIT McMillan Collection, the Powerhouse Museum and Musee des Artes Decoritifs (the Louvre), Paris. Bin teaches digital technologies in the School of Art at RMIT.

www.bindixon-ward.com

See Bin Dixon-Ward’s work during the Festival in This is What's Left of the West Gate

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