Dorothy Hogg


Education
1963 – 1967
 Glasgow School of Art, Diploma of Art
1967 – 1970  Royal College of Art, Master of Design
1971 – 1972  Moray House College of Education, Certificate of Education

Residency

2008  Appointed the first Craft Resident as the Victoria and Albert Museum

Honours
2007
 Awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Society of Arts
2006  Awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal College of Art
2001  Awarded an MBE by the Queen for services to jewellery and silversmithing.

Selected Awards 
2010
 Awarded a silver teapot by The Incorporation of Goldsmiths of the City of Edinburgh for services to Jewellery and Silversmithing
2010  Lifetime Achievement Award Medal awarded by the Goldsmiths’ Craftsmanship and Design Council
2008  Appointed first Jeweller in Residence at the V&A. A six-month residency supported by the Crafts Council and the Scottish Arts
2005  Brilliantly Birmingham Competition award winner
2000  Selected for the shortlist of the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize1970  
Silver Medal for work of special distinction and travel award, Royal College of Art
1967  Diamonds International Award with exhibitions worldwide
1967  Travelling Scholarship Glasgow School of Art

Selected Exhibitions
2011
 ‘R&R Residencies and Retreats’ CAA London
2011  ‘Xmas exhibition’ Helene Poree Paris
2010  ‘Portrait of a Gallery’ the Scottish Gallery Edinburgh
2010  ‘Natural Beauty’ Electrum Gallery London
2009  ‘La Crème’ Lesley Craze Gallery
2009  ‘Creation II’ Goldsmiths Hall London
2008  Museum of Kyoto, Japan
2007  Dorothy Hogg and Graduates of Edinburgh College of Art
2005  ‘Hanging in Balance’ Centre for the Visual Arts Texas USA
2003  Koru, Lappeenranta, Finland
2002  Schmuck Munich Germany
2001 -2002  ‘100% Proof’ a touring exhibition of Scottish Contemporary Jewellery and Silversmithing, UK and USA
2001  Artists Jewelry in Contemporary Europe, Ilias Lalaounis Museum, Athens Greece
2000  ‘Jerwood Applied Arts Prize’ Crafts Council London
2000  ‘Treasures of the 20th Century’ Goldsmiths Hall London

Selected Public Collections
Royal Museum of Scotland
The Goldsmiths Company
The Koch Ring Collection Germany
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
Aberdeen Museum and Art Gallery
Museum of Arts and Design New York
Musee des Arts Decoratifs Montreal
Victoria and Albert Museum
Crafts Council
MIMA.

 

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