Norman Cherry, British apparel designer, design educator. Steering group member Kelso Arts Festival, Scotland, 1974—1975; founding chairman Association Contemporary Jewellery, 1997—2000, chair steering group millenium conference Birmingham, 1999—2000; president Kelso Music Society, 1979—1985; Fellow: Royal Society Arts; member: Chartered Society Designers.
Cherry, Norman was born on August 2, 1949 in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
District Attorney, Glasgow School Art, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Birmingham City University, England.
Indiana designer, manufacturer and gallery owner Woodmarket Gallery, Kelso, Scotland, 1971—1987. Principal lecturer Northumbria University, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England, 1985—1996. Head birmingham school jewellery Birmingham City University, 1996—2008.
Dean faculty art, architecture and design University Lincoln, since 2008. Education and design consultant Several, Capetown, Johannesburg, Colombo, Amman, Bangkok, Hong Kong., 2000—2008.
Exhibitions include Isomorphs. Contributor articles to professional journals & conference papers.
Steering group member Kelso Arts Festival, Scotland, 1974—1975. Founding chairman Association Contemporary Jewellery, 1997—2000, chair steering group millenium conference Birmingham, 1999—2000. President Kelso Music Society, 1979—1985.
Fellow: Royal Society Arts. Member: Chartered Society Designers.
Recipient Saltire Society John Noble Crafts awa...Recipient Saltire Society John Noble Crafts award, Saltire society, 1972, 1st Prize, Jewellery Design, Incorporation Goldsmiths City Edinburgh, 1985, Platinum Design award, Society N. American Goldsmiths, 1985, Betty Davis prize, Visual Arts Scotland, 1993, Applied Arts award, 2003. Grantee, Scottish Crafts Consultative Committee, 1971. Travelling fellowship, Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, 1983.