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Apparel designer , Design educator

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.

Background

Cherry, Norman was born on August 2, 1949 in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.

Education

District Attorney, Glasgow School Art, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Birmingham City University, England.

Career

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.

Achievements

  • Achievements include design of silverware purchased for collection of the kings own scottish borderers regiment, jewellery purchased for public collection of the royal scottish museum, jewellery purchased for the contemporary jewellery collection of the national museums of Scotland. Design of silverware purchased for public collection of dundee museums and art gallery, silverware purchased for the contemporary silver collection of birmingham museum and art gallery, jewellery purchased for the public collection of borders regional council. Design of metalwork purchased for the collection of tennessee technological university, jewellery and silverware purchased for several internation private collections.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include Isomorphs. Contributor articles to professional journals & conference papers.

Membership

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.