A unique space for making
& learning all things jewellery

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SquarePeg Studio's jewellery school has been a great stepping stone for me, from knowing nothing about jewellery making to landing a full time job in the industry in just half a year of classes. I attended both the weekly night classes and did as many weekend specialised classes I could. The team at SquarePeg were great teachers and really made learning about something I knew nothing about a real interest and has now become my new career. I can't speak more highly about my time there and recommend to anyone interested in jewellery making."

— Bradley, Happy Student

SquarePeg is home to 6 contemporary jewellers

SquarePeg Studios in Sydney has workspaces available for use by aspiring or practicing jewellery designers.

Our Studio

SquarePeg Studio is unique space for making & learning all things jewellery and silversmithing combining a jewellery school and studio spaces. We have courses to suit every level, from beginners through to advanced students.

With space for 12 contemporary jewellers and a well-equipped workshop, a tenancy at SquarePeg is an opportunity to interact with a mix of emerging and established makers in a supportive and creative environment. As well as the studio space, we have a class room and day access area, and a number of tenants are also tutors in our jewellery school.

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I'm really enjoying the variety of backgrounds and approaches everyone has - collectively there's a wealth of knowledge. You might be wrestling with a thorny problem and *bam* some-one has a brilliant solution you hadn't thought of. And we all like cake. What's not to love?

— Margarita Sampson, Happy Tenant

Peg of the Month

Emily Copp, Squarepegger since February, 2015

Emily is a Sydney based creative who works with diverse materials and technologies. She has presented work in many group shows, as well as exhibiting solo.

Environmental and ethical concerns inform and motivate her works which include jewellery forms and tableware objects within her practice.

She is a resident artist at SquarePeg Studios alongside teaching various classes in the studio’s classroom.


“I love the alchemy of transforming ideas into materialised design through the varied efforts and explorations of making.”

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On the blog

27 March, 2017

Meet Maija Frankovich, Graduate Resident

Brenda Factor

Another in our series of interviews with SquarePeg tenants by volunteer Elena Sorensen   SquarePeg:  Who or what first inspired you to create jewellery and why do you choose to work with non-traditional materials like glass? Maija Frankovich: I find this question hard to answer because there are a lot of different factors. My father...

16 February, 2017

Meet Albert, SquarePeg tenant about town

Brenda Factor

This is the first in a series of interviews by SquarePeg volunteer Elena Sorensen.   SquarePeg Studios: You studied at the prestigious contemporary jewellery school Alchimia in Florence. What bearing does that experience have on your current practice and how does working in a collaborative studio space like SquarePeg compare? Albert Tse: It has a...

22 November, 2016

Get Making in our Jewellery Summer School

Brenda Factor

Always wanted to learn how to make jewellery but don’t have the time during the year?  Then book into our intensive Jewellery Summer School and learn how to make your own rings, pendants and earrings over 4 days. Summer school runs from Tuesday 3 – Friday 6 January and is a great way to get...