Something that I really like about the programme is how incredible open it is, as a student you have the freedom to choose and adapt what’s important for your work and when also. The crafts department is split into three different studios and workshops, there is the Ceramic Art department, the Textile Art department and the Jewellery Art department, which is where I’m studying. The programme offers itself to art practisists that are investigating material and/or the body. When I arrived here my material was porcelain, which is really nice because the ceramics department is beautiful, but since studying I found myself working in the textile department and also in the material science department at Chalmers University. I think it is really important at master’s level that you’re able to draw your own framework and you can find lots of different connections within the University of Gothenburg to help with that. When I finish studying, I’d be really happy to continue making and researching in the extending field of Jewellery Art. I would also really like find different opportunities where I could teach and share knowledge.