Year: 2019

SNAG Celebrates: Carissa Hussong

SNAG is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different artists on the SNAG website. Read about Carissa Hussong, Executive Director of the Metal Museum.

LAMAR GAYLES: 2019 Emerging Curators Grant Recipient

LaMar Gayles an Art, Craft, And Design Historian, Archaeo(gem)ologist, and Jeweler who specializes in utilizing artistic experiential practices, experimental archaeology, and historical reproduction as modes of understanding visual rhetoric and artifacts from the past. He is a recent Cum Laude…

SNAG Celebrates: Corkie Bolton

SNAG is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different artists on the SNAG website. Read about Corkie Bolton.

Member Achievements – November 2019

See the recent new from three SNAG members: Maya Rose Weiss, emiko oye (work shown above), and Jaydan Moore. SNAG members are achieving big things! Be sure to send us your news.

In Remembrance: Nancy Linkin

SNAG is saddened to share the news of the passing of long-time member Nancy Linkin, known for her work in sculptural jewelry.

Member Achievements – September 2019

SNAG members have been curating and participating in exhibitions, winning awards, and being featured in books. See what a few of our members have achieved lately!

2019 SNAG Student Exhibition Awards

Congratulations to the winners selected during SNAG’s 2019 Juried Student Exhibition. The exhibition was held in May during the SNAG conference in Chicago. See the work online.

Instructional Videos from UNT Metalsmithing & Jewelry Program

University of North Texas’ Metalsmithing & Jewelry Program is creating an ongoing series of instructional videos related to metalsmithing and jewelry techniques. Watch the first three.

SNAG Celebrates: Taisha Carrington

SNAG is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different artists on the SNAG website. This news post features Taisha Carrington.

SNAG Celebrates: Komelia Okim

SNAG is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different artists on the SNAG website. This news post features Komelia Okim.

SNAG Celebrates: Agnes Ma

SNAG is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different artists on the SNAG website. This news post features
Agnes Ma.

SNAG Celebrates: Mando Bee

SNAG is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different artists on the SNAG website. This news post features Mando Bee.

SNAG Student Slide Show 2019

Member Achievements – June 2019

Jim Cohen was recently the subject of an article and video regarding his Judaica. Read more about this and other recent member achievements.

2019 Volunteer Recognition Award

The Board of Directors is happy to announce the 2019 Volunteer Recognition Award recipient is Pam Robinson.

Member Achievements – March 2019

SNAG members have lots to celebrate. Take a look at some of these member achievements. Be sure to send in your news to SNAG as well!

2019 SNAG Lifetime Achievement Award, James Wallace

SNAG’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient is James Wallace. The 2019 SNAG conference, to be held in Chicago, will be dedicated to James. He will be given his award at the opening of the conference on May 23rd. Please join us in congratulating him.

SNAG Celebrates: Tabitha Ott

SNAG is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting a different artist each month on the SNAG website. Our first artist is Tabitha Ott, who has been a member since 2007.

In Remembrance: Elise Winters

We are sorry to hear that former SNAG member Elise Winters passed away on January 1, 2019. Winters was recognized as one of the nation’s leading polymer artists and jewelry designers.

2004 SNAG Lifetime Achievement Award, Imogene “Tex” Gieling

In 2004, Tex Gieling received SNAG’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Tex’s work can currently be seen in the exhibition “Tex Gieling: Sixty Years” curated by Elizabeth Shypertt at the Museum of Craft of Design in San Francisco.

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