SNAG Exhibition in Motion 2021
Watch this video message to hear more about the initiatives we’ll be working on in 2022 to better serve SNAG’s membership and the field at large.
See what some of our members have been achieving! Be sure to send us your news. (image: Claudio Pino)
See what some of our members have been achieving! Be sure to send us your news. (image: Linda Kaye-Moses)
SNAG annually awards student scholarships and scholarships for professional artists. See the 2021 recipients. (above: Jenna Corso)
SNAG’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Brienne Rosner as Managing Director beginning July 1st, 2021. Please help us welcome her to the staff!
We are saddened to share the news that Seattle metalsmith Nancy Lee Worden passed away from ALS on February 17, 2021. Nancy was a long-time SNAG member and supporter.
Check out a few of the things that SNAG members have recently achieved. And if you are a member, be sure to send us your news! (above: Jess Tolbert)
SNAG is saddened to hear that Maria Tritico, education director at Lighthouse ArtCenter and a recent SNAG member, tragically lost her life after a stray bullet struck her this month.
The staff and board of SNAG were saddened to hear of the recent passing of Carolyn Benesh. Carolyn was the founding co-editor and co-publisher of Ornament magazine since 1974.
2020 has been a challenging year, but SNAG members are continuing to make big achievements in the field. See some of the recent awards that our members have received.
Roberta Jean “Robin” Kraft, age 65, of Lafayette Indiana and Portsmouth, Virginia, passed away Monday, September 7, 2020. Robin was a long-time member and supporter of SNAG.
SNAG celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different people on the SNAG website. This post features Hilary Halstead Scott, president of Halstead.
SNAG annually awards three student scholarships and three scholarships for professional artists. See the 2020 recipients. (above: Sorrel Van Allen)
SNAG’s 2020 Juried Student Exhibition, entitled “Grit to Gold,” focuses on the future of the field. View the exhibition online now. Congratulations to the Best in Show and Honorable Mention recipients.
SNAG celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is honoring its membership by highlighting different people on the SNAG website. This post features Lisa Koenigsberg, found and president of Initiatives in Art and Culture.
SNAG’s 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient is Eleanor Moty. Moty’s contribution to our field as a highly regarded artist, as a teacher, and as a mentor has been exemplary and worthy of SNAG’s highest honor.
MJ Tyson is the recipient of the Art Jewelry Forum 2020 Young Artist Award. Read about this and other SNAG member achievements.
Lois Etherington Betteridge passed away at the age of 91 on February 21, 2020. Lois was a long-time SNAG member and supporter and the recipient of SNAG’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010.