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Virtual Passport Lecture: Jeff de Boer

Online

Presented by SNAG + Pocosin Arts Virtual Lecture: May 11, 2024 Jeff de Boer, My Cat and Mouse Relationship with the World of Fine Art 2:00-3:30 pm ET Featuring Guest Speaker Cory Barkman

WE ARE SNAG: Anthology Ed. 4 call for submissions

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A searchable virtual catalog of SNAG membership, created as a visual resource for fellow members, educators, retail shoppers, collectors, galleries, and museums. New this year: What's your yearbook superlative? When you submit, you'll have the option to select one of our superlative categories to compete in. SNAG membership required $20 submission fee Deadline: August 15, 2024

SNAG 2024 Election Voting Opens

Online

Information on the 2024 Election for the SNAG Board of Directors can be found on our website here. Online voting takes place May 16th-June 6th. The candidates are: Jessica Andersen (continuing), Larissa McPherson (student), Atinuke Osibogun-Adeleke, Clayton Salley (student), Elizabeth Shypertt, Demitra Thomloudis (continuing), Ho Oi Ying Valerie

In Conversation with Educators

Online

Join fellow educators from all institution types to discuss a variety of topics and issues. Share experiences and resources and bring your questions to a group of peers. Whether you’re a college professor, teach workshops, or classes to young adults, this conversation is for you. Please register in advance for the Zoom meetings

Virtual Passport Workshop: Jeff de Boer

Online

Presented by SNAG + Pocosin Arts Virtual Workshop: May 18, 2024 Jeff de Boer, How to Make a Suit of Armour for a Mouse 2:00 pm-4:30 pm ET

2024 Raffle Ticket Sales Open

We're hosting a major raffle fundraiser in conjunction with the 51st SNAG conference! With 10 different prize bundles, there's something for everyone, from craft school workshops to equipment. The winners will be chosen during the conference Membership Forum on Friday, June 7th. However, you do not need to attend the conference to participate! Single raffle tickets […]

In Conversation with Studio Artists

Online

Talk studio-life, the future of the profession, and the gamut of topics with this wide-ranging group of makers. Share experiences and ask your peers about the issues you face as a hobbyist, part-time or full-time artist. Please register in advance for the Zoom meetings. Resources: Dianne deBeixedon’s article “Starting Your Studio for $500 or Less: […]

In Focus online

Online

We’ve partnered with Queer Metalsmiths to showcase BIPOC and or 2SLGBTQIA+ artists from marginalized communities who are the future of the metalsmithing and jewelry field in all materials, aesthetics, levels of experience, and backgrounds. In Focus can be found online beginning June 5th on the SNAG website and on the Queer Metalsmiths website.

SNAG 2024 Conference

The 2024 SNAG Conference is June 5-8 in San Diego, CA. The theme for this conference is Links, as a point of reference and reflection. ATTEND: Register now! CONNECT: Pin Swap, Gallery Crawl, receptions, and other social events GROW: Portfolio Review, Community Resource Room, Vendor Room

SNAG 2024 Election Voting Closes

Online

Information on the 2024 Election for the SNAG Board of Directors can be found on our website here. Online voting takes place May 16th-June 6th. The candidates are: Jessica Andersen (continuing), Larissa McPherson (student), Atinuke Osibogun-Adeleke, Clayton Salley (student), Elizabeth Shypertt, Demitra Thomloudis (continuing), Ho Oi Ying Valerie

2024 Raffle Ends

We're hosting a major raffle fundraiser in conjunction with the 51st SNAG conference! With 10 different prize bundles, there's something for everyone, from craft school workshops to equipment. The winners will be chosen during the conference Membership Forum on Friday, June 7th. However, you do not need to attend the conference to participate! Single raffle tickets […]

Tijuana Gallery Crawl

Following the SNAG x San Diego conference join ART SCENE BAJA VIP Cultural Tours in Tijuana for a remarkable cultural tour scheduled for June 9th. This tour promises to be a memorable experience, allowing participants to immerse themselves in the rich heritage and traditions of our region.

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