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Virtual Passport Lecture: Julie Blyfield

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Virtual Passport Lecture Series presented by SNAG & Pocosin Arts Julie Blyfield Chasing a Life Passion: Jewelry and Objects from South Australia Virtual Lecture: November 4, 2022 6:30-8:00 pm Eastern Featuring Guest Speaker Kath Inglis Student: $5 SNAG Member: $15 Non Member: $20

Virtual Passport Workshop: Julie Blyfield

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Virtual Passport Lecture Series presented by SNAG & Pocosin Arts Virtual Workshop: November 11, 2022 6:00-8:30 Eastern Student: $120 SNAG Member: $150 Non Member: $195 The demonstration workshop will present the different ways of texturing metal using the process of metal chasing. I will outline the principles of chasing from metal annealing, mark-making using a […]

WGG Third Tuesday

Every third Tuesday of the month you can join Washington Guild of Goldsmiths for their virtual conversation series. November 15th at 7 pm Eastern hear from Michael Schwartz. Michael will give a tour of his studio and share parts of his website. Learn more & get the Zoom meeting link from WGG. Visit their website.

Hope is Resiliency at NYCJW

This SNAG Member Exhibition explores how the participants define the resiliency of hope through their creative practice. The in-person exhibition was juried by Nora McCarthy, owner of Gallery 2052, and curator Angelik Vizcarrondo-Laboy with an emphasis on showcasing SNAG’s diverse membership: in materials and aesthetics, levels of experience and background. Both one-of-kind statement pieces and […]

SNAG Gallery Crawl at NYCJW

REGISTER HERE Join SNAG for a Gallery Crawl during NYCJW on Thursday, November 17th at 4:30 pm. We’ll convene at MAD Museum following Identity Adorned: The Intersection of Jewelry and Queerness. Then plan to visit a few different galleries with SNAG's Director, President, and other SNAG members. We'll end the evening with our friends from […]

Event Series In Conversation with Educators

In Conversation with Educators

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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

NYCJW Closing Party

Industry City Makers Guild 33 35th Street, Brooklyn, NY Join us at the official NYC Jewelry Week Closing Party to celebrate the exhibitions and pop-ups on view at the NYCJW22 Headquarters: Exhibitions on view: Hope is Resiliency presented by SNAG Braided Subtleties with J Taran Diamond & Funlola Coker Colour Theory presented by Co-Adorn Dream […]

Editorial Photography Call Opens

Metalsmith magazine invites submissions to a juried call for photography. Yes, that’s right, photography. We are seeking creatively styled images of artist-made jewelry, adornment, and metalsmithing in all forms and materials that tell a story and present works outside of the typical white background. Call opens December 1, 2022

Greenville Designer Jewelry Show

A one of a kind, two day event featuring contemporary jewelry designers from upstate South Carolina and beyond.

Bring on the Gems Call For Entries

Bring on the Gems is a multi-faceted exhibition highlighting SNAG’s diverse membership to multiple audiences. There are two entry options: an in-person exhibition at SNAG @ Tucson during the Tucson Gem Show; and an online exhibition. Selections will be made by two jurors for the in-person exhibition; ALL submissions will be included in the online exhibition. […]

In Conversation with Studio Artists

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: […]

Event Series In Conversation with Educators

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

Rev♀luti♀n call opens

SNAG is proud to host this virtual exhibition, organized & curated by Azita Mireshghi and Siavash Jaraiedi. The current, women-led revolution in Iran is a reminder of how important it is to fight for freedom. Rev♀luti♀n: Visions of women life freedom is a virtual exhibition of adornment as a powerful political and educational tool, amplifying the voices […]

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