Introducing Workshopping With, a new virtual programming series led by SNAG members on a variety of topics.
Join us for this inaugural series led by SNAG Co-Presidents Kerianne Quick and Seth Papac, and Board members, Demi Thomloudis and April Wood. Gain insights from their expertise across an array of subjects ranging from technique-based skills to professional practices. Each workshop will last approximately an hour, with an interactive Q&A session. Participants will receive a handout and access to a recording of the session.
These instructors are generously offering their workshops to raise funds for SNAG. You'll not only acquire valuable knowledge, but also contribute to the health and vitality of our organization. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and make a meaningful difference!
Learn more and register for each workshop using the links on this page. Can't make it to the live class? Not to worry - recordings will be available to registrants for 6 weeks.
Workshopping With: April Wood
Ferrous to Fine
Sat, Oct. 14th 1 p.m. ET
This demo focuses on the use of steel, typically considered a non-precious metal, in combination with precious metals for the fabrication of jewelry and small sculpture. Participants will learn about the working properties of steel and what makes it similar, yet different from working with non-ferrous or precious metals, from annealing, to silver and gold soldering on steel, to small-scale oxy/acetylene welding.
Workshopping With: Demi Thomloudis
Laser Print Transfer on Metal
Wed, Oct. 18th 7 p.m. ET
Learn how to take laser printed images and transfer to metal surfaces. This technique can also be used on multiple other materials including wood and plastics. Afterwards, we can talk shop and discuss hacks and best practices.
Workshopping With: Seth Papac
Application Acrobatics: Insight & Tips For Juggling The Job Hunt
Sat, Oct. 21st 1 p.m. ET
Applying and interviewing for employment is inherently stressful, but with some thoughtful preparation, you can approach the process with increased confidence and agility. Our discussion will address sourcing job opportunities, application related documents, and the interview process, as well as common differences in the process between positions at community colleges and universities. Although we will focus on positions in academia, much of the material covered is applicable to other types of employment searches.