Ethical Metalsmiths
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California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia
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Coast to Coast
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Ethical Metalsmiths' mission is to educate people about the harms of irresponsible mining and inspire those who care about jewelry to demand ethical practices. We provide information to studio jewelers, metalsmiths and the public and engage them in creative projects to generate a market that values jewelry made with ethically sourced materials.
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http://www.ethicalmetalsmiths.org
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gold, silver, copper, ethics, responsibility, sustainable, radical, jewelry, makeover, green, diamonds

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Ethical Jewelers Sought for Virtual Directory

Posted on July 18, 2011 at 10:27am 0 Comments

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Christina Miller

Telephone: 513-551-0559

Email: Cmiller@ethicalmetalsmiths.org

 

Ethical Jewelers Sought for Virtual Directory

 

College Corner, Ohio, July 18, 2011 --…

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What's happening with Radical Jewelry Makeover - Santa Fe!

Posted on April 12, 2011 at 10:28am 0 Comments

Hi,

Right now we are working with the Santa Fe community to bring together student and professional jewelers for the October Makeover. We are re-designing our curriculum to more effectively bring participants up to speed on ethical practices and sourcing for jewelry. We are looking for a house to rent while in Santa Fe (at a non-profit rate (as close to free as possible)) so that all of our project assistants and documentarians can stay under one roof. And we are yes, fundraising. We…

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Radical Jewelry Makeover is going to Santa Fe, NM!

Posted on March 29, 2011 at 1:31pm 0 Comments

Dear crafthaus members,

It is a treat to be part of this network and I love reviewing the weekly highlights. This week Ethical Metalsmiths has something to share too and we need your help.

 

Our popular and effective jewelry mining and recycling project, Radical Jewelry Makeover is going to Santa Fe, NM this October! Students, alumni and faculty at four regional schools, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe Community College - School of Art and Design, University…

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At 12:11pm on February 24, 2010, emiko oye said…
Hi Christina!
Great seeing you at Miami U. this month! Sounds like you've got an exciting journey ahead of you--can't wait to see how Ethical Metalsmiths blooms as a result!
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