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Bruce Metcalf: Carved Jewelry Workshop

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Eugenie Benser: A Grand Passion a buatiful Obsession: 60 years of collecting

Posted on March 16, 2010 at 12:42pm 0 Comments

Exhibition now us at the Montgomery College, Art Department Gallery
Eugenie will be giving a talk about the collection on March 22nd from 5 -7
There are over 170 pieces of contemporary Art Jewelry and other objects on display.
The show runs through March 31st.
Go to my photos to see more details

Shana


Jewelry Seminar: Working towards a More Creative Future with Charon Kransen

Posted on September 25, 2009 at 5:23pm 0 Comments

Jewelry Seminar: Working towards a More Creative Future

with Charon Kransen

NCJE 1100

Location: Maryland Institute College of Art, Jewelry Center 3600 Clipper Mill Road, Baltimore Maryland 21211

Date: October 3rd and 4th

Time: 10:00AM to 4:00PM

Cost: $240

Non-credit

To register:

On line Log on to: https://danube.mica.edu/cs/register/

By phone: 410-225-2219







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Charon Kransen seminar

Posted on August 26, 2009 at 12:51pm 0 Comments

Jewelry Seminar: Working towards a More Creative Future

with Charon Kransen

NCJE 1100

Location: Maryland Institute College of Art, Jewelry Center 3600 Clipper Mill Road, Baltimore Maryland 21211

Date: October 3rd and 4th

Time: 10:00AM to 4:00PM

Cost: $240

Non-credit

To register:

On line Log on to: https://danube.mica.edu/cs/register/

By phone: 410-225-2219







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Workshop Instructors Needed

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MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) Jewelry center is now taking applications for 2 day, 3 day and week long workshop instructors. MICA Jewelry Center is a robust jewelry program located in Baltimore, Maryland and we are looking for new and interesting workshops to offer during Spring, Fall and Summer semesters. We have a fully equipped metals studio and a diverse student body who are interested in all aspects of metals/jewelry and overall creativity in our field. If this is of interest to… Continue

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At 12:18pm on January 29, 2010, Beverly Tadeu said…
wonderful article in metalsmith, shana. congratulations! (cover photo, too!) hope to see you at mica sometime.
At 5:18pm on May 1, 2009, Richard hoff said…
Shana, we're offically friends now.Pics look great. Thank You, Richard
At 9:35am on March 18, 2009, Christine Simpson Forni said…
Hi Shana,
It was great to meet you in Baltimore. Hope the show went well. It's tough out there in this economy. I'd be interested in teaching a workshop in the future. Let's keep in touch.
Thanks, Christine
At 10:05am on December 29, 2008, Chihiro Makio said…
They are so different and look so alive! Are they enameled? I love the textures on them too! Containers are my favorites. I love the fact they encase the brooches! Great work!
At 7:39pm on September 18, 2008, Stevie B. said…
Wow! I love your work. The pieces seem to have a life of their own. And the colors are wonderful! Thanks for sharing :)
At 9:34pm on August 4, 2008, Shana Kroiz said…
Yeah that would be great. I guess jpeg is the easyest. we have a pc at school and I will be using them for power point presentations to my classes.
Thanks so much.
At 9:04pm on July 30, 2008, artemis herber said…
Shana,
I've just received a message from Brigitte, mentioning you are living here in Baltimore. Why don't we come together and check out each others work. Your pieces look exciting and i would love to see the real pieces.
I recently moved from Cleveland to Baltimore. Originally i come from Germany - we lived many years in Ulm, which is a great city for Design and Jewelry.
Best - Artemis
At 3:10pm on July 30, 2008, Shana Kroiz said…
Both SNAG and SOFA, but I also included you in an invitational show I currated in the late 90's at a (now defunct) gallery in Baltimre. I coveted your work and alway wish had purchased a peice.

Shana
At 11:49pm on July 29, 2008, 2Roses said…
What yummy forms. What unexpected color combinations. This is very satisfying work to look at.
 
 
 

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