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These tension set rings were from casting class with MDB. Carving wax was pretty fun, I choose minimal design to create pairs. Stone setting was a technique that I was always interested in and I wanted to try tension setting. …
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Last weekend I went to Pittsburgh and got to attend SNAG's Forging Entrepreneurs Symposium. I met some awesome metalsmiths and got a lot of good information. For my summary, check out my personal blog. Here's a preview:
This past weekend was the first SNAG Forging Entrepreneurs Symposium…Continue
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The Assistant Designer – Jewelry will develop precious metal and stone jewelry designs aligned with company strategy.
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Grand Marais, MN
Skilled Labor/ Technical
Skill Level: Internship / Volunteer
Position Type: Full Time
North House Folk School is a dynamic, young, educational nonprofit committed to…
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I've been incredibly busy since my last post, what with all my new students starting their various courses this week in addition to a raft of other things going on.
I spent the weekend in my favourite British city, Birmingham. The reason for going there was to hear the premier of Karlheinz Stockhausen's…Continue
Full time high school Metal Shop teaching opportunity in Arlington MA.
Dearborn Academy, one of New England’s leading 766 Approved, psycho-educational day schools, is seeking a Metal Shop Teacher for our high school's vocational program. Skills in sheet metal fabrication, welding, metal finishing, plumbing and electricity preferred.
Dearborn High School enrolls approximately 60 students in grades…
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I was named one of the 5 "Best Art Curators in Pittsburgh" by CBS. And a very nice mention of my Humor book and the …Continue
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Studio Coordinator for Letterpress, Printmaking, Books and Paper
The Letterpress, Printmaking, Books and Paper Studio Coordinator is responsible for keeping three studios in good working order and preparing for each class or activity scheduled in the space. Through a helpful and welcoming presence, the Coordinator sets the tone for all classes. The Coordinator must successfully communicate with instructors and studio…Continue
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The Craft Think Tank was formed in 2012 to provide a platform to explore how American craft organizations along with their individual members can work more closely together to further the interests of American craft as a whole.
The first national Think…
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"Craft Forms 2012" International Juried Craft Exhibition.
Nov 30-Jan 26, 2013
Juror: Cindi Strauss, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Deadline: Sep 13, 2012
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Just back from "Forging Entrepreneurs - Tools and Skills for Business Success" presented by SNAG, in collaboration with The Society of Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA. I highly recommend to anyone involved in an arts organization - or if you have an opportunity to hear her speak, Crafthaus' own Brigitte Martin. …Continue
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Basic information from the my presentation at the 2012 SNAG Symposium
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