PARTICIPATORY SPORT FOR CRAFT ARTISTS
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Bringing jewelry and personal effects into Canada for the SNAG conference:
Please be sure that when you bring your work (jewelry/objects/etc.) into Canada it is HIGHLY recommended that you document every piece, including personal jewelry with photos and item numbers. While most people will not have receipts for their jewelry, they should find a way to prove they came into the country with…
Here’s a FREE download for the new Metalsmith mag featuring Denise Betesh, Michael Good and Kevin O'Dwyer Wonderful…Continue
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Metalsmith Exhibition in Print 2013 – Call for Related…Continue
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SNAG just unveiled their first online exhibition "The Body Adorned" and it is quite beautiful. I particularly like the really diverse choice of models!…Continue
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
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
Added by Judy Belcher on August 27, 2012 at 9:01am — No Comments
Shipping connects our studios to the world.
From jewelry to sculpture, shipping companies to shipping agents, bus, train, truck, and plane, we covered all the options that you may or may not have considered for the "Ins and Outs of…
WHEN August 26, 2012, 9am to 5pm. Informal welcome reception August 25, 7pm to 8:30pm.
Heat Exchange is an exhibition of enamel works curated by Elizabeth Turrell (UK), Beate Gegenwart (Germany/UK) and Melissa Cameron (Australia).
Heat, in physics, is defined as an exchange of energy. In thermodynamics, a heat exchanger is a system built to effect efficient…Continue
Added by Melissa Cameron on April 23, 2012 at 1:09am — No Comments
Every now and then, there's a really good idea out there that deserves that we, the SNAG members pay attention and jump into action - for our own benefit: …
Added by Brigitte Martin on February 20, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Society of North American Goldsmiths Educational Endowment Scholarship 2012
c/o James Viste
201 East Kirby
Detroit, MI 48202-4034
APPLY TO THIS CALL
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SECTION ONE: GUIDELINES
Added by Brigitte Martin on December 20, 2011 at 11:03am — No Comments
Hot Under the Collar: A Survey of Contemporary Necklaces
Choker, collar, lariat, torque, pendant, the necklace is one of the most diverse formats available to metalsmiths today. Whether cascading down the front, or draped down the back, the possibilities are nearly endless. The human torso provides us with one of our largest canvases, while still keeping body as site.
From comments on the classic strand…Continue
Added by Liz Steiner on November 9, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
In my last few posts I briefly mentioned that I had visited Stephen F. Austin State University as a visiting artist and that I was going to be sharing that experience with you. Finally, I’ve gotten around to it. Took me long enough, right? Well, better late than never.
My trip to SFASU was…Continue
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The world of art and craft is no "slight of hand" magic show.
Yet, there is a growing trend for including hands in photographs displaying jewelry, accessories and clothing. This increases the need to pay attention to the hands used as props.
A poorly chosen hand prop can detract from the work in the photo and ruin any chance of being accepted in a book, magazine, show or exhibition. Martha Le Van from Lark Books shared these…Continue
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