SNAG Executive Director Gwynne Rukenbrod Smith talks about why you should submit work to SNAG's new Jewelry and Metals Survey.
This is an opportunity to show off your work in an exciting new publication. The Jewelry and Metals Survey (JAMS) is an annual compendium highlighting the wide range of work currently being made in the field of jewelry and metals. Every year, a new jury will select the work to be featured in the book.
This year's jurors are: Vivian Beer, Cornelie Holzach, and Alan Revere
SNAG invites artists, craftspeople, designers, public artists, and architects worldwide to submit images of new works focusing on metal and/or jewelry. Everyone from any sector of the field at any level of experience is encouraged to apply.
Deadline: September 15, 2017.
SNAG members receive a submission discount -- pay only $20. Please make sure your membership is current and use the code MEMBER to receive the discount. ($45 entry fee for non-members.)
The JAMS book will be published and available in both e-book and print format in December 2017.
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