- Website ad-size upgrades
- Early-bird rates in Metalsmith print and digital
- Riveting News targeted opportunities
- SNAG News timely ebanners
- Toronto SNAG Conference Program Guide
You asked for multi-media and we are supplying it for your business success. Contact Jean Savarese <email@example.com> now!
SNAG’s new website, created by web firm Social Design House and launched in May 2012, features an elegant new look, updated content, improved navigation, and a new high level of functionality. The Online Presence Committee, Board of Directors, and SNAG staff have all been working diligently with the aim of a superior product, so we hope that you will be pleased with the results. More phases of development are to follow.
As a part of this new site, SNAG has also unveiled the Maker Profile Pages, a location for the online portfolios of our artist members. Our goal is to provide a well-designed, affordable, and easy to use solution for web presence. These pages provide many of the advantages of a full individual website, at only a fraction of the cost. We will be updating these pages and adding new features as they evolve, promoting it as a destination for anyone looking for interesting new work. This is a great way for us to pool our resources in an ever-expanding web universe, and to show the world why the artists, designers, jewelers, and metalsmiths of SNAG are the best in the field.
We would like to thank everyone who generously gave their time, energy, and support to the conference and the exhibition planning and production. If we inadvertently missed someone, we apologize and please
contact Ellen Laing <firstname.lastname@example.org> so we can correct our oversight.
SNAG appreciates the work of every volunteer who helped out in any way with the conference, including those who worked onsite during the conference and those who worked behind the scenes planning each event. We couldn’t do it without them!
Conference Corporate Sponsor: Rio Grande
Conference Host: Arizona Designer Craftsmen
Conference Co-chairs: Becky McDonah, Tedd McDonah, Lynette Andreasen
Book Signing: Elyse Bogart
Conference Support: Heather Magill, Scott Andreasen, Mona Nigohossian
Conference Tote Bag: Ingrid Donaldson (Coordinator), Becky & Tedd McDonah, Katie Poterala, Michelle Startzman, May Kalcza, Leon Nash, Megan Sottile, Amanda Scheutzow, Sarah Truett, Nikki Olive, Alex Hobbs, Bill Donaldson
Conference Volunteer Coordinator: Michelle Sotolongo
Education Dialogue: Victoria Altepeter (Chair), Wing-Ki Chan, Rebecca Scheer
Education Resource Room & Portfolio Review: Calina “Callie” Shevlin (Coordinator), Anne Mondro, John Rais
Exhibitions Committee: Danielle Embry (Chair), Maureen Brusa-Zappellini, Charity Hall
Exhibition in Motion: Joe Churchman (Coordinator), Michelle Pajak-Reynolds, Michael Dale Bernard
Graphic Designer: Melissa McGurgan
Lifetime Achievement Award: Beth Ann Gerstein (Chair), Mary Lee Hu, Myra Mimlitsch-Gray
Pin Swap Pool Party, Student Mixer, & Final Night Dinner Dance: Katie Poterala (Chair), Michelle Startzman, Leon Nash, Mary Klacza
Photographer: Jewel Clark
Professional Development Seminar: Harriete Estel Berman, Andy Cooperman and Brigitte Martin (Co-Coordinators), Charleen Weidell, Michael Dale Bernard
Room Shares: Cate Yoder
A Smaller Conference Experience (Discussion and Speed Friending): Harriete Estel Berman, Brigitte Martin, Rachel Shimpock
Auction & Raffle for SNAG’s Educational Endowment: Lynn Cool, Bryan Petersen (Co-Coordinators), Betsy Douglas, Donna Lewis
SNAG Board Liaisons: Eliana Arenas (Member Services Table), Karen Lorene (Lifetime Achievement Award), Anne Mondro (Conference Planning, Education Dialogue, Conference Volunteering), John Rais (SNAG Juried Student Exhibition, SNAG Student Presentation, Education Resource Room, Portfolio Review), Marlene True (SNAG Silent Auction, Live Auction, Raffle)
SNAG Juried Student Exhibition: Michael Parrett (Coordinator), French Thompson, Lynn Cool
SNAG Student Presentation: Michael Parrett, Molly Douglass (Co-Coordinators)
SNAG TV / Conference Emcee: Michael Dale Bernard
Speaker Advisory Committee: Kristin Beeler (Chair), Jill Baker Gower, Lauren McAdams
Student Scholarships: Michelle Pajak-Reynolds (Coordinator)
Trunk Show Sale: Natalie O’Neal, Andrew Kuebeck (Co-Coordinators)
Meetings a la Carte: Kate Lichter, Shefali Kubavat, Sara Martinez
Nominations and Elections: Mary Hallam Pearse, Courtney Starrett, Kristi Kloss
SNAG Office: Tara Jecklin, Ellen Laing, Dana Singer
Conference Program Book: Jean Savarese, Melissa McGurgan
SNAG is seeking partners in co-producing and/or supporting exhibitions that advance SNAG’s mission to educate audiences about the historical, artistic and cultural importance of jewelry, metalwork and design. The exhibition partners program has up to $2,500 for support of one proposed exhibition for 2013 with an application deadline for proposals of October 15th 2012. In 2012, this award helped support the exhibition, Transformation 8: Contemporary Works in Small Metals (Elizabeth R. Raphael Founder’s Prize series), at the Society for Contemporary Craft. More information and guidelines for applying are located on SNAG’s Exhibitions page.
I have a strong desire to be of service and I saw an opportunity to help that could be mutually beneficial. My “former life” could be of service to a fairly large organization and that interested me. I would now be able to meet some of my jewelry heroes and make a difference at the same time.