Archive for 2016
We want to share some fabulous images from this year’s Exhibition in Motion!
The event took place in May at SNAGneXt in Asheville, NC. A tradition at SNAG’s annual conference, the Exhibition in Motion is a live fashion show and fundraising event featuring models wearing cutting edge jewelry.
This year’s theme was Xchange: Fashioning Intersections. The idea was collaboration, calibration and cooperation, where the pieces were made in partnerships and celebrate large scale sculpture worn on the body. The 2016 coordinators were Matt Lambert and Louise Perrone (pictured at right).
Enjoy these images of some of the pieces. Photographs taken by Micah McKenzie.
Joshua DeMonte & Emily Cobb, Flock Tower
Jan Smith & Linda Savineau, Evening Lasso
Lisa Klakulak & Sarah West, untitled
Katy Cassell & Elizabeth Shanks, Unfurling
Suebin Lee & Sunyoung Cheong, Ruffs
Boris Bally & Irene Walker, ROR: Release on Recognizance (Rosary of Rounds)
Tara Wilkins & Kathryn Osgood, Papaver Orientale
Alissa Lamarre & Jane Ritchie, Routine Maintenance
Christine Cooper Hill & Kelly Nye, Big Gems
The 2016 Exhibition in Motion was sponsored by:
SNAG’s annual digital presentation of student work represents the talent, creativity, and hard work of students pursuing certificates, associates, bachelors and masters degrees. The slide show was presented during SNAGneXt in Asheville in May 2016. Take a look!
Did you miss emiko oye’s talk at SNAGneXt in Asheville? Don’t worry! As a special treat, she has graciously recorded her presentation to share with everyone. emiko’s talk “Are We Having Fun Yet? Using Your Authentic Voice to Ignite Your Business” addressed the topic Finding Your Voice. Enjoy!
Welcome to SNAG’s new Collaborative Technical Articles Program. This inaugural article features a forming and soldering project made by Wei Zeng, following Mary Lee Hu’s “Cookie Project.” Learn and enjoy!
H21: Handouts from the 21st Century is a collection of handouts and teaching aids dedicated to J. Fred Woell, compiled by SNAG president Nicole Jacquard. H21 has 45 contributing artists and contains 60 handouts from various makers in the field.
This booklet is available only through SNAG. It can be ordered for $56 (price includes shipping); that’s less than a dollar per handout. Proceeds go to SNAG, with a portion to be donated to Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in honor of the J. Fred Woell Scholarship. To place an order please call Tara Jecklin at 541-345-5689 (M-F 8:30-12:30 PST). Get your copy now!