The Exhibition in Motion (EiM) is a runway-type live exhibition event that will take place at SNAG’s next conference, “Grit to Gold: Future Fifty,” in Philadelphia, PA, May 20-23, 2020.
Call for Entries
SNAG’s 2020 Exhibition in Motion committee is seeking proposals that reflect how you see the future. What is important to you as we move into the future? What do you see as the future of SNAG, of the field, our environment, and our world? As always you must GO BIG! Consideration will be given to works that incorporate topics of inclusion and sustainability. Collaborations, class projects and international applications are encouraged. Future Now is open to all from the beginner to professional. We want you all!
All works will be presented on live models and must consider scale (think feet not inches) and wearability for all body types. The EiM is open to submissions of all kinds from finished pieces to sketched proposals. We want to show just how diverse we all are!! Deadline: October 28, 2019.
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of SNAG’s formation as an organization. To celebrate this milestone we are planning a variety of events that reflect on our past, look towards our future, and honor our members. One of these is our Graduating Student Showcase. In honor of SNAG’s mission to inspire creativity, encourage education, and foster community, we invite all graduating students to submit images of their work to be displayed on our exhibition website SNAG//SPACE.
All matriculating or non-matriculating graduating students, part time or full time, under the direction of faculty in any North American institution are welcome to apply. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. SNAG membership is not required.
Deadline: October 28, 2019
SNAG is pleased to announce that scholarship funding is now available for its Road 2 Success programming. These scholarships are made available through a grant from the John and Robyn Horn Foundation. The application has a rolling deadline, but all application materials must be received at least 2 weeks prior to the offering for which funding is requested.
This presentation, originally shown at the 2019 SNAG conference in Chicago, showcases the creativity, skill and hard work of students studying metalsmithing and jewelry in institutions across North America. Coordinated by Danni Xu.
SNAG awards three student scholarships with at least one award given to a student that is currently an undergraduate. These scholarships are for tuition towards the students’ degree granting programs.
Congratulations to the 2019 Educational Endowment Student Scholarship recipients:
Lauren DelBrocco, Rhode Island College
Xun Liu, Savannah College of Art and Design
Vicki Cook, Western Michigan University, Frostic School of Art
SNAG also awards three scholarships for emerging and mid-career artists to use toward a workshop of their choice in North America.
Congratulations to the 2019 Educational Endowment Emerging/Mid-Career Artist Scholarship recipients:
SNAG would like to take this opportunity to recognize our Corporate Members for their support: Gemological Institute of America, Halstead, and Steven Jacob, Inc.