Be sure to take advantage of these great SNAG 2014 conference opportunities!
SNAG/crafthaus Conference Scholarship
deadline January 10, 2014
Application for the scholarship is open to all SNAG and crafthaus members (must be a member of both organizations), regardless of location or background. The recipient must have finished their education and be in the field of jewelry or metalsmithing. The recipient will receive a SNAG conference fee waiver and more. Learn more>>>
Conference Student Scholarships
deadline January 21, 2014
Educators may request a scholarship for a student. Scholarships are limited to Jewelry/Metals degree-seeking students, full-time or part-time, and including community colleges. Each scholarship covers the registration fee for the conference. Students are responsible for their travel, accommodations and other expenses. Learn more>>>
Juried Student Exhibition: “Open Field Running”
deadline February 1, 2014
The 2014 Juried Student Exhibition will showcase the best student work from college and university metalsmithing and jewelry programs across North America. To be held onsite in conjunction with the 2014 SNAG conference. Learn more>>>
Annual Presentation of Student Work: “Alchemy in the Digital Age”
deadline February 1, 2014
Educators: Represent the talent, creativity, and hard work of your students at this year’s conference in a riveting, digital presentation of powerful and inspirational images. Learn more>>>
Education Resource Room
registration for educational programs: February 1-April 15, 2014
The Education Resource Room connects students with representatives from universities, colleges, schools, art centers and other programs across the United States. Learn more>>>
registration: March 24-April 18, 2014
Portfolio Reviews are for emerging artists and students. Gallery representatives, curators, artist/professors, entrepreneurs, and other professionals in the metals field will be available by appointment to review portfolios and provide professional advice and guidance. Learn more>>>
SNAG recognizes the achievements and potential of those members currently enrolled as full-time students in undergraduate, graduate and community college programs through our Educational Endowment Scholarships.
Three scholarships are given annually. The scholarships are for tuition towards the artists’ degree granting program. There are three tiers of awards: one for $2000, one for $1500, and the third at $1000.
Deadline March 15, 2014.
SNAG members are invited to apply for a full or partial scholarship, sponsored by SNAG, to The Arts Business Institute’s 2014 Winter Workshop, taking place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia on January 18-19, 2014. This two-day intensive business learning experience is designed to help artists launch or grow a production studio business.
From prehistoric cave paintings to current digital art, animals have provided creative inspiration across the centuries. “Animal Instincts,” the 2014 Juried Exhibition in Print by SNAG and produced by Metalsmith, will showcase a diverse range of animal-related work from the metalsmithing field. We are seeking works that are about animals, of animals, and even for animals. Let your animal instincts run wild!
Deadline: January 31, 2014
SNAG IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE UNIQUES, A HOLIDAY SALE ON EBAY!
One-of-a-kind, limited edition, unusual, and other handmade contemporary art jewelry and small metals.
Find a great holiday gift, or something special for yourself. Your purchase will help support SNAG and its talented member artists.
The auction runs December 2-16, 2013 on eBay.