The Raffle supports SNAG’s Educational Endowment Fund.
SNAG’s 2019 raffle will be held during The Loop: Coming Full Circle conference in Chicago, May 22-25, 2019.
There are three ways to purchase raffle tickets:
- Through your online conference registration (through April 25, 2019)
- Online here April 1-May 15, 2019
- At the conference in Chicago
$20 each or six for $100. Credit cards only, no cash or checks. Drawing will be held at the conference. You do not need to be present to win.
Questions? Email email@example.com
This is the list of prizes as of 3/21/19. More will be listed here soon!
|Bally Humanufactured, LLC
Transit Chair, Humanufactured® (hand-fabricated) of recycled aluminum traffic signs, champagne corks and steel hardware. Value: $1150.
| Rio Grande, Inc.
$250 Rio Grande gift certificate. (Four will be raffled off.)
|Peters Valley School of Craft
Five days of workshop tuition, including lodging and lunches. Value: $865.
| Pocosin Arts
Gift certificate for free tuition and housing for any 5-day workshop. Housing is in a shared quad room. Winner is responsible for workshop materials and studio fees. Subject to availability, winner may also pay to upgrade their housing to a double or private room. Value: approx. $780.
| Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Tuition scholarship for a standard 2019 1-week workshop. Value: $675.
Course credit certificate for any two- or three-day workshop at Metalwerx. Value: $400-525.
“Thank you for selecting me as a recipient of this year’s Educational Endowment Scholarship. I appreciate your generosity and support of emerging artists in the jewelry and metalsmithing community. In receiving this award, my financial burden was lightened and allowed me to put all of my focus on my studio work. Your generosity is something to look up to, and I hope that one day I will be able to help students achieve their goals as you have for me.” — Valerie James, 2018 Educational Endowment Scholarship recipient
“The Educational Endowment Student Scholarship is more than a fund for purchasing tools and materials. It has fueled the fire beneath my feet, and pushes me forward. As a first generation college graduate, the opportunity to become a participant in the metals field was something I never dreamed would be possible. As a graduate student, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to piece together my identity as a maker, and receiving the Educational Endowment Scholarship has helped close the gap between those missing patches. I smith with greater confidence than I ever have before. I feel an incredible debt to the community that has made this scholarship possible, and hope to reciprocate their kindness through hard work, ethical citizenship, and the spread of education.” — Adam Atkinson, 2017 Educational Endowment Scholarship recipient