SNAG Virtual

 

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SNAG Virtual
provides makers with a wide range of business and technical skills.

Upcoming Events

Voices Jane Adam May 2021_1Voices: Jane Adam: Beyond the Surface 
May 14th, 2021 2:00pm Eastern
This presentation will offer a brief survey of Jane Adam’s work over the years, from early colourful production work to more recent rich and sensual pieces in precious metal. This will be followed by a virtual tour of her bespoke studio in the garden of her home in South West London.
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Meghan Patrice Riley_1Voices: Making Connections: Using Social Media as a Sales Tool with Meghan Patrice Riley
May 26th, 2021 5:00 pm Eastern
Meghan will be speaking about her social media sales strategy, collaboration, how she pivoted during COVID lockdown, and what opportunities she sees coming up in the social media landscape.
Daniela Malev_4Voices: Daniela Malev – Connections – A Cosmos of Phenomenons and Possibilities 
June 5th, 2021 12:00 pm Eastern
This lecture looks on the subject of connections with the eye of a jeweller, but encourages a broader perspective onto the cosmos of connections surrounding us in daily use objects and also in a wider sense.
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More SNAG Virtual events will be announced soon.


SNAG Virtual is…

Voices
1 hour + Q&A online sessions/presentations where experts in the field share their work, offer insights into their studio and practice, or lecture on a specific topic. Attendees will be invited to submit questions ahead of the event and presenters will take questions live and engage in dialogue with the attendees.
Craft Labs
1.5 + Q&A hour online professional development presentations that help artists, designers, makers recognize and adapt to changing models and pursue innovative business solutions.  Attendees will learn skills for addressing economic realities and growing stronger businesses.
Workshops
Online skill or process-based instruction. Workshops may meet for 2 or 2.5 hours once or twice as appropriate to the technical content. Students may be expected to follow along in their studios or work on projects between meetings. Attendees will receive information about materials or tools in advance and may be expected to purchase an additional kit. Attendees can expect to be able to interact with the instructor, ask questions and receive guidance. Instructors will also provide limited post-workshop support.
Please note:
-Student Virtual scholarships will be announced when available.
-SNAG reserves the right to cancel in advance any programs not meeting the minimum enrollment.
-Program recordings will be made available to registrants for 14 days post-event date.

Questions? Contact SNAG