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The Goldsmith ’20 exhibition runs June 23-July 24, 2021 at The InLiquid Gallery, 400 N. American St. Studio 314, Philadelphia, PA. 215-235-3405.
Don’t miss our virtual Gallery Crawl on June 26th during the SNAG conference.
Goldsmith ‘20 is a nod in the direction of our predecessors, with a modern twist. SNAG members were invited to look at the pieces and makers that were in the original exhibition to influence their own creation. Learn more
SNAG 2021 Inspire/Aspire: A Virtual Convening, June 24-27th, will include an online student exhibition. This is open to all 2020 graduates AND current students enrolled in: undergraduate programs, graduate programs, community colleges, craft schools, technical colleges, community arts centers, or cultural centers. Those working through apprenticeship/ assistantship paths are also included.
Exhibition will debut at the conference and then be included on the SNAG website. Select work will also be featured on SNAG’s social media accounts before, during and after the conference.
More Information can be found HERE
A View From the Jeweler’s Bench: Ancient Treasures, Contemporary Statements runs February 14-July 7, 2019 at Bard Graduate Center Gallery, Manhattan, NY. This exhibition is curated by Sasha Nixon, who received SNAG’s 2017 Emerging Curators Grant. Traditional and current processes employed by jewelers will be displayed alongside contemporary and historical jewels and artifacts. Learn more
The fifth juried member online exhibition in the We Are SNAG Membership Series.
When considering the temporal qualities of metalwork, it is often its endurance over time that comes to mind. Jewelry is passed from one generation to the next, is tied to memory and intimacy, and historically, the stability, durability, and preciousness of its materials added value to its composition. With the Studio Craft movement coming to the fore in the 1950s, the correlation between value and material was subverted, and the possibilities of expression in the field expanded dramatically. This exhibition seeks to explore the notion of “ephemerality” in its widest definition, showcasing work that explores transience, is comprised of impermanent materials, incorporates memorabilia and “ephemera,” and/or exists through time-based performance and photography.
SNAG would like to take this opportunity to recognize our Corporate Members for their support: Gemological Institute of America, Halstead, and Shapeways.
The 2019 Chicago SNAG conference is seeking curators, organizations, schools and individuals to offer a fresh look at the field of contemporary metalsmithing through a multiple-exhibition and sale event called Adorned Spaces.
This juried event will highlight both established and emerging artists to celebrate innovations in metalsmithing through SNAG’s lifetime. Deadline: December 15, 2018. Learn more and apply