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“The Life and Times of Robert W. Ebendorf: Jeweler and Metalsmith” is on exhibit at The Racine Art Museum in Wisconsin through January 18, 2015. Ebendorf has spent 50 years creating jewelry, assemblages, and hollowware from metal and found objects. The exhibition offers more than 100 works. Ebendorf is a founding member of SNAG. Read about this and other exhibitions.

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Don’t miss “The Earring Show 2” at Velvet da Vinci in San Francisco. Features the work of 35 international artists and presents a snapshot of the current state of the art of the earring. Read more about this and other exhibitions.

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The Twin Cities have given rise over the years to a rich cultural scene of creativity and innovation. SNAG is pleased to feature several exhibitions in Minneapolis. Learn more about this and other exhibitions happening around the world.

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On this month’s list of exhibitions is Lillstreet Art Center Gallery — “Sense of Scale: Metal Sculpture & Wearable Art”: Sarah C. Chapman, Darlys Ewoldt, Heejin Hwang, and Stacey Lee Webber present new works. These four metalsmiths all share a connection to the Lillstreet community as past or present teachers and resident artists.

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Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents “Detritus” to January 26. Featuring artists Kat Cole, Laritza Garcia, Tara Locklear, and Chesley Williams. These artists have created inspiring jewelry and headwear that contain a gritty richness reminiscent of urban and industrial landscapes.

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