Carrie Yodanis

Carrie Yodanis is a jeweler and sociologist. She makes and writes about jewelry as a way to share ideas about the social world. She’s a professor at the University of British Columbia, where she studies and teaches about art and inequality.

Articles by Carrie Yodanis

Meaghan McRae, Frog Cuff

A Tale of Two Instagram Accounts and One Rock ’n’ Roll Indigenous Jeweler

Galleries Often Want Only Traditional Designs

Make the Friendship Bracelets

Jewelry Connects Us

Elsa Vanier Turns to Curatorial Projects

After Closing Her Gallery, a New Focus

Why Is Jewelry So @*#% Happy?

Smiling Jewelry in Sad Times

In Conversation with MJ Tyson

Juror for the 2022 AJF Young Artist Award

Are Some Ideas Too Big for Jewelry?

The Art of Karin Jones
Bill Reid, Hinged “Abacus” Bracelet

Well Made

The Range of Bill Reid’s Life and Work

Who Wears What Big Jewelry?

Seeing Commonality Among Our Differences
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