Baltimore Jewelry Center

Established in 2013, the Baltimore Jewelry Center is a 501c3 educational nonprofit building a vibrant creative community for the study and practice of metalworking for new and established artists. The Baltimore Jewelry Center is the preeminent independent jewelry and metalsmithing program in the Mid-Atlantic. We offer a curriculum that is on par with programs offered at art colleges across the United States, at a deeply discounted price. Both new and established metalsmiths and jewelers can access excellent equipment and knowledgeable support through our studio access program.

Through our gallery and exhibitions program, we expose the public to the breadth of contemporary jewelry. Our studio includes 450 square feet of gallery space where we host exhibitions featuring local, national, and international jewelry and metal artists. Since launching our exhibition program, we have hosted over 25 exhibitions and featured the work of more than 500 artists. The Baltimore Jewelry Center’s goal is to promote awareness of and appreciation for art jewelry specifically in the Mid-Atlantic.

Learn more about the Baltimore Jewelry Center by reading AJF’s interview here.

Website

https://baltimorejewelrycenter.org/

Address
10 E. North Ave., Suite 130
Baltimore, MD 21202

Contact
[email protected]

Object Feature

April Wood, Fruiting Brooch

Emily Cobb, Textured Basalt: Grains

Andy Lowrie, Utopia

Jolynn Santiago, Testimony (Almost Two), from the series Twenty-Four Hours of Silence (56 Grams)

Katia Rabey, All This Talk

Elliot Keeley, Picture Brooch

Jennifer Moore, In Situ

Catherine Blackburn, Stay Home

$ulo Bee, $P4C3 UF0Z

Kerianne Quick, 529 Lincoln with Key

Mona Taylor, Saturn Ear Cuff

Nicole Dest-Forrester, Hear No Evil, See a Little Bit, Speak on Nothing

Sarah Parker, Portrait of an Unapologetic American

Leslie Shershow, Short-Cut 2

Andy Lowrie, Cut, Bend #2

Jessica Andersen, On Display

Nathalie Maiello, Brooch (Blue)

Rebekah Gail Frank,

Kristin Beeler,

Ben Cooke-Akaiwa,

Kate Dannenberg,

Samira Saheli,

Adam Atkinson,

Lydia Martin,

Reed Fagan,

Sofia Bjorkman,

Elaine Zukowski,

Emily Rogstad,

Rachel Kedinger,

Demitra Thomloudis,

Everett Hoffman,

Betsy Lewis,

Lydia Martin,

Cathryn Jasterzbski,

Brice Garrett,

Kristy Bujanic,

Nils Hint,

Francesca Vitali,

Jim Bové,

Seth Papac,

Sarah Holden,

Amanda Bartlett,

Eli Arenas,

Kelly Jean Conroy,

Victor Beckmann,

Reed Fagan Hilbert,

Hannah Oatman,

Anne-Sophie Vallée,

Sarah Holden,

Maria Eife,

Lauren Kalman,

Erin Hollis,

Craig Howarth Movement Made Static, #7 Brooch,

Erica Bello,

Lyndsay Rice,

Rose Schlemmer,

Demitra Thomloudis,

Jolynn Santiago,

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