Munich Jewellery Week

Part 2
Art Jewelry Forum

AJF’s social media intern, Pei Wu, attends university in Germany. Although the Internationale Handwerksmesse was cancelled this year, and Schmuck along with it, many of the planned events on the periphery—also known as Munich Jewellery Week—took place nonetheless, and Pei attended. She sent in dozens of photos of what she saw there. In fact, there were so many that we divided them into two photo essays. If you missed the previous one we published, you can find it here.

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Munich Jewellery Week

Part 2
Art Jewelry Forum

AJF’s social media intern, Pei Wu, attends university in Germany. Although the Internationale Handwerksmesse was cancelled this year, and Schmuck along with it, many of the planned events on the periphery—also known as Munich Jewellery Week—took place nonetheless, and Pei attended. She sent in dozens of photos of what she saw there. In fact, there were so many that we divided them into two photo essays. If you missed the previous one we published, you can find it here.

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Munich Jewellery Week

A Taste of the Event
Art Jewelry Forum

Although the Internationale Handwerksmesse was cancelled this year, and Schmuck along with it, many of the planned events on the periphery—Munich Jewellery Week—took place nonetheless. AJF’s social media intern, Pei Wu, attends university in Germany. She went to MJW and graciously took dozens of photos of what she saw to share with AJF. Many of them are included here. Other photos were sent in by Caterina Silva, Cristina Filipe, Kadri Mälk, and Arnoldsche Art Publishers.

 

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Munich Jewellery Week

A Taste of the Event
Art Jewelry Forum

Although the Internationale Handwerksmesse was cancelled this year, and Schmuck along with it, many of the planned events on the periphery—Munich Jewellery Week—took place nonetheless. AJF’s social media intern, Pei Wu, attends university in Germany. She went to MJW and graciously took dozens of photos of what she saw to share with AJF. Many of them are included here. Other photos were sent in by Caterina Silva, Cristina Filipe, Kadri Mälk, and Arnoldsche Art Publishers.

 

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The 2019 Texas Metals Symposium

October 12, 2019
Alejandra Salinas

The 2019 Texas Metals Symposium took place October 12, 2019, at Texas Tech University, in Lubbock, TX, hosted by the university's Metals department program and club. This annual, free symposium is in its twelfth year and brings together a diverse and tight-knit community of metalsmiths and innovative speakers. Speakers included

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The 2019 Texas Metals Symposium

October 12, 2019
Alejandra Salinas

The 2019 Texas Metals Symposium took place October 12, 2019, at Texas Tech University, in Lubbock, TX, hosted by the university's Metals department program and club. This annual, free symposium is in its twelfth year and brings together a diverse and tight-knit community of metalsmiths and innovative speakers. Speakers included

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FAVORITE SIGHTINGS: NYCJW19

Art Jewelry Forum

Yvonne Montoya, AJF’s executive director; Raïssa Bump, jewelry artist and AJF board co-chair; AJF board member Bonnie Levine; MJ Tyson; and Mobilia Gallery all sent in photos from New York City Jewelry Week. Thanks so much!

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FAVORITE SIGHTINGS: NYCJW19

Art Jewelry Forum

Yvonne Montoya, AJF’s executive director; Raïssa Bump, jewelry artist and AJF board co-chair; AJF board member Bonnie Levine; MJ Tyson; and Mobilia Gallery all sent in photos from New York City Jewelry Week. Thanks so much!

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