The July 2020 Report

News & Ideas
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, exhibitions, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR participation.

The Southwest School of Art is offering online summer classes in jewelry taught by Jillian Sortore and Alejandra Salinas
Art Smith, Modern Cuff, circa 1948
Nicolas Estrada, Art Can’t Breathe, 2020
A spread from Jennifer Papatzikakis’s dissertation, photo courtesy of Hochschule Luzern Design & Kunst
Bill Reid, Hinged Abacus Bracelet, 1960
Photo courtesy of the Galerie für Angewandte Kunst
The deadline to apply for the international master’s program in Object & Jewellery at PXL-MAD School of Arts
 A spread from Paula Caviezel’s dissertation, photo courtesy of Hochschule Luzern Design & Kunst
The Center for Craft - Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowship is now accepting applications
Freyja Sewell’s mask
Karin Jones (Canadian, b. 1972), Edger, 2009–2010
Karola Torkos, Blotty, 2020
Mando Bee, Brooch (front and back), photo courtesy of the artist
A still from a GIF showing a woman wearing a mask printed with her own features, courtesy of maskalike.com
Photo courtesy of Aeternum
Tiff Massey, Ain’t No Future in Your Front
Photo courtesy of CODA
The PlatAfrica 2020 competition is accepting entries from students, apprentices, and professional jewelers in South Africa
Galerie Rob Koudijs, after being closed for 117 days, reopens July 3, 2020!
Work by Sara Sallam, photo courtesy Dezeen
Image from the Schmuck 2020 catalog
Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue Store, photo: Shutterstock
Photo courtesy of Khanya Mthethwa
Cara Croninger, Heart Necklace
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The July 2020 Report

News & Ideas
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, exhibitions, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR participation.

The Southwest School of Art is offering online summer classes in jewelry taught by Jillian Sortore and Alejandra Salinas
Art Smith, Modern Cuff, circa 1948
Nicolas Estrada, Art Can’t Breathe, 2020
A spread from Jennifer Papatzikakis’s dissertation, photo courtesy of Hochschule Luzern Design & Kunst
Bill Reid, Hinged Abacus Bracelet, 1960
Photo courtesy of the Galerie für Angewandte Kunst
The deadline to apply for the international master’s program in Object & Jewellery at PXL-MAD School of Arts
 A spread from Paula Caviezel’s dissertation, photo courtesy of Hochschule Luzern Design & Kunst
The Center for Craft - Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowship is now accepting applications
Freyja Sewell’s mask
Karin Jones (Canadian, b. 1972), Edger, 2009–2010
Karola Torkos, Blotty, 2020
Mando Bee, Brooch (front and back), photo courtesy of the artist
A still from a GIF showing a woman wearing a mask printed with her own features, courtesy of maskalike.com
Photo courtesy of Aeternum
Tiff Massey, Ain’t No Future in Your Front
Photo courtesy of CODA
The PlatAfrica 2020 competition is accepting entries from students, apprentices, and professional jewelers in South Africa
Galerie Rob Koudijs, after being closed for 117 days, reopens July 3, 2020!
Work by Sara Sallam, photo courtesy Dezeen
Image from the Schmuck 2020 catalog
Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue Store, photo: Shutterstock
Photo courtesy of Khanya Mthethwa
Cara Croninger, Heart Necklace
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AJF Live with Tanel Veenre

July 1, 2020
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is expanding its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community. We’re not moving away from print, but are expanding more into video. One of the ways we’re doing that is by hosting live chats online. We’re planning artist studio visits, live chats with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, interviews with curators and authors, artists interviewing other artists, and programming tied to various jewelry weeks from around the globe. We’ll record them and post them on our website.

This video, featuring Tanel Veenre, was recorded on July 1, 2020.

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AJF Live with Tanel Veenre

July 1, 2020
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is expanding its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community. We’re not moving away from print, but are expanding more into video. One of the ways we’re doing that is by hosting live chats online. We’re planning artist studio visits, live chats with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, interviews with curators and authors, artists interviewing other artists, and programming tied to various jewelry weeks from around the globe. We’ll record them and post them on our website.

This video, featuring Tanel Veenre, was recorded on July 1, 2020.

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AJF Live with Ela Bauer and Esther Knobel

June 24, 2020
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is expanding its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community. We’re not moving away from print, but are expanding more into video. One of the ways we’re doing that is by hosting live chats online. We’re planning artist studio visits, live chats with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, interviews with curators and authors, artists interviewing other artists, and programming tied to various jewelry weeks from around the globe. We’ll record them and post them on our website.

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AJF Live with Ela Bauer and Esther Knobel

June 24, 2020
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is expanding its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community. We’re not moving away from print, but are expanding more into video. One of the ways we’re doing that is by hosting live chats online. We’re planning artist studio visits, live chats with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, interviews with curators and authors, artists interviewing other artists, and programming tied to various jewelry weeks from around the globe. We’ll record them and post them on our website.

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AJF LIVE with Nikki Couppee & emiko oye

June 18, 2020
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is expanding its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community. We’re not moving away from print, but are expanding more into video. One of the ways we’re doing that is by hosting live chats online. We’re planning artist studio visits, live chats with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, interviews with curators and authors, artists interviewing other artists, and programming tied to various jewelry weeks from around the globe. We’ll record them and post them on our website.

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AJF LIVE with Nikki Couppee & emiko oye

June 18, 2020
Art Jewelry Forum

Art Jewelry Forum is expanding its efforts to connect more directly with the jewelry community. We’re not moving away from print, but are expanding more into video. One of the ways we’re doing that is by hosting live chats online. We’re planning artist studio visits, live chats with gallerists about shows they’re hosting, interviews with curators and authors, artists interviewing other artists, and programming tied to various jewelry weeks from around the globe. We’ll record them and post them on our website.

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