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Emerging, Established, Historical: American Jewelers Speak On the occasion of New York City Jewelry Week, this daylong symposium brings together some of the most exciting voices in contemporary jewelry. Keynote discussion with Matthew Drutt and Eleanor Moty.
Shared Ground: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Craft Studies Symposium Craft studies is at a critical moment as more disciplines turn their research towards craft and more scholars expand the geographic and temporal boundaries of the field. The 2018 Shared Ground symposium explores cross-disciplinary approaches to craft studies, with an ...
Shared Ground: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Craft Studies Symposium Craft studies is at a critical moment as more disciplines turn their research towards craft and more scholars expand the geographic and temporal boundaries of the field. The 2018 Shared Ground symposium explores cross-disciplinary approaches to craft studies, with an ...
Shared Ground: Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Craft Studies Symposium Craft studies is at a critical moment as more disciplines turn their research towards craft and more scholars expand the geographic and temporal boundaries of the field. The 2018 Shared Ground symposium explores cross-disciplinary approaches to craft studies, with an ...
‘LOOT: MAD About Jewelry’ ANNUAL EXHIBITION AND SALE FEATURING 35 ARTISTS FROM 15 COUNTRIES New York City - March 2018 - From April 16 to April 21, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) presents LOOT 2018, the annual exhibition and sale featuring 35 emerging and established jewelry artists. Now in its 18th edition, ...
'LOOT: MAD ABOUT JEWELRY' RETURNS THIS SPRING WITH 54 ARTISTS FROM 21 COUNTRIES NEW YORK CITY - March 2017 – From April 4 through 8, 2017, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) presents LOOT: MAD About Jewelry, the annual exhibition and sale of contemporary art jewelry.
Now in its 17th edition, LOOT ...
Chief Curator Shannon R. Stratton on Coille Hooven: Tell It By Heart MAD’s William and Mildred Lasdon Chief Curator Shannon R. Stratton on Coille Hooven: Tell It By Heart.
Learn more about the exhibition at: http://madmuseum.org/exhibition/coille-hooven
In the Artist Studios with Aqeel Malcolm Aqeel Malcolm is exploring intersectionality as it relates to the layers of his own identity as a Black, Queer, African-American, and Jamaican-American male. Craft is essential to his studio practice, especially working with fibers and weaving, as are ideas of ...
'Atmosphere for Enjoyment: Harry Bertoia's Environment for Sound' MAD's exhibition 'Atmosphere for Enjoyment: Harry Bertoia's Environment for Sound' features an interactive installation of sounding sculptures created by Bertoia’s son Val Bertoia.
Harry Bertoia’s career spanned just over thirty-five years. Known to many as the designer of the “Diamond” ...
Liz Collins, 'KNITTING NATION Phase 15: Weaving Walls,' March 6, 2016 A time-lapse video of the installation process for Liz Collins' 'KNITTING NATION Phase 15: Weaving Walls,' which was on view in the MAD lobby from March 6–21.
'KNITTING NATION 15' was a site-specific installation and live labor performance, and the ...

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