Journal of the Month: Metalsmith

The Journal of the Month for November is Metalsmith, a trade magazine published by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG). Metalsmith features critical issues and ideas in the discipline, relavant historical work, as well as current work by featured artists, exhibition reviews, and SNAG news.

Vol. 31, No. 5 Features:

 “The Hand as Subject and Site”—The late Polly Ullrich explores ways in which jewelry and the hand interact to create heightened self-awareness and complex experience.

“John Nels Hatleberg: Art, Artiface, and a Passion for Gems”—As the foremost diamond counterfeiter and creator of stunning jewelry objects, John Hatleberg is driven by gemological awe.

“Diamonds Were the Badge of the Philistine: Art Jewelry at Midcentury”—The birth of the Modern “art jewelry” movement is a story studded with adventurous artists and broadminded collectors and curators.

Visit the library to see Metalsmith and all the rest of our journals and magazines!


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