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Museum of Arts and Design: Jewelry Tales: A Book Symposium

Nov 18 | Thu |
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Hybrid Event Date: Thu, Nov 18 / 1:30–4:30 pm ET Location: Museum of Arts and Design, 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY, 10019

In partnership with Stuttgart-based arnoldsche Art Publishers, MAD presents a series of conversations between Associate Curator Barbara Gifford, writers, and jewelry artists featured in the recently published Jewelry Stories.

Hosted in honor of the Museum of Arts and Design’s permanent collection exhibition 45 Stories in Jewelry: 1947 to Now and the release of the accompanying book, Jewelry Stories, this event highlights featured artists and recent publications of their work.

In-person tickets to the Symposium include free admission to the Museum and a bracelet exclusively created by Debra Rapoport for the program’s attendees.

For more information: https://www.madmuseum.org/events/jewelry-tales-book-symposium For tickets: https://buy.acmeticketing.com/events/460/list?date=2021-11-18T00:00:00-0500

TICKET PRICES Symposium tickets $30 general, $20 Members and students

Symposium livestream $20 general, $15 Members and students

Individual talks, in person

SCHEDULE 1:30 pm Introduction Barbara Paris Gifford (US), associate curator, Museum of Arts and Design

1:50–2:30 pm Symphonies in Black: Jewelry by Art Smith and Winifred Mason A discussion of the catalog, Divine Legacies in Black Jewelry

2:40–3:20 pm The Real Thing: Kim Buck A talk between artists about Kim Buck’s monograph, The Real Thing

3:30–4:10 pm Caroline Broadhead An interview with Caroline Broadhead on the subject of her monograph, Caroline Broadhead.

4:10 pm Closing remarks: arnoldsche Art Publishers A glance at the world of art publishing and a summarization of the day as discussed between two experts in the art jewelry field.

Venue: Museum of Arts and Design

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