NYC Jewelry Week is NYC’s first and only week dedicated to promoting the world of jewelry through educational and innovative NYC focused programming. In its inaugural year, NYCJW features groundbreaking exhibitions, educational lectures, explorative workshops, exclusive tours, and unique collaborations with the best and brightest businesses, brands, individual jewelers, artists, and designers throughout NYC.
Below we have highlighted projects and exhibitions that our artists are involved in.
November 10 – 21
The Kinship Between: American Female Jewelers, Part 1
Curated by Mark McDonald and Sienna Patti, The Kinship Between will feature original vintage pieces by three mid-century jewelers: Margaret de Patta, Ruth Roach and Betty Cooke and new work by four contemporary artists: Räissa Bump, Noam Elyashiv, Rebekah Frank and Gabriella Kiss.
The show explores shared aspects of their craft as metalsmiths and the kinship between their ways of working and their design process as well as their shared use of form and material. The exhibition will also highlight the unique kinship between maker and wearer.
Saturday November 10, 12-2pm
Preview and roundtable discussion with Curators Mark McDonald & Sienna Patti
at *the Jewelry Library, New York, 1239 Broadway, Suite 800
Please RSVP for the roundtable via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.