MAD About Jewelry Virtual Trunk Show featuring Luz Arias, Marta Edöcs, Francesca Marcenaro, and Claire Underwood
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The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) celebrates the craft of artist-made jewelry with MAD About Jewelry 2020, virtual shows and sales of more than 40 of the world’s most innovative contemporary jewelry artists. Small groups of artists will show their work on the museum’s website, then every two weeks, the artists will rotate and jewelry by a new group will be featured for sale.
Artists Luz Arias, Marta Edöcs, Francesca Marcenaro, and Claire Underwood join in conversation with Bryna Pomp, MAD About Jewelry curator. Participants will see what these MAD About Jewelry artists have been working on lately; learn about their processes and inspirations, and purchase pieces directly from the artists. The show is presented in conjunction with the Art Alliance of Contemporary Glass.
Visit THE STORE at MAD's website to register and shop MAD About Jewelry artists.
Venue: Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Cir
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