Jewelry Collecting in the 21st Century: Artistic Vision, Gems, and Ethical Considerations in Contemporary Studio Jewelry A Panel Discussion Presented by Elevated Matter Gallery November 12, 2023 3:30 – 4:30 pm Park Ave Armory, New York City More information on the panel can be found here. We are able to provide comp tickets if you RSVP to Chris Davies at [email protected] The ticket is good for
IAC's Lisa Koenigsberg joined host Thomas Johnson on How May I Serve You, Episode 124 to discuss mentorship and collaboration. Make sure to listen to the insightful conversation. The podcast can be found on any podcast streaming service, or here on the GetupNGetFitWebsite.
John Neagle. Pat Lyon at the Forge, 1829. Oil on canvas, unframed: 94½ x 68½ in. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Gift of the Lyon Family, 1842.1. Declared by Congress in 1894, the first Monday in September honors the nation’s workers and their contributions to the wellbeing of the country. Its roots are seen to date to the 1886 Haymarket Riot in Chicago.
Delighted to have been invited and to have been in conversation with Thomas Johnson about mentorship, its impact, and fulfilling the role of a mentor. The serendipity of finding someone who plays such a role is an adventure in itself. The podcast can be found on any podcast streaming service, or here on the GetupNGetFitWebsite.
"With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just
In the 1920 – 30s, LGBT nightlife and culture was booming in Europe. Before the rise of fascism and the Nazi burning of Institut für Sexualwissenschaft, an early sexology research center and one of the first transgender clinics, many gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender/gender nonconforming people could live somewhat open lives, evident in certain artistic circles around Europe such as those that artists Gluck and
Gilbert Baker (1951 – 2017), was an artist, designer, and LGBTQ+ rights activist. In the late 1970s, he found himself at the forefront of the LGBTQ+ liberation movement in San Francisco. Harvey Milk, the first openly gay elected official in California, challenged Gilbert Baker to design a symbol for the LGBTQ+ community. Baker thus embarked on an ambitious project to craft a flag that would
This Pride Month, IAC lauds the passing of the Respect for Marriage Act. This landmark bill legally recognizes same sex and interracial marriage. #PrideMonth #RespectForMarriageAct #LGBTQ+ #LegalizeGayMarriage #Equality
John La Farge, Agathon to Erosanthe (Votive Wreath), 1861, Oil on canvas, 23 × 13 in. Colby College Museum of Art.
Reposting for our colleagues at JVC who have been hard at work on comments for revisions to the FTC Green Guides.
Initiatives in Art and Culture (IAC) educates diverse audiences on visual culture with an emphasis on American Art, the Arts and Crafts Movement, and gold and other precious substances through conferences, webinars, publications, and exhibitions. Marrying a focus on authenticity, artisanry, and materials with a commitment to sustainability and our collective obligation to the planet and to one another, IAC draws on deep connections in