Episode 177 Part 1: History at Your Fingertips: How Beatriz Chadour-Sampson Catalogued 2,600 Historic Rings

Episode 177

What you’ll learn in this episode: How Beatriz discovered and catalogued the 2,600 rings in the Alice and Louis Koch Ring Collection at the Swiss National Museum How Covid lockdown changed how people wear jewelry Beatriz’s tricks for making a jewelry exhibit more engaging What it’s like to work with jewels uncovered from shipwrecks How […]

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Episode 175 Part 2: The Link Between Jewelry and Architecture with Eva Eisler Head of Jewelry Department of the Academy of Arts in Prague

Episode 175

What you’ll learn in this episode: Why sacred geometry is the underlying link between Eva’s work in jewelry, architecture and design How growing up in an isolated Soviet Bloc country influenced Eva’s creative expression Why jewelry is one of the most communicative art forms How Eva evaluates jewelry as a frequent jewelry show judge Why […]

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Episode 175 Part 1: The Link Between Jewelry and Architecture with Eva Eisler Head of Jewelry Department of the Academy of Arts in Prague

Episode 175

What you’ll learn in this episode: Why sacred geometry is the underlying link between Eva’s work in jewelry, architecture and design How growing up in an isolated Soviet Bloc country influenced Eva’s creative expression Why jewelry is one of the most communicative art forms How Eva evaluates jewelry as a frequent jewelry show judge Why […]

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Marrying Old and New: Ancient Treasures and Contemporary Statements with Sasha Nixon, Historian, Curator and Practicing Metalsmith

Episode 29

Sasha Nixon is a curator, historian, and practicing metalsmith. She specializes in the study of contemporary art jewelry, particularly how individual artists are influenced by ancient and historical jewelry styles and techniques. She is co-curator of the Museum of Arts and Design’s (MAD) exhibition Fake News and True Love: Fourteen Stories by Robert Baines (October […]

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