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In the 25th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown interviews the president of Halstead, Hilary Halstead Scott, during her recent trip to Philadelphia. The two women sat down to discuss the history of the family-run business Halstead, the importance of business skills, and what exactly a marketing kit is.
In the 19th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with the queen of small-scale fabrication, Erica Bello. This past April, Erica welcomed Sarah into her work/live space in Baltimore, MD. The two women discussed Erica's honest approach to sharing her successes and failures on social media, what it's like not being able to afford your own work, and how scary it can be when you overwork your body.
In the 18th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with Contemporary Jeweler, April Wood. This is the second installment of interviews Sarah conducted with Staff members of the Baltimore Jewelry Center located in Baltimore, MD.
The Baltimore Jewelry Center is in it's infancy and as a newly founded non-profit, the staff is small and they all wear many hats. April is the Exhibitions Director, Studio Manager, and instructor. The two women discuss how April came to be in Baltimore, what the deal is with the student loan forgiveness program, and the importance of finding time for yourself.
In the 16th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with contemporary fine jeweler Marilyn Brogan. Recorded this past January during the Pentaculum Residency at Arrowmont School, the two women sit down and discuss the meandering path Marilyn has taken to her current studio practice. From sculpture to baking, Marilyn's work experience is a prime example of how some of us know the career we want right out of college and others figure things out along the way.
In the 15th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with French Canadian jeweler, enamelist, and illustrator Aurélie Guillaume. The two jewelers are currently in Munich, German for Munich Jewellery Week and recorded this interview in the JV Collective's exhibition space during gallery hours while visitors looked on. The two women discuss the complications of international artist residencies, how many hours it takes to make a piece, and Sarah finally learns how to pronounce Aurélie correctly!
In the eleventh episode of Perceived Value, host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with the Programs Director of Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Nick Deford. This is the second installment of a series of interviews Sarah conducted during Arrowmont's Pentaculum this past January. The two artists sit down to discuss what a programs director does, how an artist juggles their studio practice with their arts administration job, and are student loans like the boogie man?
In the tenth episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with ceramic artist Jason Bige Burnett. Jason and Sarah are in Gatlinburg, TN at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts taking part in Arrowmont's annual Pentaculum. The two artists sip some bourbon and discuss what exactly a Pentaculum is, how they came to be involved, and the value of this experience.
In the fifth episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with contemporary jeweler Emily Shaffer. This past August Emily applied for the Halstead Grant and placed as a Top Five Finalist. Halstead is a full service jewelry supply firm that was launched in 1973 and is still family owned and operated. As a company Halstead strives to support small business and emerging artists; most notably through their annual Halstead Grant.
Each year one artist is selected as the winner and ten other artists are announced as either Top Five Finalists or Top Ten Finalists. Sarah sits down with Emily to discuss what the Halstead Grant is, what the application entails, and what one can gain beyond the monetary awards.
In the second episode of Perceived Value Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with artist Rea Rossi to discuss her experience exhibiting as an Emerging Artist at the Philadelphia Museum of Art's Craft Show.
In June Sarah received the news that she has been accepted as an Emerging Artist for this year's PMA Craft Show taking place November 9-12th. This will be Sarah's first craft show experience; she's a bit overwhelmed and is hoping Rea can clarify a few details for her.
The two jewelers discuss what exactly a craft show is, why they chose to apply, and how much money Sarah can plan on investing into this experience. Doing shows of this caliber is expensive - but the payoff can go far beyond one's bank account.