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In the 36th episode of Perceived Value, host Sarah Rachel Brown has traveled to Richmond, VA to connect with a group of artists with strong ties to Ethical Metalsmiths, a community of caring buyers, jewelers, designers, and suppliers committed to responsible, environmentally-sound practices for all facets of the Jewelry Industry.
In the 31st episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown gives listeners insight to her recent presentation All Work Is Studio Work during the 2019 ECU Material Topics Symposium.
During the breakout session, Sarah and attendees discussed the importance of cultivating the next generation of writers, documentarians, and facilitators from all perspectives within the field of jewelry and metals. Sarah challenged attendees to think beyond the bench; just as important as the makers are the curators, editors, organizers, and educators. Each breakout session brainstormed topics within our field that those in attendance felt are not being adequately addressed, which included the lack of focus on business practices within academic programs and diversity within our field.
The sessions concluded with a series of short interviews between Sarah and artists who volunteered to be interviewed in front of the group. The intention behind these recordings were to demonstrate how to conduct an interview and to capture some of the energy and valuable discussions in the room that day.
In the 26th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sets up her microphones in the gallery at the Center For Art In Wood in Philadelphia to interview one of the 2018 Windgate ITE Resident Fellows, Morgan Hill. Sarah and Morgan are no strangers, and the two women sit down and discuss bad first impressions, transitioning after a residency, and Morgan’s experience as a Windgate Fellow this past summer.
In the 24th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown takes a break from her west coast vacation to interview Mexican contemporary jeweler, Georgina Treviño. The two women sit down to discuss Georgina’s alternative approach to studying abroad, the value in collaborating, and what the secret is to getting her jewelry in so many fashion editorials.
Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown heads to NYC to interview the Director of Jewelry at the 92nd Street Y, Jonathan Wahl. Being that both Perceived Value and the 92nd Street Y are partners of NYC Jewelry Week, Sarah wanted to learn more about the world-class cultural and community center. The two artists sat down in the jewelry studio and discussed how Jonathan came to be the director of jewelry, how far a mixture of naiveté and bravado can get you, and what the 92nd Street Y has in store for the inaugural NYCJW.
In the 21st episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with blacksmith Rachel David. Rachel currently resides in New Orleans where she runs her business, Red Metal. The two women discuss the value of saying 'yes' even when you're terrified, life after Katrina, and the importance of an excellent CPA.
It's August 14th and this is the 1-year anniversary episode of Perceived Value!
In the 20th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown invites back a familiar voice to the podcast. It was this exact day last year that the Adjunct Hustle episode was released and at the time of recording, Emily Cobb had just accepted her first full-time teaching position. Class is out of session and Professor Cobb is home visiting her friends and family in Philadelphia after her first year of teaching at Humboldt State University in California.
One woman has a year of a tenure position under her belt, the other, podcasting. The two artists sit down and discuss this past year's milestones and changes.
To all who have been listening this past year - thank you. xo
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 17th episode of Perceived Value, host Sarah Rachel Brown travels to Baltimore, MD for the JV Collective's opening reception of Sirens taking place in the Baltimore Jewelry Center's Gallery. Much like Munich Jewellery Week, Sarah is set up in the gallery with her microphones and spends the evening interviewing staff members and artists with close ties to the BJC.
For her first interview, Sarah sits down with the Director of the Baltimore Jewelry Center, Shane Prada. The two women discuss what it's like to start a charter school, how Shane came to be involved with the BJC, and what a director of a nonprofit actually does.
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 14th episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown travels to Munich, Germany to exhibit alongside the Philadelphia-based JV Collective and she has her recording equipment in tow. It's Munich Jewellery Week and Sarah is in the gallery with her microphones offering artists the opportunity to speak with her as to why they've come to MJW and how they are affording this experiene.
This is Perceived Value's first attempt at live recording during an event; all guests, questions, and topics were impromptu. If any information shared during this interview is wrong, please email corrections to email@example.com.
In the thirteenth episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with artist Marianne Dages, printmaker and member of the collectively-run project space Napoleon. The two women discuss their common connections, how Marianne ended up in Philadelphia, and Marianne's experience as a member of the Napoleon collective the past four years.
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 ninth episode of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with Philadelphia-based contemporary jeweler and metalsmith Mallory Weston. The two women pop a bottle of champagne and discuss what sparked Mallory's interest in metals, the joys of working at a bowling alley, and how Ms. Weston came to be involved in the international art jewelry community.
In episode eight of Perceived Value host Sarah Rachel Brown sits down with Seattle-based musician, producer, and composer Hamilton Boyce. The two friends discuss royalty-free music, the logistics of a band, and ways to make a paycheck as a musician.
*Stay tuned after the interview for added musical bonus.*
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.
Sarah is spending her summer in Maine interning at a gallery; with limited time and connections, she turns to Tinder to help her find friends to explore this beautiful state with. In episode three Sarah travels to Rockland, ME to meet Drew Cornwall, photographer and current teaching assistant/instructor at Maine Media Workshops + College.