SNAG Exhibitions

High-caliber exhibitions expose more people to the historical, artistic, and cultural impact of the work. Exhibitions of this quality also inspire other artists, jewelers, designers, and metalsmiths. SNAG exhibitions feature some of the finest work in the field.

Current Exhibitions

Future Exhibitions

WE ARE SNAG: Identity
December 5, 2014

Past Exhibitions

Contemporary Goldsmithing: Tradition & Excellence
2013, Still open on SNAG's website

The Body Adorned
2012, Still open on SNAG's website

Realizing the Neo-Palatial
November 5, 2010 - January 16, 2011

Dichotomies in Objects
July 2010 - April 1, 2011

January 22, 2009 - March 11, 2009

Framing the Art of Jewelry
January 19, 2008 - May 11, 2008

The Art of Gold
January 2003 - January 2006

 SNAG Exhibitions Program

  • Expands the depth and breadth of museum and gallery exhibitions
  • Nurtures the development of the field
  • Fosters a greater understanding in creating works of art relevant to contemporary culture

Three goals of the SNAG Exhibitions Program:

  1. host and coordinate traveling exhibitions
  2. partner with other organizations in select exhibitions
  3. produce a bi-annual physical exhibition of the Exhibition in Print

For more information contact Anne Fiala, Exhibitions Planning Committee Chair.

 SNAG Exhibition Partners Support

The SNAG Exhibition Planning Committee awarded the SNAG Exhibition Partners Award to co-curators Marilyn da Silva and Curtis Arima, and California College of Arts to help support their exhibition Reflection: 100 Years of Jewelry/Metal Arts at California College of the Arts. The exhibition, featuring the work of Jewelry/Metal Arts faculty and alumni spanning the decades, was open at the Oliver Art Center, Tocoah Bruce Gallery, January 23-February 14, 2013.