Natural Craft: A Pop Up Jewelry Garden

PHS Pop Up Garden

The UArts-sponsored PHS Pop Up Garden, a temporary green space on the University's campus, will feature an exhibition of art jewelry inspired by nature created by UArts students and recent alumni, who will be on hand to engage with the public. Garden patrons may handle the work, try it on and talk with the artists. The purpose of the exhibition is to increase awareness of jewelry as an art form and showcase the Craft & Material Studies' Jewelry program. Most of the exhibited work will also be available for purchase.

Featured artists:
Megan Ayers ’16 (Crafts)
Yunhee Kim BFA ’13 (Crafts)
Haley MacLaren ’15 (Crafts)
Julian Nakagawa BFA ’13 (Crafts)
Monique Peterson BFA ’13 (Crafts)
Michelle Phelan BFA ’13 (Crafts)
Chi Tse BFA ’12 (Crafts)
Brittany Walker BFA ’12 (Crafts)

Above: "Disillusionment" by Michelle Phelan BFA '13 (Crafts); aluminum, hematite, porcelain, steel, sterling silver; 8” x 12” x 2.5”; 2012.

PHS Pop Up Garden
313 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States

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