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    Congratulations, JEM Students!

    We're nearly halfway through 2017, and we couldn't be more proud of the work our students have exhibited within the year. From awards and magazine features to a relay race in Yuma, Arizona, it's been an action-packed semester for JEM. Check out our recent successes below and see what some of our alumni have also been up to!

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    Yolanda Chiu

    Check out our star student Yolanda Chiu's work! She created this stand for her doll in JEM's Kinetics and Mechanics class.

    yolanda's automata

    How To Get Your Jewelry On Air

    Ever see your style icons on shows or movies wearing impeccable jewelry? Or even jewelry that's similar to your designs?  Accessories Magazine's article* on Screen Style covers TV's biggest hit shows and how you can get your unique jewelry on air.  

    Read below for the full article.

    How to get your jewelry on air

    *Parker, Lauren. "Screen Style: How to Get Your Jewelry On Air." Accessories May 2016: 28. Print.


    MFA/Jewelry and Metal Arts: Past, Present, Future

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    This November 3rd, The School of Jewelry and Metal Arts will present the gallery show, MFA/Jewelry and Metal Arts: Past, Present, Future.  The show will focus on MFA thesis artwork.  This includes the era when JEM was under FASCU’s department and JEM's earliest graduate students.  Additionally, the gallery will display JEM's current students’ theses work.  Please stop by the Cannery, in Suite 115, at 5:30 to view the incredible work our students have produced!

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    Student Spotlight: Diana Garcia

    Diana Garcia

    Diana Garcia

    Diana Garcia, MFA Jewelry Design 2016, was selected as a Juror’s Choice for the 2014 Lewton-Brain Foldform Competition. The competition is hosted annually by the Center for Metal Arts and recognizes excellence in the the art of foldforming. Foldforming is a technique used in metal working where the metal is folded and unfolded to give it a three dimensional form. Diana’s entry impressed the judges at the Lewton-Brain Foldform Competition and her work at  Academy of Art University continues to show what a gifted jewelry designer she is.

    This Columbian native was not always headed on a path towards jewelry design. Before coming to San Francisco, she had an entirely different career before finding her calling in jewelry. Diana took a quick break from managing her brand and preparing her final project to show off some of her work and talk to Fashion School Daily about winning the Juror’s Choice award and let us in on where she finds her inspiration.

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