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#HEREWEARE x NYC Jewelry Week 2019

#HEREWEARE x NYC Jewelry Week 2019

NYCJW presents a selection of jewelers during a Marketplace set to run Nov. 21-23 at The William Vale.

 

Day 1: Marketplace kicks-off with a curated selection of jewelry from local jewelers, an exhibition of jewelry themed art, and conversations about NYC & jewels. 

 

Day 2: A day of inclusiveness in business and style: join us for conversations about building diversity in business and jewelry. 

 

Day 3:  A series of cross-disciplinary and explorative one-on-one conversations between designers within the market and professionals from various fields in discussion about inspiration, acceptance, and style.

 

#HEREWEARE aims to support a mix of jewelers in age, culture, disability, family status, gender, gender identity/expression, language, majority, minority, national origin, race/ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status and more.

 

The HERE WE ARE Marketplace will include a series of activations with the jewelry designers to educate the audience with the jewelers’ work and engage the audience with the brands present. These will include small group discussions & panels, one-on-one talks, photos ops and more. 

 

About NYC Jewelry Week:

New York City Jewelry Week is the first and only local week dedicated to promoting and celebrating the world of jewelry through educational and innovative focused programming.

 

The inaugural NYCJW welcomed 10,000 arts and culture enthusiasts who explored the multifaceted jewelry industry through groundbreaking exhibitions, panel discussions led by industry experts, exclusive workshop visits, heritage-house tours, innovative retail collaborations, and other unforgettable one-of-a-kind programming created by the best and brightest in the industry. Partners included The Metropolitan Museum of Art, MAD Museum, The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, Phluid Project, Christie’s, Bergdorf Goodman, David Webb, Mahnaz Collection, Michele Varian, Artists & Fleas,  Lulu Frost, Greenwich Street Jewelers, The Jewelry Library, 92nd Street Y Jewelry Center, and many more.

 

NYCJW is excited to launch #HEREWEARE as part of the 2019 agenda and welcomes Elliot Carlyle as Director of Diversity and Inclusion.

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