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MJSA Panel: Teach Reality to Next Gen Jewelry Makers, Designers

MJSA Panel: Teach Reality to Next Gen Jewelry Makers, Designers

Mar 13, 2013 7:00 PM   By Rapaport News
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The MJSA Expo in Manhattan featured the latest tools, technology and services available to the jewelry making trade. In addition, attendees interacted with thought leaders on a number of issues, including a topic that addressed the next generation of jewelry making and design coming onto the scene. Panelists Patricia Madeja of the Pratt Institute, Arthur Skuratowicz of the Jewelry Training Center and J. Tyler Teague of Precious Metal Casting Consultants (PMCC) provided insights from the front lines of training and  development of new designers who are pursuing careers in the indumjsastry.  While there are perception, or reality, challenges --from within the industry as well as from students-- the key takeaways were  to promote stronger communication, guidance  and openness about the rules of survival in the global, evolving business of jewelry manufacturing and design.
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