KAST 2017 May 13-14 | 10am-6pm
Porpe Artifacts is excited to participate in this year’s KAST, organized by The Kirkland Art Center. Artists open their studios around the area of Kirkland, to share with you their process of making and their art. We will be hosted by Anna’s Art Lab at 524 1st Ave South, 98033 Kirkland, Washington!
Visit us and browse our craft and art jewelry dedicated to Moms and get to know what are the different processes for designing and making jewels!
KAST began in 2004 when a small band of artists decided it was time Kirkland had its own artist studio tour. The artists open their studios once a year on Mother’s Day weekend to give the public a rare opportunity to see artists create in their studios. Kirkland Arts Center took on the management of the tour in 2008 as part of new programming initiatives designed to support the arts within the community. KAST 2017 is the 14th annual tour.
Browse the map and discover something new!
Learn more about KAC and KAST
See you there!
Jewels are a very important element of the Greek culture from the ancient years to nowadays. If you find your way to this beautiful Mediterranean country, save some time to explore the history of Ancient Greek jewelry and the interesting art jewelry exhibitions in Athens and in the island of Mykonos.
Art Jewelry Exhibitions 2017
- Athens Jewelry Week 2017 May 18- May 21
ATHENS JEWELRY WEEK 2016 is open to Greek jewelry designers/makers, individual artists or art groups, schools and galleries that consider jewelry as an art form and that through their action are trying to push the boundaries, expand and enrich the field of Contemporary Jewelry. All events scheduled (actions, performances, seminars, lectures) will open to the public between 29/6 and 3/7. Depending on their content/purpose, they may last from one day up to one month.
Click here for more info
- “The glamorous exhibition “Vanity” in Mykonos celebrates over 5000 years in jewelry”
A new exhibition in Mykonos will examine the illustrious Greek jewelry tradition, relating the ancient craft to its evolution into modern-day design.
Vanity, Stories of Jewellery in the Cyclades, presented by the Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades at the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, brings together 230 pieces of jewelry dating from the Neolithic era to the 1970s, all originating from the Cycladic islands.
Read more about the exhibition in lonely planet and in National Jewelry.
Art Jewelry Museums to visit
- Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, click here
- National Archaeological Museum, click here
A Jewel.. made in Greece, a short video click here