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Get LOOT By Going MAD

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, April 10, 2018

Every spring, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) brings together artisans and jewelry makers for a six-day celebration of ideas, craft, and talent. This year’s LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design 2018 exhibition and sale (April 16 – 21, 2018) will have 35 creators displaying innovative and distinctive jewelry made in a variety of materials. If you’ve ever thought that a statement piece of jewelry could only be something wildly expensive like diamonds set in platinum, this show will change your mind. Take some time to stop by, talk to the artists, and maybe go home with a one-of-a-kind piece of art that will collect compliments for years to come.

 

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

Bracelet by Catherine Le Gal; courtesy of artist.

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

Necklace by Shelly Fitzpatrick; courtesy of artist.

LOOT 2018 is free with museum admission. For details, click here.

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

Necklace by Tania Clarke Hall; courtesy of artist.

 

The Museum of Art and Design
2 Columbus Circle
Hours: Tues-Wed, Fri-Sun: 10 – 6; Thurs: 10 – 9

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

Bracelet by Andra Lupu; courtesy of artist.

 

Admission:
Adults: $16
Seniors: $14
Students with ID: $12
Children under 18: Free
Members: Free
Thursdays from 6 – 9 is “pay-what-you-wish”

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

Bracelet by Jed Green; courtesy of artist.

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

Earrings by Lynne MacLachlan; courtesy of artist.

LOOT at Museum of Arts and Design

Necklace by Monica Nesseler; courtesy of artist.

Click here for ZEALnyc’s complete list of New York City art and museum exhibitions and shows.

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Cover: Necklace by Lene Hald; courtesy of artist / MAD.


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