Nak Armstrong and Anthony Camargo, the creative visionaries behind Anthony Nak fine jewelry, will be special guest judges for the fourth annual SCAD Student Design Competition held during the Atlanta Jewelry Show. Joining a panel of industry experts, Armstrong and Camargo will judge the student entries and preside over the special awards ceremony on Feb. 25, at 3 p.m. in the Point of View Designer Gallery on the exhibition floor at the Cobb Galleria Centre.
The Atlanta Jewelry Show will be held Feb. 24-26.
As a partnership effort between the Southern Jewelry Travelers Association and the Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Ga., the Student Design Competition recognizes the outstanding work of the school’s design students. The competition is also designed to give budding jewelry designers an inside look at the commercial jewelry industry.
Nak Armstrong and Anthony Camargo will join a panel of jewelry association leaders, SJTA members, retail jewelry store owners and SCAD faculty to judge the entries from current matriculating SCAD students and alumni. Pieces are evaluated on the basis of overall design, marketability, wear ability, and craftsmanship. Each participant will have the opportunity to place first, second, or third in each of the following categories and/or receive the overall reward of “Best in Show”: Gold and Platinum, Silver, Alternative Materials and Methods and High-Tech Design.
For more information on the Student Design Competition, contact SJTA at 1.800.241.0399 or 404.634.3434.
The Savannah College of Art and Design is a private, non-profit accredited college awarding bachelor of fine arts, master of architecture, master of arts and master of fine arts degrees. SCAD offers 22 major areas of study, including fashion and metals and jewelry, and exists to prepare talented students for careers in the visual and performing arts, design, the building arts and the history of art and architecture. The college emphasizes learning through individual attention in a positively oriented environment. For more information on SCAD, call 800.869.7223, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.scad.edu.