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Jewelry Podcasts - Perceived Value & More

Jewelry Podcasts are a great way to get information about what is happening in the jewelry industry.

Podcasts have become so popular and with the rise of hands free devices listening has never been easier. We have compiled a list of must- listen jewelry podcasts. While working in your studio or driving in the car tune in to stay up to date on trends, techniques, business tips, & industry advice.

Perceived Value

In 2017, Sarah found her passion and started producing her Perceived Value podcast. It started from a desire to interview jewelers to find out how they made their living for a book. This turned into a podcast where the focus of each episode is a candid, in-depth conversation with an artist. She isn't afraid to ask questions that many are in the name of radical transparency. Topics have included student loan debt, familial support, personal income among others that are often considered taboo. You can read more about Perceived Value in Sarah's interview with Art Jewelry Forum.

Sarah Rachel Brown is the woman behind Perceived Value Podcast. She is an adornment jewelry artist based in Philadelphia who is involved in the jewelry industry in a variety of ways. She is a member of the JV Collective, a collaborative contemporary jewelry studio and the Custom Design Specialist for Bario Neal Jewelry in Philadelphia. Her jewelry career began with a 3-year apprenticeship with jeweler Sarah Loertscher. Sarah is also the US Ambassador for Art Jewelry Forum. She was the founding Metals Coordinator for the Arrowmont School of Art and Crafts Pentaculum Residency, where she was also an artist-in-residence. In addition, Sarah was a Core Fellow at Penland school of Crafts. Her work has been exhibited at a variety of shows nationally and internationally. These shows include The Contemporary Jewelry Show at the Penland Gallery, Munich Jewellery Week and New York City Jewelry Week.

In 2020, Sarah will be joining the The Halstead Grant judging committee. Each year the grant provides start up capital to new silver jewelry businesses. The Halstead Grant is now calling for entries for 2020.

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More jewelry podcasts you need to check out.

Jewelry Artist

Jewelry Artist Podcast

Jewelry Artist is a new podcast by Interweave. Host Katie Hacker has been in the beading industry for over 15 years. She is currently the editor at Beadwork magazine and the host of the PBS show Beads, Baubles & Jewels. Listen to Katie for advice on selling your jewelry, how to use tools, shopping for jewelry making materials and more.

Jewelry Navigator

Jewelry Navigator Podcast

Graduate Gemologist Brenna Pakes is the voice behind Jewelry Navigator Podcast. Tune in to hear stories from jewelry designers and industry specialists in a relaxed interview style. Topics also include how to support small businesses, discover new designers and her personal jewelry finds.

Thrive by Design

Thrive by Design Podcast

Thrive by Design is put on by Tracy Matthews of Flourish & Thrive Academy. Focusing on ways to build your business from marketing and branding to business plans and financial guidance, this podcast will have quality information for any small jewelry business owner. Tracy shares her own experiences including successes and failures in business. She believes very much in community and loves to interview big players in the jewelry industry.

The Jewelryosophy 360

The Jewelryosophy 360 Podcast

Jewelryosophy hosted by Ayana Miller really focuses on community and networking. From topics about how to grow your business on social media to jewelry photography and getting your collection in stores. This podcast is for jewelers at any stage in their career to receive real life advice from actual jewelry business owners.

Looking for other ways to stay on top of your jewelry news? Check out our list of Jewelry Blogs you should be following!

Co-author: Kelli Vanyek Greene

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