November 13, 2023 Opening - Until Janruary 15,2024

Rebecca Hannon was invited to participate in this work-in-process show.

Still Processing - Pratt Institute

200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NYC

Still Processing is a reflection on the nature of creative practice through the lens of adornment. Through finished works paired with images of process and inspiration, the artist’s vision and exploration provide invaluable insight and tell a deeper story of how objects come into existence.

Juried by Cappy Counard and Lorraine West, this exhibition showcases SNAG’s diverse membership: in materials and aesthetics, levels of experience and background.

Select pieces will be on view November 13-19, 2023 at Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY, during New York City Jewelry Week. Opening reception: November 13, 6:30-8:30pm ET.

  • The online exhibition and sale, featuring work by 144 artists will be available on this page November 15, 2023-January 15, 2024. Below is a preview of some of the pieces.



November 15-017, 2023

Rebecca Hannon was invited to participate in this exhibition put on by the Illias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum

Work presented by Rebecca was made during an artist residiency at the Illias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum, Athens during the summer of 2022

A History of Revolutions

Consulate General of Greece, 69 East 79th Street NYC

Jewelry artists from Greece and the United States – 21 in all – unite in one exhibition with unique works inspired by past and present remnants of revolutions across the globe. A History of Revolutions, organized by the Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum (ILJM), runs at the Consulate General of Greece in New York, 69 East 79th Street, during New York City Jewelry Week with opening day on Wednesday, November 15. A Director’s Tour is scheduled for Thursday, November 16, and an Awareness Day on Friday, November 17.

The ILJM is a hub for preserving traditional crafts and promoting new jewelry making. This venture ensures not only the collaboration among the Museum with academic organizations and artists in the U.S., but also allows for further developing the educational programs running in Athens for the American community.

Participating artists- Greek Studio Jewelers: Maria Apostolopoulou – Nikos Karakostas, Sophia Bahlava – Vasilis Stamoulis, Dolly Boucoyannis, Tassa-Theoharis Ganidou, Tasos Haidemenakis, Maria Koutmani, Maria Lalaouni, Nicole Polentas, Niki Stylianou, Yannis Tsalapatis, Yiota Vogli, Elli Xippa, and Sofia Zarari.

USA Studio Jewelers: Mara Colecchia, Rebecca Hannon, Ayala Naphtali, Carolanne Patterson, Debra Rapoport, Amanda Stumpf, Demitra Thomloudis, Heather White, and Marilyn Yakumithis



September 13, 2021

Rebecca is exhibited in this Group Show at Siat Gallery, Seoul, Korea



SIAT GALLERY is thrilled to present a pop-up exhibition Providence from September 1st to September 13th, featuring six talented contemporary jewelry artists: Yong Joo Kim, Sooyeon Kim, Joohyung Park, Rebecca Hannon, Lauren Tickle and Mallory Weston. The exhibition will showcase around 60 artworks in various formats.

The title of this exhibition, Providence, has two meanings.First, the word “providence” means foreseeing care, protection, and guidance. It can be seen as God’s guidance and care for human beings and the universe or as the laws of nature governing the events of the world.

Second, Providence is the state capital of Rhode Island and is one of the oldest cities in the United States. Prestigious schools such as the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and Brown University are also located in Providence.

The history behind the city’s name is in fact a product of the first definition. In 1636, Roger Williams, a Reformed minister and a religious exile from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, founded the city we now call “Providence.” He named the area in honor of God, who in his merciful act of providence revealed a haven for him and his followers.

Providence, which has been a sanctuary and a new way forward for many, is a special place for the six participating artists and the director of Siat Gallery. At different times, they each lived in the city and studied Jewelry and Metals at RISD. The time they spent at Providence helped them embark on a new journey as artists and offered future directions. Today, many years after graduating from RISD, their paths cross once again at this exhibition, perhaps under the act of providence.

In 2021, we are living in unprecedented times, facing challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis, wars, and poverty. Just as Roger Williams found a new shelter at Providence, Siat Gallery’s Providence aspires to serve as an oasis of solace amid the surrounding uncertainties and offer hope in the guidance of providence.


Malong197 B1F 827-13 Yeoksamdong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul





March 1-April 24, 2021


Rebecca is exhibited in this Group Show in Sydney, Nova Scotia



Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design, in collaboration with Parks Canada, is pleased to announce the opening of Ground Rules: The Before and After, an exciting collaborative exhibition based on an experiential learning residency program in Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

The four-day residency program took place in spring 2019, in the spectacular Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Fourteen Nova Scotia artists with diverse backgrounds explored new ideas inspired by the natural landscapes of the Highlands, while interacting with scientists, park interpreters and creative leaders.

The Ground Rules residency provided participating artists with the opportunity to explore new ideas and ways of working in their medium, connect to their individual heritage and discover how scientific processes shape the natural world.


Ground Rules: The Before and After will be on display at the Centre’s Loft from March 1 – April 24, 2021.

For more information, contact 902-270-7491 or INFO@CAPEBRETONCRAFT.COM.



Saltwire article: Cape Breton Highlands experience displayed in art form at centre



March 2021

Rebecca Hannons work was shown in CountryLiving Magazine


CountryLiving Magazine




November 13-16, 2018

Rebecca Hannon was invited to participate in this Group Show/Sale

Earrings Galore

171 Elizabeth Street, NoLita, NYC



November 1-4, 2018

Rebecca Hannon work will be at SOFA Chicago 2018, Represented by Gallerie Noelguyomarch



September – 18th November 2018

Rebecca Hannon was invited to participate in this Group Show

With other EyesEnamel and Photography




October to December, 2018


Rebecca will be in this Group Show in Munich



  und Arbeiten von

Marta Caradec, Dominique Denou, Ulrike Gasteiger, Willi Haas, Rebecca Hannon, Renate Höning,
Constanze Kirmse, Hildegard Kirmse, Dirk Klose, Tom Kristen, B.Lynch, Heike Pillemann, Renée Stegmüller, 
Ulrike Tressi sowie Gabi Green

10 Jahre Studio Gabi Green

und laden Sie dazu herzlich ein.

Vernissage am Freitag, 19.Oktober 2018, 18 Uhr
  Dauer der Ausstellung bis 23.Dezember 2018

Am Freitag, 23.11.2018, 18 Uhr, laden wir Sie ein zu SALAMDERSBAD, einer Installation von R. Pollack.

Studio Gabi Green
Gollierstraße 17 
089 54030254

Öffnungszeiten: Mi - Fr 14 - 18 Uhr, Sa 11 - 13 Uhr und n.V.

June 1- July 30, 2018

Rebecca Hannon will be the Artist in Residence at the prestigious Jakob Bengel-Foundation

Idar Oberstein, Germany

The Jakob Bengel-Foundation in cooperation with the Trier University of Applied Sciences invites jewellery artists as "Artists in Residence" into the historical "bijoux and clock chain factory Jakob Bengel". They reflect the atmosphere of the factory and the omnipresent world of gemstones of Idar Oberstein in their work developed during their residency. The residency should take at least 4 and at the most 12 weeks.

It is expected that the Artists in Residence:

  • will leave a piece of jewellery for the collection of the city of Idar-Oberstein,
  • are available for a public lecture/discussion meeting as well as for a workshop in the university,
  • will have a presentation of a small body of work during their residency.


Rebecca posted a blog of the experience at:



July, 2018

Conversation Starter

Studio 21 Fine Art Gllery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Rebecca was invited to participate in this Co-Adorn Art Jewellery Society’s inaugural juried members’ exhibition, Conversation Starter will be held at Studio 21 Fine Art from 8 June to 5 July 2018. 

Co-Adorn recognizes, and has formed as a response to, the immense creative talent within the province. Conversation Starter is an opportunity to introduce Co-Adorn Art Jewellery Society, the work of its members and the discipline of art jewellery to Nova Scotia.


February 22, 2018

Lecture: Wingate Lecture series

Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine

Rebecca was in Residence at Maine College of Art, leading workshops with students, in addition to being a Guest Speaker in the Windgate Lecture Series


July 21, 2017

Rebecca Hannon is having a Solo Show at:

Hudson, New York

Can jewelry save your life? Not likely, but it does provide vital information, insight into our true selves, and perhaps hope for the future. Bold, graphic works in this series reflect Rebecca Hannon’s preoccupation with dazzle camouflage, warning coloration found in nature and secret languages associated with chroma. Come see new neckpieces, earrings and a brooch! Opening reception this Saturday from 6-8pm at Oranmentum Gallery, 506 Warren St. 
Hudson, NY 12534. Exhibition runs until: August 7th.



May 2017

Rebecca Hannon was selected to participate in the Open Studio Residency

Haystack, Dear Island Maine

Haystack’s two-week Open Studio Residency kicks off our summer season of programs in June. The residency is designed to foster artistic exploration at the highest level, and those selected attend for free.

Haystack’s Open Studio Residency fosters a dynamic exchange of ideas among peers and provides two weeks of studio time and an opportunity to work in a supportive community of makers. The program accommodates approximately 50 participants—from the craft field and other creative disciplines—who have uninterrupted time to work in six studios (ceramics, fiber, graphics, iron, jewelry, and wood) to develop ideas and experiment in various media. Participants can choose to work in one particular studio or move among them depending on the nature of their work. All of the studios are staffed by technicians who can assist with projects. 



May 8 - June 17, 2017

Rebecca Hannon is having a Spotlight Show at:

Rebecca Hannon creates colorful, sculptural necklaces in complex interlocking forms. This new series in inspired by folk art picture frames. Models are first made in cardboard and then transformed in formica.

A graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Hannon worked as a goldsmith for five years in New York City before attending the Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste in Munich, Germany on a Fulbright scholarship. Five years later she returned to North America and currently teaches, lectures and has her own workshop.

Her work can be found in public and private collections internationally. In her work, she strives to create evocative objects that double as fine souvenirs. Place and time are documented through the process of making. A fleeting memory, a lost bauble or an everyday object are refashioned to create a small celebratory ornament.

The perception of pattern on form is the focus of my current work. A historical system of protective ship coloration called “Dazzle Camouflage” inspires my recent line of inquiry. Dazzle Camouflage was used on WWI warships, and never sought to conceal as a traditional camouflage pattern would, rather to confuse. The angular forms painted on a hull represented a 2D flattened ship, with a heightened perspective, that gave the appearance of traveling in a different direction. Dazzle caused “visual disruption” and confused estimates of speed and direction (necessary for launching a torpedo.)

My current research is called “Contemporary Camouflage” and asks questions of how we conceal or reveal ourselves, as is often the case in the animal kingdom. (Coloration and mimicry in nature influenced early ideas about camouflaging in the theatre of war). My adornment can fade into the stripey blouse you are wearing, or jump out like a rosy wine stain. Choices made about signs and symbols give insight into our true selves. The work I make embodies a hope that it will journey into the world, to set a small fleet of wearers adrift with a sense of joy and possibilities for the future.



March 8 - March 12, 2017

Rebecca Hannon is included in the Group Show Mixed Greens, in Munich

Munich 2017




March, 2017

Rebecca was invited to have her work included at this years show. Rebecca will be attending this years show in Munich.

Internationale Handwerkmesse Munich


SCHMUCK is an exhibition with international steel power. More than 700 goldsmiths and jewellery designers from all continents have applied to be part of the renowned special exhibition at the Internationale Handwerksmesse in Munich. "The amount of applications alone shows how esteemed this special exhibition on contemporary jewellery is and how much significance is ascribed to it globally," says Wolfgang Lösche from the Chamber of Crafts for Munich and Upper Bavaria, manager of the special exhibition SCHMUCK. 


December, 2016

Interview in Art Jewelry Forum


Art Jewelry Forum: Full Interview



November 4, 2016

Lecture: Breaking New Ground

SOFA, Chicago

Rebecca's new work will be represented at SOFA by:

Gallerie Noel Guyomarc'h

Montreal, Canada


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SOFA - Chicago


Rebecca's new work will be represented at SOFA by:

Gallerie Noel Guyomarc'h

Montreal, Canada


Rebecca will also deliver a new talk on her current research.





September - October, 2016

Solo Show - Contempory Camoflage

Rebecca will have a Solo Show at:

Gallerie Noel Guyomarc'h

Montreal, Canada




Sept 1, 2016

Artist Lecture - Ecole de Joaillerie

Montreal, Canada

Rebecca gave her Artist talk at the Ecole de Joailerie de Monteral, September 1at 6:00 pm.  Free


June 14, 2016

Artist Lecture - Gerrit Rietveld Academie

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Rebecca will be giving her Artist talk at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, June 14th at 6:00 pm.  Free


May 15 - July 1, 2016

Solo Show - acher de ramen (behind the windows)

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Rebecca's work was presented in the window gallery of the Stiching Francoise van den Bosch Foundation. With the window presentation taking the form of a children's flip book, the jewelry that was created during her Amsterdam Residency was included in the show, forming an ever changing display.



May 2016 - June 2016

Artist Residency

Rebecca was this years recipient of the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation:

Artist in Residence for 2016

She will spend 2 months in Amsterdam, Netherlands

"This year we received numerous submissions from, among other countries, Argentina, South-Korea, Italy, Romania, France, Germany and Australia. As Artist in Residence 2016, the foundation welcomes the American jewellery designer Rebecca Hannon. Like Sidney Caldwell Deaghlan (2011), Tracy Steepy (2012), Tota Reciclados (2013), Anna-Maria Saar (2014) and Moniek Schrijer (2015), Rebecca will live and work for two months (May/June 2016) in Studio Rian de Jong. After spending several months in India and San Francisco, she will use her time in Amsterdam to develop her research on craft and sustainable digital manufacturing into a body of work."



March 30 2016

Artist Lecture - Academy of Art University

San Francisco, California

Rebecca will be giving her Artist talk "Paradise" at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco, Wednesday night 7:00 pm.  Free

" Paradise"

Contemporary jeweller Rebecca Hannon will give an artist talk revealing her fascination with travel, materials and evolving digital technologies. Pieces of European photos give way to hand molded Tapa cloth in Polynesia and finally laser-cut Laminate in Canada. This presentation is an exploration of an evolving artistic practice in response to place, emergent avenues for making, and the search for paradise.



March 9. 2016

Artist Talk - California College of the Arts


San Francisco, California

Contemporary jeweller Rebecca Hannon will give an artist talk revealing her fascination with travel, materials, and evolving digital technologies. Pieces of European photos give way to hand-molded Tapa cloth in Polynesia and finally laser-cut Laminate in Canada.

This presentation is an exploration of an evolving artistic practice in response to place, emergent avenues for making, and the search for paradise.



January 2016 - April 2016

Artist Residency - Tech Shop San Francisco

Rebecca was this years recipient of this Artist in Residency:

She will spend 3 months in San Francisco, California

Rebecca will be researching new technologies in relationship to her artist practice.



November 6-8, 2016

SOFA - Chicago

Rebecca was represented at SOFA Chicago by Gallerie Noel Guyomarc'h:


November 2015

Artist Talk

ARCH Academy of Design

Jaipur, India

Rebecca gave an Artist Talk to the Jewelry Department

The ARCH Academy of Design was set up in the year 2000 under the management of the Arch Educational Society to impart industrially & globally relevant, specialized Education in Design. The Institution has developed as a centre of excellence in learning and innovation, and over the last fourteen years, has trained more than 6000 professionals and entrepreneurs from across the country.

The ARCH Academy of Design has a strong International representation, with students from several countries like Sweden, Spain, Kuwait, the United Kingdom, the USA, Nepal, Iran, Canada, Korea, Japan, and Dubai etc. who have, at one time or the other, chosen to study here.



October 2015

Artist Talk

National Institute of Fashion Design

Bhubaneswar, India

Rebecca gave an Artist Talk to the Fashion and Apparel Departments

National Institute of Fashion Technology, Bhubaneswar stands as a pioneer of fashion training and research. The institute offers Bachelor of Design in Textile Design and Master of Fashion Management Studies.



October 2015 - November, 2015

Artist Residency

Raghurajpur International Art/Craft Exchange

Rebecca concluded a 5 week long Artist Residency at

The artist village of Ragurajapur, India

The Raghurajpur International Art/Craft Exchange (RIA/CE) is an opportunity for contemporary/conceptual artists to exchange ideas and skills with the traditional/craftspeople of Orissa, India.

Weekly art celebrations will be held to display and present the creative results of this artistic exchange. Interaction and collaboration is encouraged. Raghurajpur includes numerous display and performance spaces including an outdoor amphitheater, a river, ponds, jungle, and groves of ancient trees.



September 2015

Artist Talk

Visva-Bharati University

Santiniketan, West Bengal, India

Rebecca gave an Artist Talk to the Jewelery Department

Visva-Bharati University is one of India's major Fine Art universities. It was founded by Rabindranath Tagore who called it Visva Bharati, which means the communion of the world with India..



Through September 3, 2015

Group Show

Opening and Artist Reception, Thursday, July 9th, 6-8pm 

Rebecca's work is included in this show.

rr 30

Founded in 1985, Reinstein|Ross, Goldsmiths is proud to be celebrating our 30th Anniversary. In our 30 year history, we have been privileged to work with exceptional goldsmiths. This wealth of talent has helped us sustain our high standards of workmanship and quality. And given this history, we have decided that there is no better way of celebrating our anniversary than to present the independent work of goldsmiths  who have been a part of Reinstein|Ross. This exhibition features the work of Goldsmiths whose jewelry can be found in museums, retail stores, galleries and private collections around the globe. The style of their work varies greatly, spanning the worlds of fine jewelry, fashion jewelry and art jewelry. Materials range from gold and diamonds, to silver, laminate, and even beautifully manipulated  paper currency. The only string that connects their work is the high quality of their design and craftsmanship, and the fact that we can call them part of our RR family.



July 2015

Publication Article

Inform Magazine


Rebecca Hannon

Rebecca HannonLaminat ist ein Oberflächenmaterial, das aus mehreren miteinander verklebten Schichten besteht. Jeder von uns kennt laminierte Oberflächen von Zuhause – sei es in der Küche, im Bad oder auf dem Boden. Dank Rebecca Hannon brilliert Laminat auch als Schmuck am Körper. Sie beweist mit ihrer Arbeit, dass Schmuck seinen Wert nicht zwingend aus teuren Materialien beziehen muss. Rebecca Hannon ist bekannt als experimentelle Künstlerin, eine, die nicht stillstehen kann, sich immer weiter entwickeln will. Neugierig und voller Begeisterung ist sie ständig auf der Jagd nach unkonventionellen Materialien und Techniken, mit denen sie neue Idee generieren und ausdrücken kann. 
Rebecca Hannon spielt mit Laminat, als wäre es buntes Papier. Ausgeschnittene Formen, übereinander, nebeneinander, ineinander, wirken zufällig in ihrer Anordnung, sind aber sehr sorgfältig artikuliert und interagieren frisch und mutig mit dem menschlichen Körper. 
In ihrer Laminat-Serie spiegeln sich die heiteren Farben der Häuser von Nova Scotia (Kanada) wieder. Ihre Kompositionen sind leicht und fröhlich bunt. Die Farben versetzen einen zurück in die Kindheit, erinnern an Collagen mit Papier, an Miro und Matisse und machen einfach nur Freude. 

Bruna Hauert



August 10 - August 14, 2015


Lunenburg School of the Arts: Summer Workshop

Innovative Processes and Materials for


Rebecca will be teaching this workshop in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

During this 1-week intensive jewellery “boot camp” you will be immersed in learning about resin casting, mold-making, inlay techniques and beyond, as they relate to contemporary jewellery. Plastics bring long wearing ‘pops’ of color to your jewellery. Artist Rebecca Hannon has researched innovative uses of plastics in tandem with traditional goldsmithing techniques for the past 15 years. Skills acquired during this fast paced week include silicon mold making, resin coloring and casting, micro-mosaics and rhinestone inlay, plexi-glass forming and cold connections to tie it all together. Come learn about the myriad possibilities of plastic and go home with a finished piece. All levels welcome.


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Educational Endowment

Emerging/Mid-Career Artist Scholarship

Rebecca is a proud recipient of this 2015 SNAG Scholarship

At the SNAG conference in Boston we announced the six recipients of the 2015 Educational Endowment Scholarships.

Three are given to students, and three to emerging and mid-career artists. These are SNAG's most highly competitive scholarship awards


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Through June 21, 2015

Design Miami/Basel : Booth G31



Rebecca's work is included in this show.

showing international works by:
David Clarke, Jantje Fleischhut, Karl Fritsch, Rebecca Hannon, John Iversen, Jiro Kamata, Jaydan Moore, Ted Noten, Annelies Planteydt, Gerd Rothmann, Philip Sajet, Giovanni Sicuro, Terhi Tolvanen, Petra Zimmermann

For more information about visiting the fair, please contact us or visit

Hall 1 Süd, Messe Basel, Messeplatz
Basel, Switzerland

Rebecca is represented by:

Ornamentum Gallery
506 Warren St
Hudson, NY 12534


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April - May, 2015

Artist Residency

Visual Arts Residency

Rebecca concluded a month long Artist Residency at

The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta

The Banff Centre is the largest arts and creativity incubator on the planet. Our mission is inspiring creativity. Over 8,000* artists, leaders, and researchers from across Canada and around the world participate in programs at The Banff Centre every year. Through its multidisciplinary programming, The Banff Centre provides them with the support they need to create, to develop solutions, and to make the impossible possible. Rebecca continued her research into "Dazzle Camouflage", and how 2D pattern affects 3D form.


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January 25 - July 5, 2015

Racine Art Museum

New Acquisitions: Contemporary Jewelry

Rebecca's work is included in this show. Titled Houses, 2004, Gift of Gail M. Brown. 

Contemporary art jewelry often investigates cultural, social, personal, and environmental topics. RAM’s holdings in art jewelry—with examples from artists across the globe and at varying stages in their careers—are growing rapidly. This exhibition celebrates recent gifts from a handful of dedicated collectors and donors.  A special feature of this exhibition is a concentrated look at the work of several artists that RAM is collecting in-depth. Artists such as Terri Gelenian-Wood, Eleanor Moty, and Harold O’Connor are represented in the museum’s collection by multiple works with new gifts joining examples already in RAM’s holdings.



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February 4, 2015 - February 24, 2015
Lecture: Wednesday, February 4 at 5:00 PM
Reception: Wednesday, February 4 at 4:00 PM

Outer Limits

City Centre 1420 Fifth Ave. Seattle WA  

Rebecca's work is included in this exhibition

Orbital by nature, jewelry art lives on the body. Jewelry art invites comment. Jewelry art says, "Howdy!". It is with pleasure that Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery offers Outer Limits, an exhibition of jewelry art that is as playful as it is avant-garde. The work plays with peripheries - pushing the boundaries of art, design and fashion.

Artist List: 
Jana Brevick, David Choi, Rebecca Hannon, Arthur Hash, Shayna Illingworth, Tia Kramer, emiko oye, Rachelle Thiewes and Myung Urso.


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September 14 - December 40, 2014

Ho Ho Ho

Galerie für zeitgenössischen Schmuck
Bruna Hauert, Neumarkt 22, CH-8001 Zürich


Rebecca's work is included in this exhibition

In der Weihnachtszeit eröffnen wir gleich zwei Ausstellungen bei Friends of Carlotta, zu denen wir Sie herzlich einladen:

Für unsere Weihnachtsausstellung Ho!Ho!Ho! haben wir wieder eine besondere Auswahl aussergewöhnlicher Kunstwerke von den besten Schmuckdesignerinnen und Schmuckdesignern aus aller Welt nach Zürich geholt: Hier finden Sie die allerschönsten Stücke zum Schenken, Wünschen und Überraschen, mit denen Sie Ihre Lieben - und sich selbst – glücklich machen werden. Und das ganz entspannt und ohne Weihnachtsstress.

Wir freuen uns, mit Ihnen am 29. November ab 12h die Eröffnung der Ho!Ho!Ho! zu feiern.


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a juried exhibition in print

Exhibition in Print

Metalsmith Magazine VOL 34 NO 4

Rebecca's work is included in this exhibition - "Animal Instincts"

The Exhibition in Print this year is "Animal Instincts," a glorious menagerie of animal themed work. The engaging selection was juried in by jeweler David Bielander; metalsmith and enamelist David C. Freda; and jeweler and writer Bruce Metcalf. This issue also includes a moving essay by guest author, Akiko Busch, on the associations and roles that animals have in our lives, and the importance of our relationships with members of other species. 


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September 4, 2014

Wear It Loud

Gallerie Reinsten/Ross

30 Gansevoort st, New York City

Rebecca's work is included in this exhibition

New Jewellery and Fashion show opening at the new Reinsten/Ross Gallery in the Meatpacking District- Thursday Sept. 4th at 6:00pm



August 2, 2014 - August, 2015

An Archive of Beautiful Memories

a public art project with artist Alexandra Emberley

Rebecca's 8 porcelean sculptures are included in this project

Various locations, Point Pleasent Park, Halifax Nova Scotia


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Alumni of Professor Künzli, Akademie der Bildenden Künste München

A necklace for Otto Künzli

Chain with 88 Jumprings made for Otto Künzli 2014

Rebecca contributed a link to this chain for her former professor who is retiring.

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May 13, 2014 - September 14, 2015

Rebecca will be attending the opening May 13th.

Rebecca's work will be included in this Group Show

Museum of Art and Design
2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019

Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography

Multiple Exposures: Jewelry and Photography is the first museum exhibition to explore the dynamic art created when studio jewelry and photography combine in surprising and compelling forms. The resulting designs explore personal, artistic, cultural and political issues. From the historic to the technologically advanced, the sum of these photo-jewelry designs is ultimately more than the parts and the work included in the exhibition is vitally contemporary.

The six exhibition themes reveal the creativity and technical mastery of 80 jewelry artists from 30 countries as they explore familiar forms and invent new ones: Portraiture in jewelry is age old, but “Saving Face” explores new representations of people and psychological states; "The Body in Play" presents digitally manipulated and fractured imagery of the human body; "Remembered Places, Imagined Spaces" reimagines city and country landscapes; in "Appropriation and Pastiche" artists hijack and transform iconic imagery from art history, popular culture and film; dismantled camera components provide the ingredients in "Displaced Lenses/Orphaned Apertures: Apparatus as Art" in imaginative and unexpectedly wearable pieces of jewelry; "Beyond Wearability" defies expectations of the functions and conventions of jewelry with visually stimulating and technologically advanced photographic and video works.

To unite the contemporary works with historical antecedents, Multiple Exposures also includes an introductory section that incorporates early daguerreotypes, tintypes, and albumen silver prints as they appeared in lockets, brooches, bracelets and other objects as relics, keepsakes, and signs of devotion.

Multiple Exposures is organized by Ursula Ilse-Neuman, Curator of Jewelry at the Museum of Arts and Design.

Group Show


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Opening May 22, 2014


Rebecca's work will be included in this Group Show

Montreal Musuem of Fine Arts
380, Sherbrooke Street West 
Montreal (Québec) H3G 1J5

At the

Design Lab
Liliane and David M. Stewart Pavilion
3410 du Musée avenue

Remarkable Contemporary Jewellery

The exhibition showcases the work of some thirty Quebec and international artists whose creations testify to the richness of the practice. Aspiring to reinvent it, they have developed new interpretations and ways of making jewellery.

Group Show




March 28-30 2014

Presenter, Maker Symposium 

Rebecca will give a presentation on Material Matters, digital fabrication 9:00 am, Sunday March 30

Seaport Maker Symposium Speaker Series - Material Matters


Contemporary jeweller Rebecca Hannon will give an artist talk revealing her fascination with travel, materials and evolving digital technologies. Pieces of European photos give way to hand molded Tapa cloth in Polynesia and finally laser-cut Laminate in Canada. This presentation is a exploration of an evolving artistic practice in response to place, and new digital avenues for making.

Halifax, Nova Scotia



February 13-23 2014

Modernism Week 

Modernism Week is an annual celebration of mid-century modern design, architecture, art, fashion, and culture. This exciting conference takes place in the Palm Springs area of Southern California.

Rebecca will attended the 2014 Modernism Week

Palm Springs, California



March 19-22 2014


Naional Council on Education of Ceramic Arts

Material World

Rebecca will attended the 2014 NCECA Conference

Milwaukee, WI



Volume 1 2014

Exhibition Review

Metalsmith Magazine





February 28, March 15, 2014

Ring Re::Form

Circle Craft Gallery

Granville Island, Vancouver

Rebecca's work will be included in this Group Show




Book Release: February 2014

Patina by Matthew Runfola

Rebecca's work is featured in this new book.


August 17-18, 2013

October 23-27 2013

Rebecca Hannon - Artist Talk, Jewelry Workshops and Panel Discussion

Selkirk College – Kootenay Studio Arts,

Nelson, British Columbia


Artist Talk - Saturday October 26

Material Matters: Contemporary jeweller Rebecca Hannon will give an artist talk revealing her fascination with travel, materials and evolving digital technologies. Pieces of European photos give way to hand molded Tapa cloth in Polynesia and finally laser-cut laminate in Canada. This presentation is an exploration of an evolving artistic practice in response to place, and new avenues for making.

Workshops October 23-24


Kootenay Studio Arts at Selkirk College in Nelson is bringing in Rebecca Hannon for a 1 ½ day workshop for KSA jewelry students on creating jewelry from plastic laminate. A limited number of additional spaces may be available to KSA Jewelry Alumni.

Pre-registration is required. For more information,

please call KSA at Selkirk College: 250-352-2914

Plastic Laminate Intensive
Wednesday, October 23: 2-5pm and Thursday, October 24: 10am-5pm
Participants: Jewelry students
Maximum number of participants: 15
Location: Jewelry studio, KSA, 606 Victoria Street, Nelson

Paper Model Making
Friday, October 25: 1-4pm
Participants: Blacksmithing, Ceramics, Jewelry and Textiles students
Maximum number of participants: 20
Location: Room 311, KSA, 606 Victoria Street, Nelson

Panel Discussion - Sunday October 27

Craft and Marketing Panel Discussion, facilitated by Sarah Alford. Whether one-of-a-kind or production work, marketing seems to be something that one can never, ever do well enough. Some questions considered: What are the particular challenges in marketing one-of-a-kind-work, and/or craft work that also functions as sculpture? Is this a place where the marketing of production work and the marketing of fine art blend together? One-of-a-kind, fine craft seems to inhabit a space between the way a so-called artist markets her work, and the way someone in production markets her work. In what ways do pop up shops, etsy and kickstarter etc. seem to present both opportunities and threats to our individual practices? Will more opportunities for marketing and selling online mean work in more homes, instead of galleries? Is that a good thing?


NSCAD Workshop

August 10, 2013 Halifax, Nova Scotia

Plastic Laminate Intensive

Bring vibrant, long-wearing pops of color into you jewelry! In this weekend workshop we will learn how to alter and connect colored sheet plastics in our work. We will create Venetian-inspired micro-mosaics with Colorcore sheet, saw and rivet bold Formica elements and dye, bend, and engrave Plexi-glass. Course is open for beginner to advanced students.

Registration and withdrawal deadline: August 10, 2013

Course Code:
ESJW-0114 [Register Online]
Rebecca Hannon
H119, 5163 Duke Street



August / September Issue 2013

Feature Article

American Craft Magazine

The Art of Reinvention




Sunday August 4 , 2013.

Artist Talk and workshop

Brooklyn Metalworks


https://bkmetalworks.com/2013/07/26/artist-talk-and-demo-with-rebecca-hannon/ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

July 7 , 2013

Artist Interview


Rebecca Hannon’s work, at Jewelers’Werk Galerie in Washington, DC this month, is a fascinating study of the relationship of gender roles to jewelry as well as a study in scale and materiality. Her residency on a French Polynesian island allowed for some really innovative jewelry.




May 15 through May 18, 2013

SNAG’s 42nd Annual Conference

Rebecca will attend the 2013 SNAG Conference

Toronto, Canada


Febuary 27- March 3, 2013.

NORTON Museum of Art

Bijoux, a special benefit at the Norton Museum of Art, Palm Springs, Florida.





June 28 - July 21, 2013

Solo Show / New Work

Solo Exhibition at Jewelerswerk Gallerie in Washington DC, June 2013.
A new body of work will be exhibited exploring the roles of gender in personal adornment. The pieces are “ghosts” made in response to a 3-month artist residency on the French Polynesian Island of Hiva Oa.

Jewelerswerk Galerie 3319 Cadys Aly NW Washington, DC 20007-3590, United States (202) 337-3319 https://www.jewelerswerk.com



March 2012

Schmuck 2012, 53rd Special Jewellery Show

Rebecca was selected as one of the 65 jewelers invited to this years exhibition.

Rebecca was in Munich to attend the opening.

14th until 20th March 2012

64th International Trade Fair Munich

This special exhibition is the eldest exhibition of contemporary jewellery work in the world.

It takes place since 1959 every year during the International Trade Fair in March.





November - December 2011

From Minimal to Bling: Contemporary Studio Jewelry
November 4 – December 30, 2011

The Society of Arts & Crafts
175 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116
phone: 617-266-1810

The exhibition will present the best of contemporary American studio jewelry and demonstrate the range of conceptual and technical approaches being employed by 30 invited artists. Curated every other year, this will be the third iteration of From Minimal to Bling.



December 2011

Rebecca received a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Grant from NSCAD University for continued research into Ceramics


November 2011

SOFA Chicago
November 4 – 6, 2011

Ornamentum 506 Warren Street Hudson, NY 12534

booth number 501



October 2011

Nocturne Halifax / Art at Night

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic 1675 Lower Water St. Museum

Isolation - The Museum and NSCAD art students will once again be working together for thisyear’s Nocturne Festival. Whether it was manning a lonely lighthouse, or taking a cramped journey across the vast Atlantic Ocean, isolation has been a common theme found in our Maritime history.

The work of Rebecca Hannon's first year arts students interpreting that theme will be displayed.


September 2011


Toronto, October 1 - 2, 2011

Arta Gallery - Toronto's Distillery District

Opening Reception: Saturday October 1, 7PM - 3AM

Collaboration : Arianne Pollet-Brannen & Rebecca Hannon

Curator : https://www.thomsokoloski.com/FuturismTodayorNOT.html


July 2011

Workshop : 92nd Street Y

Lexington Avenue at 92nd St New York City

Rebecca Hannon - Ceramics techniques for Jewelers

Learn innovative new ceramics techniques for jewelry such as "Keraflex" porcelain paper, an extremely thin flexible material that can be folded like paper, then fired to become translucent porcelain.

Direct small-scale clay work as well as porcelain slip casting. Surface treatments such as glazing, printer techniques and decals are also covered, as well as innovative connection systems between ceramics and metals.

Class meets Mon-Fri, 10 am-4 pm, July 18-22, 2011



June 2011

Solo Show

Paul Gauguin Cultural Center

Atouna, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands, French Polynisia



March - June 2011

Artist in Residence

Paul Gauguin Cultural Center

Atouna, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands, French Polynesia


December 2010

Postcard Invitation Image

Group Show : New work by 50 jewellery artists

Gallery Noel Guyomarc’h 137 avenue Laurier Ouest, Montréal (Québec),H2T 2N6

Téléphone : 514-840-9362 https://www.galerienoelguyomarch.com/

28 novembre 2010—29 janvier 2011


October 2010

Postcard Invitation image

Group Show : The Plastics Show at Velvet da Vinci Gallery
Celebrating 500 Plastic Jewelry Designs

October 1 — October 31, 2010

2015 Polk Street San Francisco CA



October 2010

Nocturne Halifax / Art at Night

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic 1675 Lower Water St. Museum

Student Work



July 2010

solo show

Black, White & Red All Over

Ornamentum Gallery 506½ Warren St. Hudson, NY 12534 tel 518.671.6770 fax 518.822.9819 https://www.ornamentumgallery.com




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