Virtual and In-Person Trade Shows, Events and Conferences for 2021

Discover trailblazing technology, geek out on tools, and be inspired by new possibilities for design and production. We’re excited to connect with you in person and online this year, through demonstrations and dialogue. As our event partners continue to adapt to the changing health conditions, actual dates may vary. Please check the event websites for the most up-to-date information.

JCK: Online and In Person

The JCK ShowPreview important trends and get ideas for keeping your line fresh and original. We’ll demonstrate tools and technologies to bring your vision to life with superior results at every step of the process.

JCK Online


Visit https://www.jckonline.com/ to register.

June 16: New Hydraulic Forming Tools | Watch how to add dimension to your designs in seconds with fluid curves and domed shapes, featuring new Bonny Doon Tru-Shape silhouette dies.

August 20: Mass Finishing for Every Jewelry Business| There’s a mass finishing option for every size of jewelry business, and this webinar will help you identify the optimal equipment and media to save you time and deliver a fantastic finish.

November 3: TBD | See how easy it is to use the DiaCam 360 and GemLightbox to capture and share spectacular photography and videos. Be inspired to elevate your customer consults, social posts and web presence.

JCK Las Vegas, August 27–30


We look forward to seeing you for some exciting demonstrations! To allow plenty of space for safe social distancing practices, we’ll be bringing fewer tools than in years past. Check this space as we continue to update our offerings. Visit lasvegas.jckonline.com/Home/ to register.

Visit JCK.

SNAG Annual Conference, Online Only

June 24–26 •

The Society of North American GoldsmithsMetalsmithing remains at the heart of this annual gathering where jewelers, students and instructors embrace innovation and celebrate tradition. Visit the SNAG homepage for more information.

New Hydraulic Forming Tools | Watch how to add dimension to your designs with fluid curves and domed shapes, featuring new Bonny Doon Tru-Shape silhouette dies.

What Do You Really Need for Engraving? | Rio Grande’s Shane Hendren found his bliss in engraving. Join him for a deep-dive discussion and demonstration of tools and processes.

Enamel Alternatives | See a trio of options from Invicon for adding durable, saturated color with the look and feel of enamel.

Visit Visit the SNAG homepage for more information.

Santa Fe Symposium, In Person

May 22–26, 2022 • Hotel Albuquerque, Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Santa Fe SymposiumThe Santa Fe Symposium pursues innovation across the jewelry industry: technological, operational and experiential. At the Symposium, the industry’s most inquisitive minds come together to present and discuss research, to share expertise, to connect with other professionals—to learn about what’s happening in every corner of this world-wide industry. Make plans now to join us in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and participate in the 34th Santa Fe Symposium. Meet and visit with your colleagues and experts from around the world, enjoy four days of knowledge and networking, build new relationships, and take invaluable information, ideas and know-how back to your business.

Visit www.santafesymposium.org.

Saul Bell Design Award

The Saul Bell Design AwardDue to the impact of COVID-19 we cancelled the 2020 Saul Bell Design Award ceremony, and we have not issued a Call for Entries for this year. In the past, SBDA judges traveled to convene in Albuquerque and the judging took place in close proximity over several hours. We continue to review options to offer a safe competition that will do justice to the hours of work, design innovation and technical excellence that go into your entries. We will share an update with you as soon as we can.

Visit www.saulbellaward.com.

MJSA Expo

Spring 2022 • Javits Center, New York City

MJSA ExpoMJSA Expo is THE show for professional jewelry makers as it has long been the hub for jewelry manufacturers, designers, and trade suppliers and contractors to connect, establish relationships, and learn about the latest industry trends. From its start in 1968, MJSA Expo has evolved to become the trade show dedicated to the best in jewelry-related tools, equipment, supplies and services—and its still showing the path forward.
While at the show, stop by booth 420 to visit Rio Grande.

Visit www.mjsa.org.