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Monica Street is a teaching artist, metalsmith and jeweler. She is the former Vice President of the Seattle Metals Guild. In the past she has taught for the Seattle Public Library, James Washington Foundation, Tacoma Art Museum, BARN, Gage Academy, Danaca Design, NW Rockhounds and Seattle Public Schools at the elementary to high school level.

In 2017 her work was exhibited at the Washington State Convention Center for the SMG Biennial, the Ron Ho Show at POTS Gallery in Fremont and she interned with Catherine Grisez for the Part You public sculpture project at Traver Gallery. She is currently teaching Jewelry Making for Beginners at Pratt Fine Arts Center and North Seattle College. Her work was also chosen for a Director’s Choice Award at the 2019 Pratt Auction. Street works as the Jewelry Lab Technician at North Seattle College and as a freelance metalsmith. She is also apprenticing with bell maker Gordon Barnett of GRB Bells. 

Resume: PDF download
CV: PDF download