The Switchboard Launches Artist-in-Residence Program with Lindsay Jordan Handmade

Looking toward Washington Street from The Switchboard. (Courtesy photograph.)

Lindsay Jordan Handmade, a retailer of handmade jewelry and bags. Kicks off The Switchboard’s “Artist-in-Residence” program, Saturday, April 4, in downtown Haverhill.

Lindsay Jordan Handmade is featured during weekly open studio hours, every Saturday in April, from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., at The Switchboard, 43 Washington St., Haverhill. A pop-up shop is also open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., while Fridays offer “Maker Nights” with the artist from 4-9 p.m.

“Unique design, combined with quality materials, make fabulous jewelry and bags,” says artist Lindsay Jordan, adding, “This philosophy…is reflected in my carefully selected collection of fabric, leather and unique metal jewelry clasps, which I design into handmade accessories that are truly my own- eclectic and fun, yet interesting and classic.”

The Switchboard, co-owned by Hailey Moschella and Sarah LoVasco, provides “Artist-in-Residence” participants with a space to work, exhibit and sell their art; offer classes; and host artist talks for four weeks. There’s a full schedule and more about the Artist-in-Residence program at

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