This intensive course offers a comprehensive introduction to jewelry-making for the beginner or self-taught jeweler. The focus will be on developing the basic skills of jewelry fabrication in metal, including soldering, sawing, drilling, filing, sanding and polishing. The additional techniques of chain making, stone setting, hammer finishes and texturing will also be introduced. Through demonstration and hands-on projects, students will develop the preparation for continued craftsmanship. Bring a sketchbook and any previous work to the first class.
Studio Fee: $35
In-Person meetings 1/10-1/14 from 9:00am - 5:00pm EST
All students must provide proof of vaccination immediately after registration by emailing an image of their vaccination card to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students and faculty are required to wear a mask on campus at all times.
● Masks are defined as fabric coverings of the mouth and nose that are independent of use by your hands or arms.
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Supplies provided with additional supplies available for purchase.