Introduction to Jewelry and Metalsmithing, October 2018 Session
This introductory class is perfect for anyone who wants to learn or refresh the fundamental skills involved in making jewelry and metalsmithing. Working primarily in copper, nickel and brass, each student will be guided through the design and fabrication of a piece of jewelry or small metal object of their own design. Skills covered will include sawing, filing, forming, surface textures, soldering with a gas fueled torch, and bezel setting stones. This fun and interactive class will involve many demonstrations and lots of hands on work. This class is limited to eight students. Studio tools and equipment will be available for use.
Five Thursdays, October 21 – November 29, 2018: 6:30 – 9:30 PM
(No class Thanksgiving, November 22. Make up class Thursday, December 6)
All levels are welcomed and no metalworking experience is required (ages 16 and up).
Class Fee: $220
Materials/Supplies: Basic materials included. Silver, stones and additional materials available for purchase.
Instructor: Kim Baxter
(Save 5% on your Class Fee when you register by September 21)