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10 week courses for beginning and advanced students.
Materials Provided. Free open studio.
Worried about missing a class with your busy schedule? We're flexible. Students who miss a class are invited attend any equivalent class on the schedule.
Courses for beginners.
Or for those with a little experience.
Scroll down for a list of advanced classes.
THE COMPLETE METALSMITH
This 10 week course is designed for the beginning metalsmith with little or no experience. We provide the materials. Throughout the course you will create one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces while learning to saw, drill, sand and polish metal as well as set stones, texture/patina, form, use cold connections and torch solder. This will enable you to create a variety of rings, cuffs, bangles, necklaces, earrings and pendants as well as sculptural objects. The second half of the course expands to cover one of the most essential aspects of metalsmithing; stone setting (bezels, prongs & more). The course will also cover advanced soldering, hollow forming, enameling and instructor guided work with silver/gold. Free open studio access is included with the course Monday - Saturday.
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Intermediate/Advanced classes are geared towards students who have previous metalsmithing experience. Before you consider one of these courses, we recommend you have had at least two classes here or elsewhere.
Courses are 10 weeks. Free open studio Mon.-Sat., 12-6. Materials provided.
These classes will focus on design and development of more advanced technical skills. Students will have the opportunity to work more independently on projects and receive individualized attention. This class will fine-tune your existing skills while exploring new techniques and projects. Work at your own pace while becoming inspired by class demonstrations. Design, craftsmanship and refining techniques will be explored as well as soldering tips & solutions will be demonstrated.