JEWELRY CONSTRUCTION: BEGINNING-ADVANCED (S-1)

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JEWELRY CONSTRUCTION: BEGINNING-ADVANCED (S-1)

365.00

Mary Rogers
All Levels
Monday evening, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
March 27 - May 22
9 weeks

This class covers jewelry construction techniques including: piercing, drilling, soldering, riveting, forging reticulation and roller printing as well as hydraulic forming. Advanced topics may include granulation, jewelry rendering, and blanking. In this class there is a strong emphasis on problem solving which helps students develop a personal design vocabulary. Multi-level classes allow new students to see a variety of advanced techniques and applications. Individualized instruction allows students to progress at their own pace.  

THIS CLASS IS FULL

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FOR THE FIRST SESSION
Instructor Mary Rogers will cover class procedures, safety, and overall expectations.  Along with a presentation of the instructor's portfolio, the class will review the tool list and supplies for future projects. New students will discuss the first project along with a design and introductory demo. Intermediate/Advanced students will go over personal goals and supplies. From the materials list, students are expected to bring at least their saws, sawblades, V-block with clamp and either copper or brass sheet.