Due to the Covid-19 crisis, all workshop registrations will happen online only.
Classes are held in person, in our studios.
Metalsmithing is typically defined as the practice of forming and fabricating metal into jewelry. While most commercial jewelry is crafted in gold, silver, and platinum, in this course you will work in copper, brass and/or silver.
This 5-week class will cover essential metalsmithing skills such as sawing, filing, soldering, and texturing metal. Other jewelry techniques may be covered as well, such as setting a cabochon stone through the use of a bezel setting. Students will then use all of these skills to design and produce finished pieces of wearable jewelry. Instructor: Melanie D. Krauss
Sundays, October 25 – November 22, 2020
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Skill Level: Beginner through Intermediate
Student Age Group: 16 through Adult
Class Size: Minimum 4 / Maximum 6
Tools Required: none
Location: Studio A
Materials Fee: $45 (Please pay to instructor at first class)
$170 Members / $190 Nonmembers