Ages 18+ / Beginners / Shannon Stockbridge

Learn creative fine metal working through demonstrations and projects geared
toward the beginning jeweler. Techniques include sawing, piercing, texturing,
riveting, chain making, soldering, and bezel-setting cabochon stones. Students
utilize class and lab time to practice techniques and make finished pieces of
jewelry. A starter materials kit can be purchased at the School of Art Reception Desk.

JAN 28 - APR 22
MONDAYS, 6 - 9 p.m.
12 classes / 36 contact hours / AA106-2
Non-member: 380 Member: 360

LOCATION: 1200 State Street, Studio Building, Main Level, Room 250

SAFETY INFO: Please wear closed toe shoes and hair tied back for each class.

Jewelry students have access to designated open lab time on select Saturdays
to continue working independently at no additional cost while enrolled in a
six- or 12-week course. Lab schedules are posted at the beginning of class.

Necessary hand tools & equipment are provided. Students are required to purchase a starter materials kit at the beginning of class, currently $21 plus tax, available at the School of Art reception desk.

All metal needed and some expendable supplies including sandpaper, solder and saw blades are generally available for purchase at the School of Art reception desk. Copper, brass, and sterling silver are available for purchase on a project to project basis. All wire and findings are sterling silver. Varying sizes of material are available and cost is determined by current market value.
Dates:January 28 - April 22, 2019   
Meets:M from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Instructor:Shannon Stockbridge
Fee:$380 Fee Breakdown

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

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