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Jewelry

Make jewelry and learn metalworking techniques, enameling, wax modeling, and more.

Spring Semester begins April 7.
Early Registration Discount: Register by February 23 to receive a $5 DISCOUNT on class tuition.
On-Time Registration: February 24 - March 30
Late Registration: Beginning  March 31 a $10 LATE FEE will be applied to class tuition.


ATTENTION MEMBERS: If you joined or renewed your Membership by phone, mail or in person, you will need to activate your Online Membership with the Art Center to receive the Member Discount on classes. Please call 908.273.9121 to activate your Membership. (Those who have joined or renewed through our website do not need to call.)



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0400
Jewelry
All Levels
Class
Tuesday
Member:
$295 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


Non Member:
$325 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


10-week course  
Class Held: 4/8/2014 - 6/10/2014
Day(s)/Timing : Tuesday  9:30AM - 12:00PM
Season: Spring - 2014  
This class is full. Please contact the Registrar at 908.273.9121 x223 to be added to the waiting list, or consider attending a different class from our extensive list.

CLICK HERE FOR COURSE INFORMATION:
Learn basic metalworking techniques to make a pin, pendant or belt buckle. Instruction is individualized to the skill level of each student. Demonstrations will include design, sawing, filing, soldering, texturing, polishing and stone setting. Materials used will be silver, copper or brass. All necessary tools are provided. Students provide metal, findings and sandpaper.
Materials list
Jewelry
 
0402
Jewelry
All Levels
Class
Tuesday
Member:
$295 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


Non Member:
$325 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


10-week course  
Class Held: 4/8/2014 - 6/10/2014
Day(s)/Timing : Tuesday  7:30PM - 10:00PM
Season: Spring - 2014  
Hurry!! only 1 seat(s) left

CLICK HERE FOR COURSE INFORMATION:
Learn basic metalworking techniques to make a pin, pendant or belt buckle. Instruction is individualized to the skill level of each student. Demonstrations will include design, sawing, filing, soldering, texturing, polishing and stone setting. Materials used will be silver, copper or brass. All necessary tools are provided. Students provide metal, findings and sandpaper.
Materials list
Jewelry, Wax Carving & Modeling: Personal Projects
 
0404
Jewelry
All Levels
Class
Wednesday
Member:
$335 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


Non Member:
$365 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


10-week course  
Class Held: 4/9/2014 - 6/11/2014
Day(s)/Timing : Wednesday  3:30PM - 6:00PM
Season: Spring - 2014  
This class is full. Please contact the Registrar at 908.273.9121 x223 to be added to the waiting list, or consider attending a different class from our extensive list.

CLICK HERE FOR COURSE INFORMATION:
A smaller class size offers students an opportunity for more one-on-one student and instructor interaction. The focus of this class will be on discussing and completing individual projects. All levels are welcome as the instruction is very personalized. The class will cover techniques for creating jewelry using wax carving construction methods. Wax allows the artist to create very fluid, intricate and sculpturally exciting work. Once the model is completed, it will be cast into silver or gold. Students may also mold it to create multiples. Depending on the design, the piece will be finished by soldering, setting and polishing.
Materials list
Jewelry, Wax Carving & Modeling: Personal Projects
 
0406
Jewelry
All Levels
Class
Wednesday
Member:
$335 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


Non Member:
$365 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


10-week course  
Class Held: 4/9/2014 - 6/11/2014
Day(s)/Timing : Wednesday  7:00PM - 9:30PM
Season: Spring - 2014  
This class is full. Please contact the Registrar at 908.273.9121 x223 to be added to the waiting list, or consider attending a different class from our extensive list.

CLICK HERE FOR COURSE INFORMATION:
A smaller class size offers students an opportunity for more one-on-one student and instructor interaction. The focus of this class will be on discussing and completing individual projects. All levels are welcome as the instruction is very personalized. The class will cover techniques for creating jewelry using wax carving construction methods. Wax allows the artist to create very fluid, intricate and sculpturally exciting work. Once the model is completed, it will be cast into silver or gold. Students may also mold it to create multiples. Depending on the design, the piece will be finished by soldering, setting and polishing.
Materials list
Jewelry Fabrication (Mixed Levels)
 
0410
Jewelry
All Levels
Class
Thursday
Member:
$295 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


Non Member:
$325 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


10-week course  
Class Held: 4/10/2014 - 6/12/2014
Day(s)/Timing : Thursday  7:30PM - 10:00PM
Season: Spring - 2014  
CLICK HERE FOR COURSE INFORMATION:
This class will cover all skill levels, including sawing, drilling, soldering, cold connections, basic forming, use of the rolling mill, hydraulic press, and stone setting. Intermediate to advance students will receive individualized attention to stretch their skill sets which can include: mechanisms, etching, keum-boo or hollow forms. Students may refer to the work of other jewelry artists for inspiration, as well as personalizing their own design sense with instructor input.
Materials list
Jewelry Fabrication (Mixed Levels)
 
4008
Jewelry
All Levels
Class
Thursday
Member:
$295 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


Non Member:
$325 + $40 lab fee
+$10 LATE REGISTRATION FEE


10-week course  
Class Held: 4/10/2014 - 6/12/2014
Day(s)/Timing : Thursday  9:30AM - 12:00PM
Season: Spring - 2014  
Hurry!! only 1 seat(s) left

CLICK HERE FOR COURSE INFORMATION:
This class will cover all skill levels, including sawing, drilling, soldering, cold connections, basic forming, use of the rolling mill, hydraulic press, and stone setting. Intermediate to advance students will receive individualized attention to stretch their skill sets which can include: mechanisms, etching, keum-boo or hollow forms. Students may refer to the work of other jewelry artists for inspiration, as well as personalizing their own design sense with instructor input.
Materials list

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