WINTER SEMESTER 2022

Adult Jewelry Classes

4830/4765/4766/4767 The Right Start: Jewelry Techniques
Instructor: Jill Hurant
4830 Mondays, 9:30 AM–12 PM
4765 Wednesdays, 9:30 AM–12 PM
4766 Thursdays, 9:30 AM–12 PM
4768 Thursdays, 12:30–3 PM
Bring creativity levitra purchase and concentration to metalworking! Beginners learn the basics and intermediate students will learn new techniques. Some materials provided; additional materials to be discussed in the first class.
4830 10 sessions: 1/10–3/14
4765 10 sessions: 1/12–3/16
4766 & 4768 10 sessions: 1/13–3/17
Tuition: member $360, non-member $390
Materials fee: $45

4829 The Right Start & Beyond: Jewelry Techniques
Instructor: Jill Hurant
Mondays, 12:30–3 PM
Bring creativity viagra delivered one day and concentration to metalworking! Beginners will be shown the basics and intermediate students will learn new techniques. An introduction to working with gold will be available for those who wish viagra quick tabs it. Some materials provided. Additional materials will be discussed in the first class.
10 sessions: 1/10 – 3/14
Tuition: member $360, non-member $390
Materials fee: $45

4670/4671 Jewelry Fabrication
Instructor: Kelly Green Grady
4670 Mondays, 6:30–9 PM
4671 Wednesdays, 12:30–3 PM
This comprehensive class will cover the foundational skills and techniques of jewelry making, while also offering more experienced students the opportunity to build their skill set. Students will learn how to plan and fabricate jewelry pieces of their own design in a fun and encouraging environment. Some materials provided. Additional materials will be discussed in the first class.
4670 10 sessions: 1/10–3/14
4671 10 sessions: 1/12–3/16
Tuition: member $360, non-member $390
Materials fee: $45

4698/4699 Jewelry & Metalsmithing
Instructor: Sue Sachs
4698 Tuesdays, 9:30 AM–12 PM
4699 Tuesdays, 7:30–10 PM
Study with Sue Sachs who is a working artist, master metalworker, and instructor of more than 30 years at the Art Center. Learn jewelry and metalsmithing techniques through demonstrations, discussion, and individualized instruction using silver, copper, brass, or all three in combination. Start by designing your own piece and learn core techniques such as sawing, filing, soldering, texturing, and polishing to bring it to life. Students will be led through a skills-based curriculum, enabling them to learn and grow skills at their own level and pace. Please bring a sketchbook to the first class to work on your design and take notes. Other materials will be discussed in class.
10 sessions: 1/11–3/15
Tuition: member $360, non-member $390
Materials fee: $45

4676/4677 The Magic of Metal Clay
Instructor: Kelly Green Grady
Wednesdays, 6:30–9 PM
Metal clay is a unique material that consists of particles of metal suspended in an organic binder. It can be formed like clay, but when fired yields a solid metal object. Students will be introduced to working with PMC3; a silver-based metal clay. Learn how to model, texture, and set stones in PMC3 that will be fired to create beautiful finished pieces of jewelry. No jewelry experience necessary! Some materials provided. Additional materials to be discussed in first class.
4676 5 sessions: 1/12–2/9
4677 5 sessions: 2/23–3/23
Tuition: member $205, non-member $225
Materials fee: $65