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Callanwolde Fine Arts Center



Jewelry Making

Beginners Introduction to Jewelry & Metalsmithing

$215

with Priscilla Fritsch

Calendar Jan 7, 2019 at 7 pm, runs for 10 weeks

In this adult introductory Jewelry and Metalsmithing course, we will use the recommended resource The Complete Photo Guide to Making Metal Jewelry.  We will begin by learning metalsmithing terminology, unique measurement systems, and the difference between base metals, alloys, and precious metals.  The majority of the session will be spent learning and using the foundation skills of sawing, drilling, piercing, filing and finishing to complete an instructor led project.  Students will also be introduced to the acetylene torch.  RECOMMENDED RESOURSE: The Complete Photo Guide to Making Metal Jewelry, by John Sartin, 2013 (Available on Amazon for approximately $10-$13).

 

Payment plan available: $75 deposit plus 2 payments of $70.00, paid every four weeks

Beginning/Intermediate Jewelry & Metalsmithing

$225

with Aalia Mujtaba

Calendar Jan 8, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 8 weeks

This class will skip Jan. 22 and Jan. 29.

This course offers the basics in jewelry design and fabrication.  Appropriate for repeat students; students can design their own projects or get an assigned project if preferred.  Learn silver piercing (cutting), shaping, soldering, texturing, finishing (polishing) and stone setting.  Smaller class size allows for individual attention & encourages the development of personal style and high quality craftsmanship.  Projects range from rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings, necklaces, vessels and broaches.  Teens are welcome.  Materials will be discussed in the first class; copper/brass metal and stones for projects could cost approx. $50 (silver could cost more). No prerequisite for beginners.  Intermediate students have option to design a project with guidance from instructor; Intermediate students must have taken minimum of 4 metalsmithing classes and have ability to design artwork with limited instruction. Min. 4, max. 6.

Payment plan available: $75 deposit plus 2 payments of $75.00, paid every four weeks
Full Course

Computer Graphics for Jewelers

$55

with Anne Kosmicki

Calendar Jan 19, 2019 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

As a jewelry artist, you might have struggled with computer graphics - for etching files, business cards, or a website banner for your online store. Graphics guru & jewelry artist Anne Kosmicki will help you understand what kinds of graphic files you need for whatever you need to do.  In this session, we will cover graphic types, where to get them, how to handle them, and what to do with them once you have them.  Laptop and power supply are highly recommended for this session. If you have graphics that you’d like to work with, bring those along too.

Jewelry Making Basics & Beyond

$280

with Priscilla Fritsch

Calendar Jan 7, 2019 at 10 am, runs for 10 weeks

This course will focus on fabrication techniques, help students establish and solidify their basic skills, and create their own design ideas.  Students may work on developing and advancing their fabrication skills with instructor guided projects which can include, but will not be limited to several methods of stone setting, clasps, hinges, cold connections such as rivets, and chainmaking.  Students may also work on their own projects with instructor guidance.  Problem solving, construction, and craftsmanship are strongly emphasized in this mixed level class.  Good for all students who enjoy being inspired by people of varying levels of skill and experience.  Material requirements and cost will be discussed the first class (approximately $40).  No Prerequisite required.  Min 4, Max 6.

Payment plan available: $75 deposit plus 2 payments of $102.50, paid every four weeks
Full Course

Jewelry Making Basics & Beyond

$280

with Priscilla Fritsch

Calendar Jan 9, 2019 at 10 am, runs for 10 weeks

This course will focus on fabrication techniques, help students establish and solidify their basic skills, and create their own design ideas.  Students may work on developing and advancing their fabrication skills with instructor guided projects which can include, but will not be limited to several methods of stone setting, clasps, hinges, cold connections such as rivets, and chainmaking.  Students may also work on their own projects with instructor guidance.  Problem solving, construction, and craftsmanship are strongly emphasized in this mixed level class.  Good for all students who enjoy being inspired by people of varying levels of skill and experience.  Material requirements and cost will be discussed the first class (approximately $40).  No Prerequisite required.  Min 4, Max 6.

Payment plan available: $75 deposit plus 2 payments of $102.50, paid every four weeks

Will run

Jewelry Making Basics & Beyond

$280

with Priscilla Fritsch

Calendar Jan 9, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

This course will focus on fabrication techniques, help students establish and solidify their basic skills, and create their own design ideas.  Students may work on developing and advancing their fabrication skills with instructor guided projects which can include, but will not be limited to several methods of stone setting, clasps, hinges, cold connections such as rivets, and chainmaking.  Students may also work on their own projects with instructor guidance.  Problem solving, construction, and craftsmanship are strongly emphasized in this mixed level class.  Good for all students who enjoy being inspired by people of varying levels of skill and experience.  Material requirements and cost will be discussed the first class (approximately $40).  No Prerequisite required.  Min 4, Max 6.

Payment plan available: $75 deposit plus 2 payments of $102.50, paid every four weeks

Will run

Jewelry Making Basics & Beyond

$280

with Priscilla Fritsch

Calendar Jan 10, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 10 weeks

This course will focus on fabrication techniques, help students establish and solidify their basic skills, and create their own design ideas.  Students may work on developing and advancing their fabrication skills with instructor guided projects which can include, but will not be limited to several methods of stone setting, clasps, hinges, cold connections such as rivets, and chainmaking.  Students may also work on their own projects with instructor guidance.  Problem solving, construction, and craftsmanship are strongly emphasized in this mixed level class.  Good for all students who enjoy being inspired by people of varying levels of skill and experience.  Material requirements and cost will be discussed the first class (approximately $40).  No Prerequisite required.  Min 4, Max 6.

Payment plan available: $75 deposit plus 2 payments of $102.50, paid every four weeks




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