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Weekly Classes

Jewelry/ Metalsmithing 2    
Dates Wed, Oct 7 - Nov 4 Times 6:00pm - 9:00pm Fee 5 sessions $195
Intro. to Jewelry Casting    
Dates Sat, Oct 17 - Dec 12 Times 4:30pm - 7:30pm Fee 6 sessions $235 8 sessions $285
Beg. Jewelry/ Metalsmithing    
Dates Sat, Nov 14 - Dec 12 Times 11:00am - 3:00pm Fee 5 sessions $235 4 sessions $210
Open Studio Rental    
available every week Wed/Thur/Fri 11am - 6pm $10/hour, $30/day, $120/month

 

Short Workshops

Title Dates Time Cost
Soldered Wire Jewelry Sat, Sept 5 10:00am - 5:00pm $95.00
Enameling Workshop Sun, Sept 6 10:00am - 4:30pm $95.00
Bezel Setting Workshop Sat, Sept 12 10:00am - 4:30pm $85.00
Introduction to PMC (Precious Metal Clay) Sun, Sept 13 10:00am - 3:00pm $75.00
Chasing Intensive with Saign Charlestein Fri - Tue, Sept 25 - 29 Private class  
Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive Fri,Sat,Sun Oct 2,3,4 10:00am - 5:00pm $300.00
Hoop Earrings for Beginners Sat, Oct 10 10:00am - 5:00pm $95.00
Stone Setting: Creative Settings for Tubes and Prongs Sun, Oct 11 10:00am - 5:00pm $115.00
Ring Making Workshop Sun, Oct 18 10:00am - 1:00pm $45.00
Flush Setting Workshop Sun, Oct 18 1:30pm - 4:30pm $55.00
Recycle Workshop Sat, Oct 24 10:00am - 4:00pm $95.00
Metal Etching Made Easy Sun, Oct 25 10:00am - 4:00pm $75.00
Chain Making Workshop Sun, Nov 1 11:00am - 6:00pm $85.00
PMC Project: Amphora Pendant Sat, Nov 7 10:00am - 3:00pm $75.00
Cuttlefish Bone Casting Sun, Nov 8 10:00am - 5:00pm $95.00
Resins and Rivets Sun, Nov 15 10:00am - 4:00pm $75.00
Bezel Setting Workshop Sun, Nov 22 10:00am - 4:30pm $85.00
Five Golden Rings Sun, Dec 6 10:00am - 5:00pm $95.00
PMC Workshop Holiday Earrings and Charms Sun, Dec 13 10:00am - 3:00pm $75.00
Ring Making Workshop Sat, Dec 19 10:00am - 1:00pm $45.00
Tube Setting Workshop Sat, Dec 19 1:30pm - 4:30pm $55.00
Earring Design Workshop Sun, Dec 20 10:00am - 5:00pm $95.00

 

Weekly Classes -Full Descriptions

 

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Continuing Projects: Jewelry/ Metalsmithing 2

Wednesdays, October 7 - November 4
6:00 - 9:00 pm

$195 - 5 Sessions

Instructor Amy Reeves

Jewelry Classes at TMAC

Course description: In this class you'll build on the knowledge you've gained in previous classes and learn techniques for more advanced projects. You will learn hydraulic press forming to create depth and dimension in your designs, enameling to add color, prong settings, advanced soldering techniques, final finish polishing, and more.

Materials: Most materials included, but students who wish to work with silver must provide their own or purchase from the instructor.

Prerequisite: Beginning Jewelry or equivalent.

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Introduction to Jewelry Casting

Saturdays, October 17 - December 12; no class: Nov. 28
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm

$285 - 8 sessions/$235 - 6 sessions 

Instructor Joni Joachims

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Introduction to Jewelry Casting

Course description: Learn to design and make jewelry using the lost wax casting method. You will design and learn to carve a model in wax, and then replicate your model in silver or bronze using centrifugal or vacuum casting. Students will be guided step by step in the process in order to make unique pieces of jewelry. The instructor will also cover making molds of your pieces and production options for making multiples. For past TMAC casting students only: drop in to one session of the casting class for $45 (subject to availability*)

Materials: Students should bring sterling or bronze casting grain or scrap.

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry or equivalent. Students should know how to saw, solder, file and polish metal.

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Beginning Jewelry/ Metalsmithing

Saturdays, November 14 -December 12
11:00 am - 3:00 pm

$210 - 4 sessions: No Class Thanksgiving Nov. 28

$265 - 5 sessions: Including Class Thanksgiving Nov. 28

Instructor: Amy Reeves

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Beginning Jewelry

Course description: Learn the basics skills needed to create jewelry of your own design. We will use a jeweler's saw, rolling mill, hammers and mallets, and torches to cut, texture, shape, and solder metal sheet and wire into unique jewelry pieces. Cuff bracelets, textured earrings, and a ring or pendant with a bezel-set cabochon stone are all possible projects for this class. In the six-week session, we will also learn rivets and one-of-kind chain.

Materials: Copper and brass included. Students may buy silver and stones from instructor for ring project, or bring their own.

Prerequisite: None

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Open Studio Rental

Wednesday: 11am - 6pm
Thursday: 11am - 6pm
Friday: 11am - 6pm

$10/ hour
$30/ day
$120/ month

No open studio on the following dates: Sept 25, Oct 2, since there will be classes on those days.

Open Studio Rental

Open Studio is for independent use by students who have taken classes at TMAC. Full details here.

No need to RSVP, just drop by and pay $10 per hour or $30 for the whole day or $120 monthly (by approval only). Open studio fee does not include metals, solder or consumables. Students are expected to be able to work independently. Materials available for sale at the studio, or bring your own.

Private instruction for a variety of topics is also available, starting at $75 per hour. Popular topics include: Wedding Ring Tutorial, Beginning Jewelry, Forged Jewelry Forms and Hollowware Topics.

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Weekend Classes- Full Descriptions

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Soldered Wire Jewelry

Saturday, September 5
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$95

Instructor Jennifer Stenhouse

Beginning Jewelry Wire

Course description:  Whether you need a little coaching or are brand new to soldering, Jennifer will help demystify the process. In this one day intro to jewelry techniques, you will learn how to construct jewelry from wire. Make rings, bangles, and chain bracelets and necklaces from wire different gauges of copper, brass or silver wire. Jennifer will also cover different methods to texture the metal for added interest and add patinas for contrast. Get hands on practice with different torches. Learn to create rings, links and simple findings to make earrings, necklaces and bracelets. Jennifer will also discuss a home studio set-up so you can continue on after the class.

Materials: Copper and brass provided, sterling available for sale.

Prerequisite: None!

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Enameling Workshop

Sunday, September 6
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

$95

Instructor Amy Reeves

Enameling Workshop

Course description:  Enameling is the art of applying ground glass to a metal surface and fusing the glass to the metal with a torch or kiln. In this introductory class, Amy will demonstrate different ways to apply the enamels such as sifting, painting, sgraffito, line application, and stencils. Enameling is a great way to incorporate color into your jewelry.  And, there is a great a/c system in the studio to keep you cool while we fire up the kilns and torches. Learn to add contrast and impact using images and lines in your enamel pieces. The instructor will also cover kiln firing, torch firing, and an inexpensive home studio set up.

Materials: Included. Optional: bring rubber stamps, permanent markers, fine point tweezers and a small paintbrush to apply designs to the enamel surface.

Prerequisite: Beginning Jewelry or equivalent.

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Bezel Setting Workshop

Saturday, September 12
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

$85 plus materials

Instructor Amy Reeves

Bezel Setting- Jewelry Making Classes at TMAC: Tacoma Metal Arts Center

Course description: Learn how to create settings for flat backed objects and cabochon cut stones. Bezel setting is also perfect for setting beach glass, coins, buttons, almost anything!  In this class we will cover selecting appropriate bezel wire, silver soldering, fitting irregular and freeform objects, making a ring band or pendant bail, polishing and stone setting. You will be able to finish a ring or pendant.

Materials: Bring a stone to set or purchase one from our assortment. Students should bring $5-$10 to cover the cost of silver and stones.

Prerequisite: No experience necessary!

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Introduction to PMC
Precious Metal Clay

Sunday, September 13
10:00 am- 3:00 pm

$75 plus materials

Instructor Ruth Greening

Introduction to PMC

Course description: You have heard about PMC for so long, well now is the time to find out what the excitement is all about! This Mini-intro will let you get your fingers on the most amazing silver in the world: Precious Metal Clay! You will learn how to form, texture, dry and torch fire your piece. Go home with beautiful fine silver earrings and pendant or two pendants that you designed and made. It will be the start of a love affair!

Materials: Silver Clay Kit available from instructor: $40 1 PMC3 16g clay.

Prerequisite: None

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CLOSED Sept . 23-29 for : Chasing Intensive with Saign Charlestein

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Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive

Intensive- 3 days

October 2, 3 &4
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
10:00 am- 5:00 pm

$300

Instructor Amy Reeves

Beginning Jewelry/ Metals intensive

Course description - An in-depth workshop in three days, perfect for anyone who has always wanted to learn jewelry-making but never had the time. Amy will cover all of the metalsmithing fundamentals, including sawing, filing, stamping, hammering, and texturing, and that is just the first day! We will also cover bezel setting stones, making rings, chain fabrication and lots of soldering. Students will be guided step by step in the use of studio equipment like torches, hand tools, rolling mill and hydraulic press. The instructor will also talk about how to set up a home studio so you can continue on your own after the class. No prior jewelry experience is necessary, students of all levels are welcome.  Small class size ensures plenty of one on one instruction. Copper and brass provided for in class use, silver available for purchase.

Materials: Most materials included. Students may opt to purchase silver to work with approx. $10 -$20

Prerequisite: None.

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Easy Hoop Earrings

Saturday, October 10
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$95 plus cost of silver

Instructor Peggy Foy

Easy Hoop Earings Workshop

Course description: In this class Peggy will show many methods for making different styles of hoop earrings. From large showy dramatic earrings to tiny accent pieces. How do you make a curved tube? Peggy will show you how you can perfectly curve a piece of tubing without distorting, crimping or crushing it, then make it into a clever pair of hoops! Learn to use hammers, stamping and the rolling mill to add texture and interest to your new pieces, then finish with a patina if you wish! Great for absolute beginners and intermediate students alike!

Materials: Copper and brass provided, silver available for sale, about $5 per pair of silver earrings.

Prerequisite: None!

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Stone Setting: Creative Stone Setting with Tubes and Prongs

Sunday, October 11
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$115

Instructor Jennifer Stenhouse

Stone Setting Tubes and Prongs

Course description: Ready to explore some interesting stone setting options? Then this class is for you! Jennifer will demonstrate a variety of simple stone settings that look complicated. Learn how to use tubing to create glorious prong settings for round or square gems! Jennifer will also demonstrate how to create gorgeous flared tube settings, and glamorous crown settings. These techniques are perfect for adding a bit of dazzling flash and details to a ring, earrings or necklaces, using faceted or cabochon stones! Even if you've never set a stone before you can take this class.

Materials: Includes silver tube and cubic zirconium stones. Additional silver available for purchase. Optional: bring a ring or other pieces to solder your settings onto.

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry class. Students should have some experience sawing and soldering.

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Ring Making Workshop

Sunday, October 18
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

$45 plus the cost of silver

Instructor Amy Reeves

ring making workshop at TMAC

Course description: In this fun, fast paced workshop you will make one or more rings to wear home! Learn to shape, solder, texture and patina silver to create beautiful rings of your own design. No prior jewelry experience is necessary.

Materials included: Students should bring about $5 - $10 to spend on silver projects, or bring silver of various gauges, sheet and wire.

Prerequisite: none

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Flush Setting Workshop

Sunday, October 18
1:30 pm- 4:30 pm

$55

Instructor Amy Reeves

Flush setting at TMAC

Course description: Learn to set round faceted stones in flush mounts, it's not as hard as you think! Learn the tricks with the flex shaft to set stones quickly and easily. We will practice with 2 mm - 3 mm faceted round stones. Prerequisite: Beginning Jewelry or previous metalworking experience. Take it with the Ring Making Workshop and set a stone in the ring you make!

Materials: Price includes copper sheet & cubic zirconium stones, silver available for purchase. Or, you can bring a project to set your stone into.

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry or equivalent

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Recycle Workshop: Gold and Silver Jewelry from Scratch

Saturday, October 24
10:00 am- 4:00 pm

$95

Instructor Amy Reeves

Recycle Workshop for Gold and Silver

Course description: Learn to make jewelry from your gold scrap or gold casting grain. This class will cover alloys, including how to determine silver and gold content, melting, casting an ingot and using the rolling mill to produce new stock from old scrap or casting grain. Once you’ve turned your scrap into new material, you'll use it to create a new piece of jewelry! Your project can be a ring, earrings, chain—there are many possibilities. Amy will also demonstrate direct casting methods such as water casting, broom casting and salt casting.

Materials: Students should to bring gold or silver scrap, old jewelry, or casting grain. Silver casting grain can also be purchased through instructor in class. Metal scrap and broken pieces should be pre-cleaned and ready to go.

Prerequisite: Beginning Jewlery is helpful, but not required.

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Metal Etching Made Easy

Sunday, October 25
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

$75

Instructor Meredith Arnold

Etching Made Easy

Course description: Discover creating raised patterns in metal without any special equipment! This is the full meal deal from transferring images onto metal to etching a variety of alternative metals using a low toxic and safe method. The results are a beautiful bracelet and the knowledge for how to make your own unique texture sheets or patterned metal for signature designs.
Class covers a variety of resist processes including different heat transfer methods, ink transfer techniques and free hand solutions. Drilling, filing, refining, and a variety of polishing and sealing methods will also be covered.

Materials: Kit fee: $40 includes red brass, wire, booklet on etching, etching solution and tank, neutralizing bath, transfer film, inks, and more. Each student will take home everything they need to continue metal etching at home.
Instructor will supply hot plate, hammers, drills, pliers, etc. for use in class.
Students Should Bring: rubber stamps if you have some small patterns you especially like (please put your name on your stamps).

Prerequisites:None

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Vikings and Turks: Old World Chains

Sunday, November 1
11:00 am - 6:00 pm

$85

Instructor Julia Lowther

Julia Lowther teaches Viking Knit and 3-d chain mail chain making at TMAC

Course description:  Precious metal chains were born because If your wealth is wearable, it's easily portable, and if it's in manageable pieces (small rings, for example) it's easy to trade for goods and services. Continue this tradition of portable wealth by adding Viking Knit and Round Mail chains to the stash of mastery in your head.

Viking Knit really was made by Vikings. Fortunately, you don't have to travel to the Norse homeland to learn the tricks of Norse goldsmiths. This fine wire weave is equally stunning on its own, or as the backbone for lush beads or a stylish pendant. Like many siblings, the round mail family of chains - Turkish, Open, Closed - are strikingly different outside, and secretly similar inside. Learning their secrets allows you to blend them together seamlessly into lovely unique jewelry designs. Students will make chain samples in a variety of styles during the class.

Materials fees: Copper kit $7. Silver kit: $45 - To purchase silver materials from the instructor, you need to reserve them in advance by emailing Julia at: shoeboxstudiojewelry at gmail dot com. Silver kit includes: 100 sterling silver pre-cut rings 18ga 4mm ID = $25 (tax inc.) 20 feet fine silver wire 24ga = $20 (tax inc.) Silver prices subject to change with market fluctuation.

Or, bring your own materials: 24 gauge dead soft fine silver round wire (20 feet for viking knit bracelet) and sterling jump rings in 18 gauge with a 4mm ID (50 rings will make 1.25-2.5" of chain mail depending on the pattern). 

Prerequisites:None! Beginners welcome with open arms.

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PMC: Amphora Pendant

Saturday, November 7
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

$75 plus materials

Instructor Ruth Greening, Certified PMCC Senior Instructor

Hollow forms with PMC in Ruth Greening's PMC class at TMAC

Course description:  You have heard about PMC for so long, now is the time to find out what the excitement is all about! This hands on intro will let you get your fingers on the most amazing silver in the world: Precious Metal Clay! You will learn to make this delicate hollow form pendant, learning two build parts separately and combine them into a finished piece. Ruth will show the kiln firing process and finishing techniques. Then attach a chain and wear your new pendant home! Great for beginners and more advanced PMC makers as well.

Materials:$35 for 1 package 16g PMC3 clay. Students should bring (or may purchase) chain to attach to jump-rings on pendant, with a clasp in the center.

Prerequisite: None!

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Cuttlefish Bone Casting: Beyond Texture

Sunday, November 8
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$95 plus the cost of metal

Instructor Jennifer Stenhouse

Cuttlefish Bone Casting

Course description: Cuttlefish Casting is a low cost casting method great for the small studio and those on a budget. Learn a simple, low tech way to produce cast jewelry! Learn to Make pendants and rings with stone settings, findings, and more! There are many possibilities, all without the costly equipment needed for lost wax casting. It is fun, fast and affordable! Until the invention of vulcanized rubber for lost wax, the expert carving of cuttlebone was an excellent way to reproduce designs. Participants will discover the immediacy of casting with cuttlefish bone, the texture it can create, and how to use it to create multiples by making simple models. Jennifer will also show you how to do a simple stone setting, create a multiple part mold for the 3-dimensional casting of a ring with a stone setting, chain links, and an ingot mold for ring blanks! Ancient bronze available for class use, students may opt bring any sterling silver. 
Materials List, bring to class or purchase in the studio:

  • - Sterling silver (or bronze) scrap or casting grain, ½ - 1oz
  • - Small cabochons and faceted stones
  • - Small soft paint brush
  • -N95 dust mask

Optional to bring:

  • - Dental tools or sharp little carving tools
  • - X-acto knife
  • - personal jewelry tools

Prerequisite: None!

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Resins and Rivets: Cold Fusions Techniques and More

Sunday, November 15
10:00 am- 4:00 pm

Fee: $75 plus kit $35

Instructor Meredith Arnold

Altered Metals Class with Meredith Arnold at TMACAltered Metals Class with meredith arnold at TMAC

Course description - This class is packed with a variety of out-of-the-box techniques for applying color onto metals: explore cold fusion techniques on metal working with heat curing resins and UV resins, colored pencils, new patina methods and more combined with fool-proof rivets. Discover creating unique one-of-a-kind resin elements using molds combined with color! Meredith will also show simple torch techniques for flame painting on metal with a small butane torch.

Materials Kit $35: Includes copper, aluminum and brass metal pieces, powdered and UV resins, wire, inks, mica powders, patina products, silicone molding compound, polymer clay, rivets, flux, sounding boards for bench blocks, sandpapers, sealer, latex like gloves, work surfaces.

Students should bring: An item to mold about the size of a quarter, Prismacolor pencils in colors you like (available at http://www.dickblick.com/products/prismacolor-colored-pencils/ for a great price!), apron.

Prerequisite: None.

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Bezel Setting Workshop

Sunday, November 22
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

$85 plus materials

Instructor Amy Reeves

Bezel Setting- Jewelry Making Classes at TMAC: Tacoma Metal Arts Center

Course description: Learn how to create settings for flat backed objects and cabochon cut stones. Bezel setting is also perfect for setting beach glass, coins, buttons, almost anything!  In this class we will cover selecting appropriate bezel wire, silver soldering, fitting irregular and freeform objects, making a ring band or pendant bail, polishing and stone setting. You will be able to finish a ring or pendant.

Materials: Bring a stone to set or purchase one from our assortment. Students should bring $5-$10 to cover the cost of silver and stones.

Prerequisite: No experience necessary!

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Five Golden Rings

Sunday, December 6
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$95 plus materials

Instructor Jennifer Stenhouse

Five Gold Rings at TMAC

Course description: Learn to use gold-filled wire and solid gold wire to create stunning stacking rings. Jennifer will show you how to work yellow and pink gold-filled wires of different shapes and gauges to create stunning rings. Get the rich look of gold for about the cost of silver! You'll learn how to measure, solder and shape the metal, then learn different ways to finish your rings: hammered, plain, matte finish or high shine! Jennifer will also demonstrate how to work with 14K gold! Make a set of stacking rings for yourself, or to give as gifts. Jennifer will also show a great trick for adding a tiny tube set stone!

Materials: Students may bring 14/20 pink or yellow gold-filled wire in different shapes and gauges (3" is enough for one ring), and 10K or 14K yellow gold easy solder, or purchase enough for their projects in class-approximately $10 - $20. Optional-1.5 mm round faceted stones. Students may opt to bring solid 14K gold to work with.

Prerequisite: No experience necessary!

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PMC Workshop: Holiday Earrings and Charms

Sunday, December 13
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

$75 plus materials

Course description:  Looking for some special stocking stuffers and last minute gifts? then you will love this fun class. Make holiday theme charms and fun earrings (earring cards included!)

How many pairs of earrings can you make from 9g of PMC clay and one PMC sheet? Find out in this hands on introduction to Precious Metal Clay. Learn basic handling, forming and firing of this amazing silver.

Materials: The $40 kit fee (cash or check payable in class) includes sterling silver wire, PMC3 9g & 1PMC sheet. Instructor will provide tools to use during class, firing and finishing.

Prerequisite: None! No prior PMC experience is necessary, but students of all levels are welcome.

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Ring Making Workshop

Saturday, December 19
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

$45 plus the cost of silver

Instructor Amy Reeves

ring making workshop at TMAC

Course description: In this fun, fast paced workshop you will make one or more rings to wear home! Learn to shape, solder, texture and patina silver to create beautiful rings of your own design. No prior jewelry experience is necessary.

Materials included: Students should bring about $5 - $10 to spend on silver projects, or bring silver of various gauges, sheet and wire.

Prerequisite: none

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Stone Setting Workshop (Tube Settings)

Saturday, December 19
1:30 - 4:30 pm

$55 plus materials

Instructor Amy Reeves

Stone Setting Workshop

Course description: Add a new stone setting to your repertoire! We will set small, round, faceted stones in sterling silver tube mounts in this short workshop. Amy will show you tricks with the flex shaft that will help you to set stones quickly and easily. Take this with the Ring Making Workshop and you can set a stone in the ring you make!

Materials: Includes silver tube and cubic zirconium stones. Additional silver available for purchase.

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry or previous metalworking experience.

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Earring Design Workshop

Sunday, December 20
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$95

Instructor Micke Lippe

Earring by Micki Lippe

Course description: Learn to push your design skills in this class with award winning jewelry artist Micki Lippe. Learn to make beautiful earrings using sterling silver, copper and brass. Micki will demonstrate how to rivet, fold form, roll print, make domed forms, slotted shapes, use alternative materials, create your own findings; make earrings with beads, wire or sheet - the sky is the limit!! Basic soldering will be taught but most work will be done with cold connections. The class will begin with exercises to jumpstart the creative process that will lead to finished pairs of earrings.

Materials: "These are just general guidelines. If you have specific things you want to work with, bring them. If you NEVER use sheet, ignore that part of the list etc."~Micki Lippe (instructor)

26ga Sheet, at least 2 square inches - brass, copper or Sterling (your choice), Sterling Wire - 20ga - 10 inches, 18ga - 5 inches, 16ga - 5 inches, and any other material you wish to incorporate, Emory Paper (black carbon silicon)- 220 and 320 grit,

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry or previous metalworking experience.

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Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive

Intensive- 3 days

December: Dates TBA
Saturday, Sunday, Monday
10:00 am- 5:00 pm

$300

Instructor Amy Reeves

Beginning Jewelry/ Metals intensive

Course description: An in-depth workshop in three days, perfect for anyone who has always wanted to learn jewelry-making but never had the time. Amy will cover all of the metalsmithing fundamentals, including sawing, filing, stamping, hammering, and texturing, and that is just the first day! We will also cover bezel setting stones, making rings, chain fabrication and lots of soldering. Students will be guided step by step in the use of studio equipment like torches, hand tools, rolling mill and hydraulic press. The instructor will also talk about how to set up a home studio so you can continue on your own after the class. No prior jewelry experience is necessary, students of all levels are welcome.  Small class size ensures plenty of one on one instruction. Copper and brass provided for in class use, silver available for purchase.

Materials: Most materials included. Students may opt to purchase silver to work with approx. $10 -$20

Prerequisite: None.