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All Classes and Workshops (listed chronologically):

Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive Fri,Sat,Sun, Oct. 18,19,20 10:00am - 5:00pm $325.00
Blacksmithing Weekend Sat,Sun Oct 19,20 10:00am - 6:00pm $300.00
New: Prong Fabrication from Sheet Sat,Sun, Oct. 26,27 10:00am - 5:00pm $235.00
Tube and Flush Setting Sat, Nov. 2 10:00am - 4:00pm $100.00
Blacksmithing Weekend Sat,Sun, Nov 2,3 10:00am - 6:00pm $300.00
The Business of Jewelry Sun, Nov. 3 10:30am - 5:30pm $90.00
Classical Wire Wrapping Sat, Nov 9 10:00am - 4:00pm $80.00
Precious Metal Clay Sun, Nov 10 10:30am - 5:00pm $85.00
New! Creative Bezels Sat,Sun Nov. 16,17 10:00am - 4:00pm $200.00
Casting Intensive Sat,Sun, Nov. 23,24 10:00am - 5:00pm $225.00
Recycle Workshop Sat, Nov. 30 10:00am - 4:00pm $95.00
Adventures in Enameling Sun, Dec. 1 10:00am - 5:00pm $100.00
Bezel Setting Workshop Sat, Dec. 7 10:00am - 5:00pm $100.00
Polymer Clay Possibilities Sun, Dec 8 10:00am - 3:00pm $75.00
Beginning Jewelry Workshop Sat Dec. 14 10:00am - 4:30pm $100.00
Five Golden Rings Sun, Dec. 15 10:00am - 5:00pm $100.00
Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive Fri,Sat,Sun, Dec.20,21,22 10:00am - 5:00pm $325.00

already in session:

Intro. to Jewelry Casting    
Dates Saturdays. Sept .7 - Oct. 12 Times 5:30pm - 8:30pm Fee 6 Sessions $270
Beg. Jewelry/ Metalsmithing    
Dates Thursdays, Oct.3, Nov.7 Times 6:00pm - 9:00pm Fee 6 Sessions $225

All Classes- Full Descriptions- listed chronologically

--------no retail hous Friday Oct. 18, for the Begining Intensive------

Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive

Intensive- 3 days

Oct.18, 19 & 20
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
10:00 am- 5:00 pm

$325

Instructor Amy Reeves *class is full* please e-mail to be placed on a wait list

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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, 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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Blacksmithing Weekend

Sat/Sun, October 19,20
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

$300 plus $60 materials

Instructor Mike Mathewson

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Blacksmithing Workshop

Course description: You will learn basic blacksmithing techniques with a variety of hands on projects ranging from decorative to functional. Possible projects include plant hangers, candlestick holders, fire pokers, decorative hooks and barbeque skewers, just to name a few.  You'll even learn to make your own blacksmithing tools! Mike will cover safety and operation of a gas forge and all the tools, as well as basic hammering and heating techniques. Learn how to determine what type of steel to select for your projects, ferrous vs. non-ferrous metals, different types of steels and the pros and cons of scrap steel sources. Mike will also have forges for sale if you want to continue on your own. Minimum 4 students, maximum 10

Materials: $60, payable to the instructor (cash/check only). Each student has his/her own forge and anvil to work with during the class.  Students should bring safety glasses and leather work gloves.

Location:1207 Martin Luther King, Tacoma 98405

Prerequisite: None

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New: Cut-Card Assembly Prong Fabrication from Sheet

Sat/Sun, October 26 & 27
10:00 - 5:00 pm

$235

Instructor Jennifer Stenhouse

Cut Card Assembly Prong Settings

Course description: Learn to fabricate your own custom prong settings using sheet for unique look! Jennifer will show how to create custom settings for any stone shape using cut card construction. The benefit of this setting is that it require no special equipment, a good eye, a ruler and a jewelers saw. Sheet construction, for a variety of stone shapes and sizes, will be the focus of this class. We will start on day 1 with a 4 prong setting. Then on day 2, Jennifer will show other options including 2 prong and 6 prong settings. The instructor will demonstrate with faceted stones, but these designs can be easily adapted for cabochon cuts and an endless variety of designs.

Materials: Copper and brass will be provided, students wishing to work in sterling should bring 20-16 gauge sterling sheet.

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry, especially experience with a jewelers sawframe

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Stone Sale Trunk Show

Saturday, October 26
4:00 - 5:30 pm

Don't miss this opportunity to shop from Gregory Brancati for precious and semi-precious gemstones. He will be selling stones in the TMAC and always promises a variety of unique, one of a kind faceted and cabochon cuts.

Stone trunk show at tmac
 

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Tube and Flush Setting

Workshop

Saturday, November 2
10:00am - 4:00 pm

$100

Instructor Amy Reeves*class is full* please e-mail to be placed on a wait list

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Stone Setting Workshop

Course description: Learn to set round faceted stones in flush and tube 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.

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

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry

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Blacksmithing Weekend

Sat/Sun, November 2 & 3
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

$300 plus $60 materials

Instructor Mike Mathewson

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Blacksmithing Workshop

Course description: You will learn basic blacksmithing techniques with a variety of hands on projects ranging from decorative to functional. Possible projects include plant hangers, candlestick holders, fire pokers, decorative hooks and barbeque skewers, just to name a few.  You'll even learn to make your own blacksmithing tools! Mike will cover safety and operation of a gas forge and all the tools, as well as basic hammering and heating techniques. Learn how to determine what type of steel to select for your projects, ferrous vs. non-ferrous metals, different types of steels and the pros and cons of scrap steel sources. Mike will also have forges for sale if you want to continue on your own. Minimum 4 students, maximum 10

Materials: $60, payable to the instructor (cash/check only). Each student has his/her own forge and anvil to work with during the class.  Students should bring safety glasses and leather work gloves.

Location:1207 Martin Luther King, Tacoma 98405

Prerequisite: None

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The Business of Jewelry

Sunday, November 3 (daylight savings time change)
10:30 am - 5:30 pm

$90

Instructor Meredith Arnold

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tmac gallery

Course description: Discover the most successful ways to get your work into galleries, exhibitions, festivals and art fairs. Meredith will show you how using effective, tried and true methods.  You will learn marketing methods to represent yourself and how to make the most of presenting your work in advertising, social media, on business cards, etc. The last couple of hours will be devoted to a hands on intro to photographing jewelry.

Materials: Bring examples of your current work and a digital camera, or smart phone with camera.

Prerequisite: none, this is a class for students of all levels of experience

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Classical Wire Wrapping

Saturday, Nov. 9
10:00 am- 4:00 pm

$80 plus $25 materials

Instructor Ruth Greening **Class is Full**Please email to be placed on the waitlst.

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Classical Wire Wrapping

Course description: Classical wire wrapped jewelry is a great way to make stunning designs using simple techniques, minimal tools and no soldering.  In this class we will learn the basics for a precision wire wrapping technique - classical wire wrapping.  Using square and half-round wire, we will learn to build a light weight, open back setting that will really show off the stone.  Ruth will show how to capture the stone in a clean wire-wrapped setting and how to integrate a streamlined bail as part of the pendant design. Learn the technique step by step while you create two gorgeous pendants that you can wear home!

Materials: $25 paid to instructor in class (cash/check only) for stone and Silver Fill wire. Tools provided for use in class. 

Prerequisite: none

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Precious Metal Clay

Sunday, Nov. 10
10:30am - 5:00pm

Instructor Suz O'Dell

$85 + $55 materials

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precious metal clay classes at tacoma metal arts center

Course description: In this one-day workshop, ideal for any level, students will be presented with numerous techniques for working with this fantastic material. Each student will have the opportunity to complete several projects with and without stones, including earrings, toggle clasp, and hollow beads.

Suz will show you how to build your ideas in clay and kiln-fire your pieces into finished pure silver metal!

Materials: $55 (paid to instructor in class, cash/check preferred) includes one 25 gram pack PMC+, handout, use of tool kit, several findings, and handmade sterling ear wires made by Suz.

Prerequisite:No experience necessary however returning students are definitely encouraged!

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--------no retail hours Wednesday Nov. 13-----

NEW! Creative and Decorative Bezels

Sat/Sun, November 16 & 17
10:00am - 4:00 pm

$200 + materials

Instructor Jane Martin

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bezel setting class jewelry making

Course Description:  In this class you will learn to go beyond the basic bezel setting and work with specialty wires to create unique and decorative bezel settings. Jane will show step by step how to create the setting, and then how to add different handmade embellishments to your setting. You will also learn how to create different style ring shanks. During this 2 session class, you will learn many jewelry techniques: stamping and wire working, soldering a band ring, and setting a cabochon stone. Jane will even show you a great trick to re-use you scrap silver metal! You will make sterling silver rings or pendants of several types. Students may buy stones from teacher or bring their own.

 Materials: TMAC will have several different styles of bezels and wires available for sale. Students may bring their own: various silver wires and bezel wires and 20 gauge sheet.

Prerequisite: beginning jewelry and one basic bezel

 

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Casting Intensive

Sat/Sun November 23 & 24
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$225 (includes $25 material fee)

Instructor Jennifer Stenhouse

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Learn to design and make jewelry using the lost wax casting method. Students will be guided step by step in the process in order to make unique pieces of jewelry. You will design and learn to carve a model in wax, and then replicate your model in silver or bronze using centrifugal casting. The first day you'll be guided step by step through carving a wax model and making a mold of it. On day two, you will cast your project into bronze, silver or gold using centrifugal casting. Then, Jennifer will show you how to clean up and polish your project into a beautiful piece of jewelry!

Course description: Learn to design and make jewelry using the lost wax casting method. Students will be guided step by step in the process in order to make unique pieces of jewelry. You will design and learn to carve a model in wax, and then replicate your model in silver or bronze using centrifugal casting. The first day you'll be guided step by step through carving a wax model and making a mold of it. On day two, you will cast your project into bronze, silver or gold using centrifugal casting. Then, Jennifer will show you how to clean up and polish your project into a beautiful piece of jewelry! Demonstrations will be geared toward completion of the ring project; students may opt to work on a different project.

Materials Fee: includes most materials, N95 dustmask and ancient bronze casting grain. Student who wish to work in sterling silver should bring clean silver scrap or casting grain.

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

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Recycle Workshop:

Gold and Silver Jewelry from Scratch

Saturday, Nov. 30
10:00 am- 4:00 pm

$95

Instructor Amy Reeves

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Course description: Learn how to turn all your precious metal scraps into new jewelry! This class will cover alloy identification, how to determine silver and gold content, melting, casting an ingot and using the rolling mill to produce new stock from silver and gold scrap, broken jewelry or casting grain. Bring in your old pieces and you'll learn how to identify the karat (or purity) of the metal, melt it with a torch and make it into wire or sheet, ready to turn into a new piece of jewelry! Amy will also demonstrate direct casting methods such as water casting, straw casting and salt casting. Limited to six students.

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 pickled, pre-cleaned and ready to go. If possible sort by fine silver, sterling silver and karat gold scrap.

Prerequisite: Beginning Jewelry or equivalent

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Adventures in Enameling

Sunday, Dec. 1
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$100

Instructor Dorin Meinhart **Class is Full**Please email to be placed on the waitlst.

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how to enamel diy jewelry

Course description: Learn all about the basics of enameling on copper. Dorin will cover how to apply and fire opaque and transparent enamels. She will cover several design techniques, including , stencils, sgraffito, foil shapes and how to embed mesh into the enamels. Learn how to create a collage of design elements with beads, millefiori and different glass elements. Great for absolute beginners as well as those with some enamel experience.

Materials: Most materials included.  Students should bring an N95 dust mask and paper and pencil for note taking.

Prerequisite: None. This class is great for all levels.

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Blacksmithing Weekend

Sat/Sun, Dec. 7 & 8
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

$300 plus $60 materials

Instructor Mike Mathewson

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Blacksmithing Workshop

Course description: You will learn basic blacksmithing techniques with a variety of hands on projects ranging from decorative to functional. Possible projects include plant hangers, candlestick holders, fire pokers, decorative hooks and barbeque skewers, just to name a few.  You'll even learn to make your own blacksmithing tools! Mike will cover safety and operation of a gas forge and all the tools, as well as basic hammering and heating techniques. Learn how to determine what type of steel to select for your projects, ferrous vs. non-ferrous metals, different types of steels and the pros and cons of scrap steel sources. Mike will also have forges for sale if you want to continue on your own. Minimum 4 students, maximum 10

Materials: $60, payable to the instructor (cash/check only). Each student has his/her own forge and anvil to work with during the class.  Students should bring safety glasses and leather work gloves.

Location:1207 Martin Luther King, Tacoma 98405

Prerequisite: None

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Bezel Setting Workshop

December 7
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$100 plus materials

Instructor Amy Reeves

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Bezel Setting Workshop

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 or object to set or purchase one from our assortment. Students should bring $10-$20 to cover the cost of silver.

Prerequisite: No experience necessary!

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Polymer Clay Possibilities

Sunday, Dec. 8
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

$75 plus $20 materials

Instructor Meredith Arnold

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Meredith Arnold teaches Polymer Clay

Course description:  Polymer clay offers many possibilities in jewelry making. Meredith will show you a variety of techniques to take you from beginner or intermediate to advanced skills in short order. Our project centers around creating a tile bracelet. You will learn tricks for simplifying construction, and a lot of fun surface techniques. Meredith will share her tips and help you step by step so you can put your own spin on this versatile material. Some tools are included as well as instruction for making your own tools.

Materials: $20 paid to the instructor in class for the polymer clay, special sanding material, and some tools to take home, plus the instructor will bring some tools to share for use during class.

Prerequisite: None

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Beginning Jewelry Workshop

Saturday, Dec. 14
10:00 am - 4:30 pm

$100

Instructor Amy Reeves

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Course description: A great starter class for absolute beginners. Learn to design and make your own jewelry step by step!  Amy will cover many metalsmithing fundamentals, including sawing, filing, stamping, hammering, soldering and texturing.  Students will be guided step by step in the use of studio equipment like torches, hand tools, and rolling mill.  No prior jewelry experience is necessary, students of all levels are welcome. 

Materials included: Copper and brass provided for in class use, silver available for purchase.

Prerequisite: none

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Five Golden Rings

Sunday, December 15
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$100 plus materials

Instructor Jennifer Stenhouse

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Five Gold Rings at TMAC

Course description: Learn to use gold-filled 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 without the cost! 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! 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 (2-3" is enough for one ring), and 10K or 14K yellow gold solder (hard, medium or easy), or purchase enough for their projects in class-approximately $10 - $30. Optional-1.5 mm round faceted stones. Students may opt to bring solid 14K gold wire to work with.

Prerequisite: Beginning jewelry or equivalent.

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Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive

Intensive- 3 days

December 20, 21 & 22
Friday/ Saturday/Sunday
10:00 am- 5:00 pm

$325

Instructor Amy Reeves

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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, 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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NEW!:Mixture of Metals and Surface Treatment Techniques

Sat/Sun Dec 28 & 29
10:00am - 5:00 pm

$215

Instructor Jane Martin

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Course Description:
There are many ways and names to combine different metals together. This class will explore many of them. Make earrings or a necklace using surface treatment techniques such as roller printing, stamping, overlay/applique/inlay and marriage-of-metals. Construction and forming methods will be taught. Patinas and finishes will also be covered. 

Materials: Copper and brass included, students may purchase sterling silver or bring it to class.

Prerequisite: This is a class for anyone that has taken a beginning class (or more) before.

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NEW!: Enameling: form and color

Saturday, Jan 4
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$115

Instructor Dorin Meinhart

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Course description: Dorin will cover how to do simple forming with dapping punches, fold forming and hydraulic pressing. Then, learn to apply and fire enamels on a three dimensional surface. She will cover several design techniques, including , stencils, sgraffito, foil shapes and how to embed mesh into the enamels.

Materials: Most materials included.  Students should bring an N95 dust mask and paper and pencil for note taking.

Prerequisite: Some enameling experience would be helpful but is not necessary

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Metal Embossing Basics

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

$75 plus materials

Instructor Glenda Dixon

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Embossing metal with glenda dixon

Course description: Learn to create decorative relief using embossing techniques in this fun one day class! Similar to repoussé metalwork in relief, students will create 3-D artwork that shines and reflects light beautifully. Learn to create quick and easy relief in thin sheet metal using minimal tools. Using simple hand tools we will cover the basics of metal embossing in this techniques-based class. Working on copper or aluminum, Glenda will show you how to make beautiful relief designs in sheet metal using only hand tools. Learn how to transfer your design on to the metal, then use simple hand tools to create dimension and detail. Glenda will also show you how to fill and mount your piece for strength. Great for mixed media, students will make a decorative tile, plaque, or other ornamental item. Book marks, book bindings, box lids, the possibilities are endless! Bring an image of your choice or use one of ours, and learn to coax wonderfully complex dimension out of thin sheet metal. Add a patina if you wish for a more dramatic effect.

Materials: $15 fee collected in class covers 6"x12" copper and 6"x12"aluminum tooling metal, tool kit and embossing pad to take home. Additional metal available for purchase in class

Prerequisite: none, open to all levels age 12 and up

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--------TMAC will take a break between Jan. 6 - Jan 15 for inventory and maintenence------

Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive

Intensive- 3 days

January 18 & 19, 20

Saturday/Sunday/Monday
10:00 am- 5:00 pm

$325

Instructor Amy Reeves

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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, 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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NEW!:Forging Jewelry Forms

Saturday, January 25
10:00 am- 5:00 pm

$125

Instructor Julia Lowther

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Forging Jewelry Forms

Course description: Forging is a great way to add dimension and detail to your work. Discover the secret to twisting brass rods like silly putty and form them into an elegant cuff bracelet. Julia will also show you how to make a beautiful forged silver wave ring to remind you of the calming swish of the sea. You'll learn to do basic jewelry magic (aka: forging, shaping, sawing and soldering) in this fun class. When friends exclaim over your lovely new jewelry, they'll be impressed with both your taste AND your new skills! If you have never used a torch before, this is an excellent class to start with. The instructor will be with you every step of the way.

Materials fee: tba

Prerequisite: None, all levels welcome.

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Precious Metal Clay: PMC Freeform Stone Setting

Sunday, January 26
10:00 am- 4:00 pm

$85 plus $65 materials

Instructor Ruth Greening

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Freeform Stone setting in PMC

Course description:  The majority of cabochons can not be fired in the Precious Metal Clay.  This class will show you how to create settings to accommodate those stones and to have the freedom to use wonderful freeform stones, sea shells and other interesting pieces that would be destroyed in the firing process.
Students should bring a flat back cabochon freeform shape, or a shell that is not too thick.  If not sure, bring several to choose from or see Amy’s selection of fine stones.

Materials:. $65 fee paid to instrucor in class (cash/check preferred) includes two 15g packages PMC3 clay, the use of all tools to finish pendant.

Prerequisite: At least one class working with PMC

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Classical Wire Wrapping

Saturday, Feb. 15
10:00 am- 4:00 pm

$80 plus $25 materials

Instructor Ruth Greening

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Classical Wire Wrapping

Course description: Classical wire wrapped jewelry is a great way to make stunning designs using simple techniques, minimal tools and no soldering.  In this class we will learn the basics for a precision wire wrapping technique - classical wire wrapping.  Using square and half-round wire, we will learn to build a light weight, open back setting that will really show off the stone.  Ruth will show how to capture the stone in a clean wire-wrapped setting and how to integrate a streamlined bail as part of the pendant design. Learn the technique step by step while you create two gorgeous pendants that you can wear home!

Materials: $25 paid to instructor in class (cash/check only)for stone and Silver Fill wire. Tools provided for use in class. 

Prerequisite: none

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