Plus $25 Material/kit fee payable in cash to the instructor on the first day of class. Additional materials may also be available from the instructor.
This dimensional workshop which is one day a week for 6 weeks, will start with learning the basics of how to create a box, a cylinder and a dapped circle form. Each form has their own tricks involved in their creation; participants will learn a variety of tools and techniques that make these forms functional. We will review filing, scoring, sanding, sawing, rivets and forming. The finishing touch for any one of these objects will include either a tension fit lid or a hinge and clasp. Participants will leave class with a finished box, cylinder and locket.
Wednesdays, May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 & June 13, 2018, 6pm to 9pm
Requires a Minimum of 2 participants.
Instructor: Leah Meleski
Prerequisites: All students must be at least 18 years old.
Intermediate skill level – You have taken the beginning jewelry courses and/or are proficient with soldering, sawing, drilling, polishing, rolling mill/roller printing, etc.
And have taken Beginning and Intermediate jewelry classes and are confident with their soldering skills.
* Fast Track offerings are those that are done over a compact period of time, OR a lot of work performed per session – rather than the regular schedule (typically 1 class a week, over 5 weeks). As many folks ask for a course both ways, we often offer both types. See the Complete Course Catalog for all options.