Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Jewelry Making Classes at Metalwerx + Lexington Arts and Crafts Society

I will be teaching two classes this Spring, one at Metalwerx in Waltham and the other at the Lexington Arts and Crafts Society in Lexington,  both in Massachusetts.


A few weeks ago I was offered a brilliant opportunity to teach at the renowned non-profit jewelry school and community studio Metalwerx. Classes and workshops offered here have been taught by metal artists such as Michael Good, Cynthia Eid, Chris Ploof and Chris Darway. I'm very excited to be working at this incredibly equipped studio and join their exciting community. The class I will be offering is called, 'Hollow Form Fabrication' and will cover how to create larger scale, lightweight hollow jewelry - specialty and favorite! The classes will be every Tuesday from 10am -1pm and will run from April 22nd through June 10th. Visit their site for more details on how to register, their refund policy and safety.

I will also continue my class at Lexington Arts and Crafts Society from last year that offers intermediate level jewelry making students the opportunity to work on independent projects with my support and guidance. I will also provide demonstrations on a student need basis that will be shared with the entire class. To register for this class call 781.862.9696

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2 comments:

knitsteel said...

Congratulations! I'd love to teach at Metalwerx sometime. Cynthia Eid highly recommended it.

skowood said...

Thanx so much! You should definitely teach a workshop or course in forging at Metalwerx I'd be the 1st to sign up!