Metalsmithing TC02

Dates: 09/10/2018 – 10/29/2018
Times: 1:30 PM -4:30 PM (8 Mondays)
Ages: 18+
Instructor: Pat Falbo
Member Rate: 210
Non-Member Rate: 240
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Metalsmithing TC02

Students will be taught basic metal forming techniques, as well as stone setting and design. Two projects will be completed: first, a simple hammered cuff bracelet with a stone setting; then a more intricate bracelet of the artist's own design. The class will be able to study several of the instructor's own pieces, some of which have won recognition for unique design quality.


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Students will be taught how to order metal on the first day of class.

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