Independent Study in Jewelry

March 11, 2014 to April 15, 2014 — 06:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Instructor: Maria Fusco Member:162 | Non-Member:180 | Materials Fee: 30 Enrollment Max: 10

This class is for students continuing development of their jewelry and metalworking studies with refinement in both technical and aesthetic pursuits. Working with the instructor, students will create a variety of finished projects that express their own interests in terms of technique, style, and subject. In addition to scheduled class time, students can take advantage of open studio throughout the duration of their 6 week session. Students must have taken Jewelry I and II at The Arts Center, or have significant outside experience. Studio fee covers tool usage, gas, solder, flux, etc. Students will be expected to purchase their own materials for their individual projects, aside from these shared basics. Students can consult with instructor on where to purchase materials, and what they might need for specific projects.