JEWELRY/METALS WORKSHOPS & CLASSES
Some Metal Jewelry Classes Are Open to Teens – Please Call to Inquire
Teen Color Play with Enamels with Lucy Golden
Enameling is an ancient art in which powdered glass is fused with metal. In this class, students will be introduced to the techniques of sifting, stenciling, and sgraffito, among others, and will end up with unique and colorful pieces.
One Day Workshop Ages 11-16+
Sunday, December 10th 12:00PM to 4:00PM
Tuition $60 Materials: $15 paid to instructor
Prong Settings with Tom Woods
In this day long workshop, instructor Tom Woods shares what he has learned about making prong settings for cabochons and faceted stones. Participants will make a pendant or ring that has a stone held in place using prongs. Learn how to measure and lay out prongs so the finished jewelry piece looks symmetrical and balanced. Learn effective soldering and fusing tricks for prong work. Come away with a beautiful piece of jewelry. The instructor will have stones for you to select from, or you may bring one of your own. Soldering experience required.
Two Day Workshop
Saturday & Sunday, December 2nd & 3rd 10:00AM to 3:00PM
Tuition: $125 Estimated Materials Fee: TBD
Metals Open Studio Hours
Wednesday 9-12 & 6-9 PM
Need more independent time in the studio to continue working on a class project or start other personal projects? A monitor will be available to oversee the studio.
Students provide their own materials, but may utilize the tools, soldering and finishing equipment in the studio.
$5.00 per hour ~ 10 hours for $40.00
Prerequisites: Students who have completed Jewelry Fundamentals and at least one course of Guided Open Session may use the Metals Open Studio.
Littleton Retail Gallery
81 Main Street Lower Level
Littleton, NH 03561
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