Intermediate/Advanced Jewelry Making - Day

Winter 2021/2022 / Fibers, Metals, Paper, and More

Incorporate your basic jewelry making skills with more advanced opportunities. In this hands-on class, along with Instructor demonstration, students will practice the techniques needed to further their jewelry making capabilities. Discover how to use the Rolling Mill to add texture to your metal. Learn how to set your jewelry up for more controlled soldering with cleaner outcomes.  Add motion to your pieces by making and incorporating hinges. Learn about different products that are available to help you achieve professional results.

Students will need to order precious metal (Silver) from resource suppliers before class begins. Please click here for the materials list.  Knowledge of sawing and soldering are extremely helpful.

No class on December 30th.

Masks and social distancing required.

Course Details

Age Group: Adult

Dec 2 - Jan 27 (except Dec 30)

Thursdays, 10am - 1pm

Tuition: $265 (Members: $250)

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Course Instructor

Marthe Roberts-Shea

Marthe Roberts-Shea graduated from Moore College of Art, in Philadelphia, with a double Major in Advertising and Illustration. She has been Managing Art Director for Dupont de Namours Pharmaceuticals - Delaware, and CIGNA Corporation - Philadelphia. She has successfully run her own business, Taxi Graphics, Incorporated, since 1990.