Jewelry Making for Beginners and Beyond - Evening

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

Explore the craft of jewelry making by learning to fabricate your own one-of-a-kind creations! Through instructor demonstration and hands on practice, students will learn the same skills that professional jewelers use. Our Jewelry Studio has all the special tools that you’ll need to:  Saw, pierce metal, rivet, file, solder, add texture to your pieces and apply different finishes and patinas. Base metal (Copper or Brass) will be provided for you to practice technique on the first project. When you are ready to advance to different designs, you will learn how to order supplies from actual jewelry making resources. No experience necessary.

No class on December 27th.

Masks and social distancing required.

Course Details

Age Group: Adult

Nov 29 - Jan 24 (except Dec 27)

Mondays, 6:30-9:30pm

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.