Jewelry Design: From Basic to Advanced Creations

Jun 8 - Aug 10
Wednesday 1:00-4:00 PM 7 sessions
Wednesday 1:00-4:00 PM 7 sessions
If you would like more information about this or any other course offerings, please contact a SVACE Course Advisor at:
​ Tchin, Metalsmith, performance artist
Designed for all levels of jewelry enthusiasts, students in this course will work at their own pace to create original jewelry pieces. Techniques covered include sawing, filing, forming, joining, soldering, annealing, filing shapes, ring sizing, sanding, wax carving, joining of metals, embossing techniques on metal, polishing, texturing metal and stone setting. Students will develop ideas for creating jewelry, such as earrings, necklaces, bracelets and chains. Beginners will start by making a sterling silver three-ring rolling ring. Technical problem solving, mastering new skills, and instilling confidence and competency will be emphasized. Students are welcome to continue their projects from previous classes. Individual assistance from the instructor will be given throughout the course.
NOTE: This course is held on campus at SVA.
Course Number
3 CEUs