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Metals II Intensive

Denver School of Metal Arts

Friday, March 24, 2017 - Monday, March 27, 2017
Denver School of Metal Arts 6810 N. Broadway, Unit L Clear Creek Business Center DenverCO  80221
Friday, March 24, 2017 - Monday, March 27, 2017
Denver School of Metal Arts 6810 N. Broadway, Unit L Clear Creek Business Center DenverCO  80221

What's Included

Fri - Mon, Mar 24 - 27, 2017 Instructor: Darlene Armstrong or Tori Rushing Prerequisite: Metalsmithing I Class Limit: 10 Class Duration: 30 Hours In this class, students will build on previously learned skills from Metalsmithing I and enhance their jewelry making abilities by learning how to make a 5-6 cabochon stone bracelet with a handmade toggle clasp, logo tag and a textured ring band with a cabochon stone. New techniques that will be learned are making jump rings, sawing, drilling, ring forming and soldering, working with tubing, making a toggle clasp, practice making bezels to set various shaped cabochons, practice setting several stones, with an emphasis on modern professional finishing techniques. Upon completion of this class students will be awarded a certificate of completion of 30 hours class time, as well as extensive step by step handouts for each project and a free 4 hour open studio card.

About This Organizer

The Denver School of Metal Arts is a dynamic jewelry making school that specializes in year round classes, workshops and summer intensive courses for jewelers and metalsmiths. Our classes are taught by experienced jewelry artists and teachers, who provide a stimulating environment in which our students are able to explore their design potential and hone their technical skills.

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  • Denver School of Metal Arts

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Denver School of Metal Arts 6810 N. Broadway, Unit L Clear Creek Business Center DenverCO  80221
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