Class Name :
Contemporary Jewelry • MJJS181L01
Class Date :
February 23 - May 01
Meeting Times :
Tue 6–9pm (14 sessions)
Class Location :
About this Class:
Challenge yourself in this exploratory class that straddles the line between sculpture and adornment. Consider the body and its relation to the space it inhabits. Consider jewelry archetypes and their significance to the wearer—and to the viewer. Students will learn techniques to create jewelry, gaining skills in basic metal fabrication, soldering, and piercing. Learn these conventions, then learn to break them.
- a piece of jewelry of significance
- something you like to hold in your hand
- a small object of emotional significance for setting
No class Mar 20
Where: All classes are held in the Art School Metals studio.
Tools & Supplies: Silver and other metals may be purchased from the Art School for additional fees.
Open Studio: Students must have completed one introductory metals course at the Honolulu Museum of Art School and must be currently enrolled in a class to attend.
Artwork by Juvana Soliven
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