BEYOND THE BASICS: DESIGN AND FABRICATION IN METAL
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|Dates:||Monday, August 3 - October 12, 2020
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|Exception Dates:||No Class 9/21|
|Meets:||10:00 AM to 1:20 PM 9 sessions|
|Notes:||All staff, instructors, and students will be required to wear face masks while in the building and during their class. Each individual will be responsible for providing their own covering; however, additional masks will be on hand in case of breakage or if a mask becomes dirty. Class sizes may be reduced for Social Distancing, and hand washing is encouraged before, during and after class.|
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This class guides students as they transition from beginning level metalsmithing techniques to an intermediate level of design and fabrication. Students will work on more complex, instructor-guided projects, furthering their fabrication skills, craftsmanship and design sense. Projects and demonstrations vary each quarter and may include mechanisms such as hinges, clasps, findings, and surface design techniques. PREREQUISITE: Three Beginning Jewelry and Metalsmithing classes at the Spruill Center for the Arts, or by permission of the instructor.