are introduced to fundamental metalworking techniques and instructed on
usage of specialized tools through detailed demonstrations and studio
work in NSCAD’s fully equipped jewellery studio. Projects include a
ring, chain making, and hollow construction. Tuition includes supplies
for class projects and use of jewellery tools. This course accommodates
both introductory and more advanced levels of study.
pen, and N95 rated dust mask to the first class. MATERIALS INCLUDED.
Class Limit is 12.
Registration and withdrawal deadline: January 30, 2017
||ESJW-0111-A [Register Online] |
||H119, 5163 Duke Street
|Date / Time: ||Wed Feb 8-April 5, 6:30–9:30pm (9 sessions)|
|Tuition: ||$380.00 + HST |
Intermediate Jewellery Making(note date change)
Students will broaden their knowledge in jewellery making by further exploring techniques learned in “Introduction to Jewellery Making”, and learning new techniques of higher skill. Demos will be given on new techniques such as hydraulic press forming, inlay and fold forming.Exploration and development of personal designs are encouraged in consultation with the instructor. Tuition includes some supplies and the use of jewellery tools, students are responsible for providing their own silver.
Bring notebook, pen, dust mask to first class. Prerequisite: Introduction to Jewellery Making or equivalent. Class Limit is 12.
Registration and withdrawal deadline: February 2, 2017
|Course Code:||ESJW-0311-A [Register Online]|
|Site:||H119, 5163 Duke Street|
|Date / Time: ||*Thurs Feb 16-April 13, 6:30-9:30 (9 sessions)|
|Tuition: ||$320.00 + HST |