Jewelry Courses

Jewelry I

Jewelry I introduces the use, design, and creation of wearable art and continues with basic jewelry fabrication and metalsmithing concepts, processes, materials,tools, and equipment usage. The student will work with various metals and jewelry techniques such as: sawing, piercing, soldering, and forming in the construction and creation of wearable art objects. Studio safety will be emphasized. This course may be repeated three times for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

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Jewelry II

Jewelry II builds on the skills and knowledge learned in Jewelry I, including the introduction to contemporary conceptual art as it applies to jewelry and body adornment. Advanced fabrication and metalsmithing, concepts, processes, materials, tools, equipment and techniques are introduced. The student will work with various metals and techniques in jewelry creation, such as etching, forming, forging, casting, stone setting, enameling, and anodizing. Studio safety will be emphasized. This course may be repeated 3 times for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

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