Jewelry Student Art

Jewelry I introduces the use, design and creation of wearable art. Students learn basic jewelry fabrication and metalsmithing concepts, processes, materials, tools and equipment usage. They work with various metals and jewelry techniques, such as sawing, piercing, soldering and forming, to construct and create their own wearable art objects. Jewelry II builds on the skills and knowledge learned in Jewelry I, including an introduction to contemporary conceptual art as it applies to jewelry and body adornment.

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  • Jewelry Student Work 1
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