Bronze Clay Jewelry: An Introduction
Lifelong Learning

Bronze evokes images of antiquity -- when artisans formed magnificent jewelry thousands of years ago. A modern version, bronze metal clay, can be formed like ceramic clay. It is then fired in a small kiln to create durable jewelry. In the first session of this introductory class, you'll become familiar with working with bronze metal clay. It can be stamped, pressed into silicon molds, or impressed with natural or household objects to create unique patterns and designs. With the metal clay provided, you can make one or more pendants, earrings, and/or several bracelet charms. Learn finishing techniques in the second session and craft your bronze elements into wearable creations.

This course is part of the Jewelry Maker Series
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Class Sections For Bronze Clay Jewelry: An Introduction (LLCFT 241)

Fall 2021 Section 1, Starting on: 09/18/2021

This class takes place in person at the Continuing Education and Community Engagement building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC). Special fee is for bronze clay and jewelry-making materials. Class is limited to 12.

Date(s) Day Time Location
09/18/21 - 09/25/21 S 10:30 am -1:30 pm UUCE 138
Tuition: $109.00 + Special Fee: $15.00 = $124.00      

Instructor: CAROL AVERY

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