Silver Clay Jewelry: An Introduction
Lifelong Learning

Building upon your previous experience with metal clay, you'll work with a highly concentrated form of silver clay. In the first session, create a personalized rubber stamp for an impression. The stamp can be based either on a design idea brought to class (approximately one-inch square) or inspired by samples provided by the instructor. Design jewelry piece(s) based on the fabricated stamp; then form one or more components. Explore attachment options for finishing before firing the silver clay. In the second session, you'll learn various ways of coloring the surface, beyond oxidation. Optionally, try your hand at wire-wrapped findings. The class fee includes sufficient silver clay to make at least one pendant, earring set, or several bracelet charms. You'll walk away from this class with your own unique pieces of wearable art. Prerequisite: LLCFT 241 Bronze Clay Jewelry or equivalent experience.

This course is part of the Jewelry Maker Series
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Class Sections For Silver Clay Jewelry: An Introduction (LLCFT 242)

Fall 2021 Section 1, Starting on: 10/16/2021

This class takes place in person at the Continuing Education and Community Engagement building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC). Special fee is for silver clay and jewelry-making materials. Students must have taken LLCFT 241 Bronze Clay Jewelry or have equivalent experience with metal clay. Class is limited to 12.

Date(s) Day Time Location
10/16/21 - 10/23/21 S 10:30 am -1:30 pm UUCE 138
Tuition: $109.00 + Special Fee: $50.00 = $159.00      

Instructor: CAROL AVERY

Registration for this class will close on 10/09/2021 at midnight

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