David Huang workshop beginning Monday June 7

by jerryscavezze on May 29, 2010

Hi all, We have one space left in the David Huang raising and chasing workshop beginning June 7. Class is 5 days, cost is $600.00.





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2010 Class Schedule

by jerryscavezze on February 5, 2010

Hi Fellow Metalsmiths,

Well the Holidays are over, the New Year is upon us and we are thinking about the future. Classes are beginning to fill, just wanted to give you a shout and let you know what we are doing this spring. 

Below is a class schedule for upcoming classes at our school. Email us with interest or questions. 

Jewelry 101 Intro. to Jewelry – Jessica Kidd – Teaches basic skills, Sawing, soldering, a little forging and bezel setting stones. 3 days, March 20-21-22, Sat-Mon. Cost is $375.00

Beginning Stone Setting- Linda Medina – This class will cover basic skills, prong setting, tube settings, bezel settings, and a hammer set stone. We will demo flat or plate set stones for those interested as well. 3 days, Mar 27-29. Class fee is $375.00.

Beginning Anticlastic Raising with Jerry Scavezze. Students will learn basic anticlastic concepts and will complete 2-3 pieces of jewelry. For samples of work see www.ScavezzeGoldsmith.com   3 days April 3-5. Cost is $400.00.

Precious Metal Clay – Rhonda Denney – this one is a 3 day class covering silver pmc as well as bronze or copper pmc.  May 8-10, Cost is $350.00

Advanced Anticlastic Raising – Jerry Scavezze. For those of you who have taken a class in anticlastic raising and want to further your education and refine your skills, this class is for you. We will work on more difficult pieces and skill sets or can help you with a project you have undertaken and need a little help with. 3 days May 23-25. Cost is $450.00

David Huang workshop. Class will be 5 days June 7-11, and is $600.00. His website is http://davidhuang.org. if you want to see his work. It’s incredible. email us if interested. Class will cover raising the vessel and chasing the surface. Patinas will not be covered, but will probably be discussed. We are still putting the details together. 

Watch our website for more details. Changes will be up in the next week or so. www.ColoradoSchoolofJewelryandMetalArts.com

Jerry Scavezze





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