11 am - 6 pm
Steel provides the possibility of creating larger and lighter forms with low material costs, and offers a unique voice to contemporary jewelry and objects. Pieces can be made purely from steel or in combination with gold, silver, copper, brass, or other materials.
In this two-day workshop, students will learn the working properties of mild steel wire and sheet through various fabrication techniques. These processes will include soldering steel, soldering non-ferrous metals to steel, forming, pickling, cold-connections, patinas and various finishes. This class is great for beginners and intermediate students wanting to explore new materials and techniques.
Open to all levels.
Withdrawals from class 7 days prior to the start of the class will receive a full refund for the class minus a 5% processing fee. If cancellation occurs 3-6 days prior to the class, we will provide a 50% refund. Cancellations 48 hours or less receive a 25% refund. Refunds will not be provided for no-shows or same-day cancellations.
We do not refund tuition for classes that students miss due to their own circumstances. Students enrolled in multi-session studio courses (excluding workshops and intensives) may make-up missed class sessions during open studio hours for up to two weeks after the last class meeting.
We reserve the right to cancel or discontinue any class, in which case you may choose to receive a refund, apply the class credit towards a different course, or receive a tuition credit for future use. Tuition credits are valid for up to one year. Refunds will be issued within 30 days.