In this two day workshop students will be guided through a series of exercises that lead toward minimal, sophisticated solutions themed around new ways of thinking about jewelry, stone setting, and self expression. The focus of this workshop is to refine simple techniques and gestures in order to create innovative new solutions to the fundamental equation of jewelry.

April 8 & 9   11 am – 6 pm

Taught by Adam Grinovich


Adam Grinovich was born in Boston Massachusetts USA and received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art in the Jewelry and Metalsmithing program. After working in the CAD/CAM industry for 2 years he continued his studies, receiving an MFA in jewelry from Konstfack University in Stockholm Sweden.

Grinovich’s career in jewelry is punctuated by travel and exchange. He has assisted in the studios of prominent artists and designers in Switzerland, and Holland. He has an extensive list of international exhibitions, most recently in the Schmuck 2017 international jewelry exhibition in Munich, Germany.

The work of Adam Grinovich deals with the themes of glamour, perceived value, technology, and adornment. His work crystallizes moments into microcosms, investigates the sublime qualities of craft, and collects simple gestures into complex expressions.