Learn the basics of jewellery making while up-cycling vintage pieces into a new charm bracelet, necklace and a pair of earrings!
Emma’s passion for the natural world informs her work. This passion is incorporated into sustainability principles within her contemporary jewellery and business practice. Emma has taken part in The Repairs Workshop, a collaborative investigation into the concept of ‘repair’, as a part of the State of Design Festival. She has also established The Treasury, a monthly workshop, run from her studio in Melbourne’s Nicholas Building, in which jewellery lovers are invited to bring in broken or unloved pieces to be fixed or re-imagined.
First, we will cover the techniques, terms and tools of fashion jewellery making. Emma Grace will then guide you through an exploration of your personal style and the design and creation of your very own bespoke jewellery to take home. All materials and tools will be provided.
Class Booking Conditions
Bookings are considered final once payment is made, no refunds will be given for nonattendances. However, if at least 7 days notice is given of inability to attend, a transfer to an available class of equivalent value may be organised, with a $10 administration fee applicable.
If there are insufficient numbers for a class it may be cancelled or postponed. In this case, you will be notified as soon as possible and given the option of a full refund or a transfer to a class of equivalent value.
Friday, 21 October 2016, 6.30 – 9.00pm
- An exploration of your personal style and the design and creation of your very own bespoke jewellery to take home.
- Basics of jewellery making while upcycling vintage pieces into a new charm bracelet, necklace and a pair of earrings!
- Techniques, terms and tools of fashion jewellery making explained and demonstrated.
- Enjoy light refreshments, the company of other creative people and create your own bespoke pieces.
- Take home 3 items made by you - a charm bracelet, necklace and earrings.
- Your interest to learn!
Individuals and small groups keen to get together, learn something new and be creative.
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