Description

Indulge your passion for creative metalwork over 6 weeks. 

This exceptional class follows on from Beginners metalwork 1 and covers further basic metalwork skills that you require to move onto more complex tasks when learning to work as a silversmith. It provides students with 15 hours of class time.

Through structured learning you will gain an understanding of materials and tools used to create unique jewellery. Follow on from metalwork 1 with the techniques of riveting, texturing and working with alternate materials. Using these techniques you will complete at least 1 project of your own design.

As this is a learning environment, base metals and a silver for one project are provided. Students are welcome to purchase their own silver for use in class. You will need to discuss your design and what is needed with your teacher throughout the class. 

If you have completed this workshop previously, you are welcome to repeat this class and use the time to work on your own projects with supervision. 

ESSENTIAL TECHNIQUES COVERED

  • Texturing metal including stamping, roller printing and patination.
  • Riveting – cold connections.
  • Working with non-metal materials.
  • Correct tools selection and tool care.

* Texturing metal including stamping, roller printing and patination.* Riveting – cold connections.* Working with non-metal materials.* Correct tools selection and tool care.

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Class Schedule

Duration: 2 hours and 45 minutes per session.

What you will learn
  • Texturing metal including stamping, roller printing and patination.
  • Riveting – cold connections.
  • Working with non-metal materials.
What you will get
  • All materials – extra silver can be purchased by the student if required.
  • Tuition.
  • Notes (soft copy) – notes should be provided if possible.
  • Loan of all tools to complete work.

What to bring
  • Your materials fee is included in the class cost.
  • Please bring with you : * Apron. * Pencil and Notebook.
What to wear

OH&S protocols at SJS require all students to wear CLOSED IN shoes and for long hair to be tied back. We recommend wearng glasses instead of contact lenses and to wear minimal jewellery in a studio environment.

Appropriate for

Must have completed Beginners metalwork 1 or equivalent.


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Sydney Jewellery School

Vendor sincce 2015

Sydney Jewellery School (SJS) is Australia's leading independent contemporary jewellery facility for students wishing to learn the art of jewellery making, multi-media creative arts techniques and object 'd art creation.

The school operates from our own premises and dedicated studio space in Rosebery, an inner South/East suburb of Sydney. Housed in the Heritage Listed Leda Building our air-conditioned studio is flooded with natural light and is equipped with the latest tools and equipment.

SJS also provides space for people wishing to access bench space on a casual or daily basis.

We cater for both the beginner through to the accomplished artisan with a range of classes and techniques: Beginner classes; Class modules to build your skill level; Specialist techniques; Master classes; Visiting artists program; International teachers program.

Many of our classes and the equipment needed to participate are only available within the framework of formal University/TAFE training, SJS is proud to be able to offer short courses in these techniques to all.

Our classes are surprisingly affordable and extremely competitive. Compare for yourself.

The studio has a fully equipped kitchenette and a substantial library with a large selection of books and DVDs on Jewelry and Craft.

Our Director Menaka Cooke and Studio Manager Jae Brown and the wonderful teaching faculty at the school look forward to welcoming you to the studio and to helping you turn your creative dreams into reality.

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