Month Flat Week Day
Date: Wednesday, July 13, 2011 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Categories: US MIDWEST

Are you struggling with a necklace or pin design? Do you have great polymer or PMC ideas that end up being just so-so jewelry? It doesn’t have to be that hard.

In this exciting, stimulating workshop you will learn basic design principles that will shorten your learning curve and help you make better jewelry. There are many hands on experiments and tricks of the trade to help you out of sticky design situations.

Bring your jewelry and spend time learning to analyze and critique your work in a safe and open environment. Learn how to bring intention and awareness to your design process and bring out what you really want to say.

Once you have the tools of basic design and develop your “critical eye”, you will be making your best jewelry ever.

Instructor: Loretta Lam

Date: Wednesday, July 13

Level: All

Min # of Students: 10

Max # of Students: 25

Price: $105.oo US

Prerequisites: None

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