Intensives run 9am-4pm. All teen classes have a minimum of 3 and maximum of 6 students. Students should bring their lunch or money for lunch at Ula Cafe and Chilacates. We walk to one each day.
Wearable art has been around since before there was fire. Copper and brass are utilized while learning the basics of jewelry fabrication including: sawing, filing, riveting, texturing, soldering and polishing. Students work in silver to create a bezel set cabochon stone (provided). Additional silver is available for purchase. Students should wear closed-toe shoes and tie back long hair.
WINTER 2017 TEEN INTENSIVES
Teen Jewelry – 9pm-4pm, Tues-Thurs – 2/21-2/23 OR 4/18-4/20 – $475
Pick your preferred date after you click the green signup box.
Welding is an essential part of our lives – from the cars we drive, to the buildings we live in, and has also become prevalent in modern art. Students learn shop safety, how to use tools and equipment, finishing methods, project planning and completion. Various welding techniques are covered including gas and arc welding. Students should wear closed-toe leather shoes, non-frayed jeans, a long sleeve natural fiber shirt, an old cap or bandanna and tie back long hair.
Teen Welding – 9am-4pm, Tues-Thurs – 2/21-2/23 OR 4/18-4/20 – $475. Pick your preferred date after you click the green signup box.
Overview of ancient and contemporary casting techniques used in the creation of jewelry. Techniques covered: Cuttlefish, sand, broom and lost wax casting. Bronze is included in the cost of the workshop. Students should wear closed-toe shoes and tie back long hair.