Jewelry Making

Jewelry making courses at CAS provide students ages 10 and up an opportunity to learn common techniques and principles in the art form. Classes are offered in individual 3-hour workshops for an immersive one-day experience. Common techniques covered include pendant making, sawing, filing, wire wrapping and beading. Jewelry making classes allow students freedom to create something individual to them using the techniques taught in class.

Jewelry Workshop: Pendant Making

Students will explore the world of jewelry making in this one day, 3-hour workshop. This class focuses on pendant making, including sawing and filing of a circular pendant form which students can choose to make into either earrings, necklaces, or keychains. Students will have full control over what type of jewelry they are making, using the presented techniques.

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Jewelry Workshop: Wire Wrapping

Students will explore the world of jewelry making in this one day, 3-hour workshop. This class introduces general wire wrapping techniques. Students will have full control over what type of jewelry they are making, using the presented techniques.

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Jewelry Workshop: Pendant Piercing

Students will explore the world of jewelry making in this one day, 3-hour workshop. In this class, students will learn to cut out a shape within the circle of the pendant without compromising the exterior integrity. Students will have full control over what type of jewelry they are making, using the presented techniques.