Continuing and Innovative Education: Continuing & Innovative Education presents Informal Classes
Continuing and Innovative Education presents Informal Classes The University of Texas at Austin
Instructor:
Joe Ebersol

Beginning Jewelry Fabrication

This course introduces students to basic metal jewelry fabrication.  Each student will create their own design.  Various metal fabrication techniques will be taught throughout the course which will include sawing, filing, shaping, soldering, bezel stone setting, polishing, cleaning procedures, drilling and riveting.  Metals used in this class are bronze, nickel and copper.

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Requirements: The class will meet on the UT campus, ART Building in room 4.206 EXCEPT on May 5th when it will take place in 4.210.

Supplies are not required for the first class and will be discussed in detail at that time. It is recommended that students wait until after the first class to obtain supplies. All tools listed may not be required and will be determined by each individual's project/goal. Instructor will obtain supplies for students. Instructor will supply oxygen bottle and solder wire. Each student should except to spend $40-$110 depending on their project. Supplies include Bench pin, file set, saw blades, saw frame, pliers, and project metal.

Class #: IC14556
Date: Apr. 21-May 8
Day: Mondays and Thursdays (6 Meetings)
Time: 6:30 PM- 9:30 PM
Location: UT ART Building (click for map)
Price: $98.00
Class limit: 15
Current enrollment: 15
Enrollment is full.
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