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Glass working techniques include slumping, fusing, flameworking, and stained glass. Fire art forms of jewelry making encompass traditional metalsmithing, casting, and piercing, as well as accessible techniques using metal clay. Our current jewelry classes focus on precious metal clay, while our glass program is on hiatus while we work on a facility revamp.

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Upcoming classes

    • 09 Jul 2018
    • 13 Aug 2018
    • 6 sessions
    • 3749 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN
    • 0
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    In this class, you will learn the sculpting and forming techniques used to create pendants, beads, and rings out of silver metal clay. You will also learn about firing and finishing the pure silver objects you make. Once the basic skills are covered, we will move on to advanced hollow forms and setting synthetic and natural stones into the pieces you create. This class is designed for anyone who has an interest in creating pure silver jewelry or works of art. No experience needed. Course fee includes 1/2 ounce of metal clay. Additional clay can be purchased from the instructor.  |  $225 ($180 tuition + $45 materials)

    Instructor: Laura Juul has been making jewelry all her life. She learned traditional metalsmithing techniques through the Jewelry program at MCTC before discovering Precious Metal Clay (PMC). She became a PMC Guild Certified instructor in 2002 and has been teaching PMC classes in the Twin Cities since then.

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