For more information email Jeff Georgantes or call the Jewelry Workshop (603.646.3226) during studio hours.
Free Art Slide Lecture & Discussion
The Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio opens for Fall Term Wednesday, September 16 at 1 pm.
Open to Dartmouth students with a valid Dartmouth ID identifying them as such.
OPEN STUDIO HOURS
- Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday: 1–5 pm
- Wednesday, Thursday: 1–9 pm
Dartmouth Students: $12 per term - $32 school year
SPECIAL FALL 2015 JEWELRY CLASSES:*
* DARTMOUTH STUDENTS: because these classes are only open to you, you must login to your Hop account first. The links below will not work unless you are logged in. If you have trouble with the login process, call or email the Hop Box Office firstname.lastname@example.org , 603.646.2422.
(all materials included in fee) No Experience Necessary
Open to Dartmouth students with a valid Dartmouth ID identifying them as such
Contact email@example.com with any questions.
New Series: Introduction to Jewelrymaking
Sign up for one, two or all of them
Each class will offer a pile of tips and tricks and a finished project to take home
Sawing straight lines, curves and corners, drilling and piercing.
Project: zodiac or creature keychains Tuesday, Sept. 29, 6-9 pm, $15
Learn about different types of solder, different joints and torches.
Project: silver-lined brass or copper ring
Tuesday, Oct. 6, 6-9 pm, $15
Tuesday, Oct. 13, 6-9 pm
Metal connections create awesome shapes & forms.
Project: Silver earrings
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 6-9 pm, $15
**FREE GUEST ARTIST WORKSHOP**
Jack da Silva, San Francisco Bay Area
Don’t miss this metalsmithing legend
ANCIENT METALFORMING TECHNIQUES
Learn all about hammer and shaping sheet metal vessels
Friday, September 25, 3-5 pm
Dartmouth Students Only - No Experience Necessary
GETTING A GRIP – Free Art Slide Lecture & Discussion
(No signup or registration needed)
Jack da Silva, master jeweler and metalsmith from the San Francisco, Bay Area will explore how his artisan background, performing music and their 100 year-old family business as a third generation gravestone maker influenced his metalwork and interest in researching ancient metalworking techniques.
September 25, 6 PM
Wilson Hall Rm. 219
Free and Open to All
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org, 603-646-3226