Jewelry and Metalsmithing Master Classes
Thu | Apr 25 | 3 & 4 pm
Fri | Apr 26 | 4 pm
Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio | Free
Open to Dartmouth students only.
Fri | Apr 26 | 6:30 pm | Alumni Hall | Free
Discussion moderated by Paulette Werger, reception to follow. Open to all.
Full Day Workshop with Guest Artists
Sat | Apr 27 | 10 am–5 pm
Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio | $125 | DS $75
Register here or contact the Hop Box Office at 603.646.2422.
For more info, 603.646.3226 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
JEWELRY AND METALSMITHING SYMPOSIUM
with guest artists
Andy Cooperman, Donald Friedlich & Deborah Lozier
The Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio brings a very special event to the Hopkins Center: the 2013 Dartmouth College Jewelry and Metalsmithing Symposium, in which three extraordinary jewelry/metals artists from across the country converge in Hanover for three days of activities.
Part of the Celebration of the Hopkins Center of the Arts 50th Anniversary and Dartmouth College’s Year of the Arts.
Cosponsored by Craft Studies at the Hanover League of New Hampshire Craftsmen.
Andy Cooperman, metalsmith, teacher and writer has lived and worked in Seattle since 1984 where he builds jewelry and small objects for museum exhibitions, galleries and private clients. His work has been featured in many publications, including Penland Book of Jewelry and the new book Humor in Craft and is held in private and public collections that include the Victoria and Albert Museum, Central College in Pella Iowa, and the Tacoma Art Museum. Andy teaches and lectures nationally and taught in the metals program at the University of Washington 2006-2008. His work has been shown recently in Esoterica: Through the Looking Glass, a Tributaries solo exhibition at The National Ornamental Metals Museum in Memphis and in Radical Alchemy in the Courthouse Galleries, Portsmouth, Virginia. Andy was honored to be selected as the 2011-2012 Eric Yake Kenagy Visiting Artist at Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana which included an exhibition of his work, Disparate Elements at the Goshen College Hershberger Art Gallery. andycooperman.com
Andy Cooperman: State of Affairs | Sleeper Cell | Sting
Donald Friedlich received his BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1982 and is a past-President of the Society of North American Goldsmiths and past-Chair of the Editorial Advisory Committee of Metalsmith Magazine. His work is in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Schmuckmuseum, Pforzheim, Germany, the Corning Museum of Glass, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Mint Museum of Craft and Design, the Newark Museum, the Racine Art Museum, and the Museum of Arts and Design. Friedlich has lectured at conferences and universities throughout the USA and across the globe, including Australia, Taiwan, Germany, Austria and China. Most recently, he was an artist in residence in the glass and metals programs at California College of the Arts. donaldfriedlich.com
Donald Friedlich: Untitled 1 | Untitled 2 | Untitled 3
Deborah Lozier is an internationally known metalsmith and enamelist residing in Oakland, California. She is an adjunct professor at California College of the Arts and teaches workshops at art institutions throughout the United States and England. Working with students from diverse points of view has informed her process with a rich understanding of the materials and reinforces her core belief that experimentation is the root of innovation. Lozier’s jewelry and sculpture have been published in numerous books and magazines. She has received artist grants from the City of Oakland and the Society of North American Goldsmiths, is a past president of the San Francisco Bay Area Metal Arts Guild and a former co-chair of the Public Art Advisory Committee for the City of Oakland. Along with many private collections, her work is also included in the permanent collection of the Oakland Museum of California. deborahlozier.com
Deborah Lozier: Ambiguities | Boundaries brooch | Boundaries necklace