20. Concrete in fine Jewellery

Course Date(s) 
Oct 21, 2019 to Dec 09, 2019
Mondays, 6:30-9:30
21 hours/7 weeks (no class Nov. 11)
Class size: 6 (a little experience necessary)
Registration Closes 
Oct 15, 2019
Costs 

$260 + materials fee approx. $120 payable to instructor on first day of class

Course Overview 

Incorporating traditional metalsmithing techniques and industrial material to create contemporary pieces. Basic jewellery skills in sawing, soldering, filling and finishing of metal, will result in making a frame in sterling silver to inlay concrete/resin. Participants will have a choice of different colored glass and semi-precious crystal incorporated and set into the frame. Each participant can make their choice of 2 pieces ring, pendant or pin. By the end of the course participants will have basic knowledge of soldering and experience working with concrete and resin.

Instructor(s) 

Michelle Plamondon BFA

Michelle Plamondon, a French-Canadian Artist/Jeweler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Received her BFA from University of Manitoba in 2015 focusing in installation art and sculpture.