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YFA029 - Jewelry & Small Metals 9th-12th
An introductory course to strengthen your design sensibility through fabrication methods for jewelry and small metals. Learn tools, materials and techniques related to three-dimensional design by using wire and sheet metals. Learn the skills of sawing, soldering, filing, forming and polishing to transform ideas into three-dimensional pieces. Technical information combined with creativity will allow students at all skill levels to design pieces that are uniquely their own. * This class has a maximum enrollment of 12 students so register early.

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Description An introductory course to strengthen your design sensibility through fabrication methods for jewelry and small metals. Learn tools, materials and techniques related to three-dimensional design by using wire and sheet metals. Learn the skills of sawing, soldering, filing, forming and polishing to transform ideas into three-dimensional pieces. Technical information combined with creativity will allow students at all skill levels to design pieces that are uniquely their own. * This class has a maximum enrollment of 12 students so register early.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 0.00
Credit Types CE Noncredit, Credit

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