Mixed Metals Pendant Jewelry Making Workshop
Spring quarter class:
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Class fee: $49
In this fun beginner jewelry making class, you will learn to use metal working techniques such as hammering, stamping, and wire shaping to create a stunning pendant necklace. High quality Turkish brass and sterling silver will be the metals of the day and all materials and equipment needed will be provided. Your finished one of a kind piece will be ready to wear and comes with all the bragging rights of “I made that!”
Guest Teaching Artist:
Noelle Trudeau has always been drawn to artistic expression via numerous mediums. Living in Portland she has truly found a home as an artist. Feeling inspired by the beautiful city and the quiet power of nature she began noniko in 2010 as an outlet for metal smithing and her one of a kind pieces of jewelry. More recently she has shifted her focus to creating macrame and woven wall art. In 2017 she came on board with Assembly, where she enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for crafts with students across all skill levels and ages.
Location & Registration:
Nucleus Portland -- 1445 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214
This hands-on workshop will take place at Nucleus Portland, a locally run gallery connecting the art community through exhibitions, special events, and libations. Students will be inspired by this bright and modern setting and are encouraged to enjoy a beverage from the bar, including beer, wine, cider, and non-alcoholic options.
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** Also, check out the Metal Stamping Jewelry Classes coming up in March and April! **