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Tanya Crane, Enameling for Dimensional Forms, Metalsmithing, Jewelry
May 14 - May 16

Enameling for Dimensional Forms

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Explore the use of ultra-thin, paper-like copper in combination with liquid enamel. Learn how the copper material quickly transforms into three-dimensional forms for light and dynamic shapes that take liquid enamel remarkably well. In addition to manipulating these fine sheets, students will learn how liquid enamels can be used to create a base coat to build upon or as stand-alone elements that create fascinating textures and color combinations.

NOTE: A designated scholarship for BIPOC artist is available for this workshop. Apply by April 1, 2021. Funds from the Leora Kosofosky Endowment Fund are supporting this class. 

Only 2 spots available.
All Meals: $116.00

  • When housing is selected, MEALS are automatically added to the cart and will appear as a separate item.
  • 2nd person in the cottage: Please add ALL MEALS.
  • Non-residential students can choose LUNCH ONLY or ALL MEALS.

Registration Opens January 25, 2021