The jewelry/metals area focuses on the technical development of skills and the conceptual understanding of contemporary jewelry and metalsmithing. Instruction concentrates on contemporary academic and gallery-based work. At the introductory level this offers the foundation for more advanced exploration while establishing a solid technical base of skills through a succession of process-focused courses. The primary goal of the intermediate and advanced levels of instruction is to allow the student to develop a distinctive, effective, intelligent and emotionally honest body of work. In addition, students are encouraged to develop a solid relationship with the field by joining professional organizations, attending symposia and conferences and submitting their own work for exhibition.
Specialized enamel tools and supplies include:
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