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New Year, New Month, New Day

Enameling on Metal Clay - Weekly Class

Spruill Center for the Arts

5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Dunwoody, GA 30338
(770) 394-3447

THIS IS A WEEKLY CLASS

This is an 8-week course offered twice on Tuesdays. 
Register 10am - 1pm
Register 6:30pm to 9:30pm

Enameling is the art of applying glass to metal. Learn how to create deep, rich color on your metal clay work with glass enamels. Topics will include metal clay construction techniques, graduated shading, Finishing and more! Metal clay experience helpful but not required. A Materials fee of $75 is PAYABLE TO THE INSTRUCTOR at the first session. This fee covers enamels, enameling supplements and the use of instructor provided tools and equipment for the semester. It does not include metal clay. 

    Tuesday, April 2 • Tuesday, May 21

    New Day

    Beg. Metal Clay: All About Bails - Weekly Class

    Spruill Center for the Arts

    5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
    Dunwoody, GA 30338
    (770) 394-3447

    THIS IS A WEEKLY CLASS

    This is an 7-week course offered on Thursdays
    Register 10am - 1pm 
    Register 6:30pm to 9:30pm

    Explore the exciting world of silver clay. Silver clay is .999 pure silver powder mixed with organic binders allowing you to work it like clay. It can be molded, sculpted, rolled, textured, and more. The binder burns away when fired, leaving pure silver. 

    This seven week course will explore a variety of ways to make and hang a pendant.   The course is open to all, from those who have never touched metal clay before to experienced users who are looking to expand their metal clay vocabulary.

      Thursday, April 4 • Thursday, May 23

      New Day

      Adventures in Bronze Clay

        

      Spruill Center for the Arts

      5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
      Dunwoody, GA 30338
      (770) 394-3447

      Info and Registration

      Get the look of gold without the expense!  Bronze clay is a great way to get started with metal clay.   In this two day workshop you'll learn how to create with metal clay and correct firing procedures for base metal clays. 

        Saturday, April 13 • Sunday, April 14

        New Month, New Day

        Deep Etch with Silhouette Curio

          

        Spruill Center for the Arts

        5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
        Dunwoody, GA 30338
        (770) 394-3447

        Info and Registration

        A prior class in Silhouette Curio required before registering for this class.

        Learn deep etiching technique with the Silhouette curio.  Deeply etched pieces look amazing on thier own, but are also great for enameling, resins and other coloring techniques.   

        PRE-REQUISTE:  Students must have taken a prior, in-person class in using the silhouette curio before taking this class. This is not a beginner class.  

          Friday, May 3 • Sunday, May 5

          New Day

          Adventures in Silver Clay


          John C. Campbell Folk School

          One Folk School Road
          Brasstown, NC 28902
          1-800.FOLK.SCH (365.5724)
          828.837.2775

          Info & Registration

          Innovative Art Clay Silver contain pure metal powder mixed with an organic binder, allowing you to work it like clay. It can be molded, sculpted, rolled, textured, and more. The binders burn away when fired, leaving pure metal. Make earrings, pendants, and other jewelry, guided in topics including molding the clay, construction techniques, firing, and finishing. All levels welcome.

            Sunday, May 26 • Saturday, June 1

            New Month, New Day

            Hinged Box Pendant

              
            Creator Haven LLC
            41-B, Hangar Way
            Watsonville, CA 95076
            creatorhaven.com

            This class not yet open for registration. Please check back soon.

            There are as many approaches to box construction as there are artists who make them, and master metal clay artist Pam East has created a box project focusing on intricate, delicate details. This challenging, multi-layered project will greatly expand our metal clay skill set as we build a hinged box featuring tiny gears, tiny gemstones, and tight, unobtrusive hinges with smooth action. The precise work will include rolling, texturing and cutting the clay; sanding and prepping greenware elements; creating and fitting mitered corners; and building small, functional components like hinges, cotter pins, and clasp elements. We’ll also be flush setting tiny stones, designing and constructing an open bail, and learning how to mask stamps and texture plates for unique results. Not into steampunk? Choose a garden inspired theme instead with tiny floral-themed components!

            This workshop is intended for students with recent successful metal clay experience, including rolling clay to an even thickness, working with stamps and templates, and proficiency with greenware finishing and using syringe. We’re providing all the tools, equipment and materials you’ll need to complete the projects, so you just have to bring eye magnification and have fun!

              Thursday, June 20 • Sunday, June 23

              New Month, New Day

              Hinged Box Pendant

                

              The Makery
              2355 Bulverde Road #4
              Bulverde TX 78163
              830.980.9089
              info@makeryarts.com

              Info & Registration

              There are as many approaches to box construction as there are artists who make them, and master metal clay artist Pam East has created a box project focusing on intricate, delicate details. This challenging, multi-layered project will greatly expand our metal clay skill set as we build a hinged box featuring tiny gears, tiny gemstones, and tight, unobtrusive hinges with smooth action. The precise work will include rolling, texturing and cutting the clay; sanding and prepping greenware elements; creating and fitting mitered corners; and building small, functional components like hinges, cotter pins, and clasp elements. We’ll also be flush setting tiny stones, designing and constructing an open bail, and learning how to mask stamps and texture plates for unique results. Not into steampunk? Choose a garden inspired theme instead with tiny floral-themed components!

              This workshop is intended for students with recent successful metal clay experience, including rolling clay to an even thickness, working with stamps and templates, and proficiency with greenware finishing and using syringe. We’re providing all the tools, equipment and materials you’ll need to complete the projects, so you just have to bring eye magnification and have fun!

                Thursday, July 18 • Sunday, July 21

                New Month, New Day

                Adventures in Copper and Bronze


                John C. Campbell Folk School

                One Folk School Road
                Brasstown, NC 28902
                1-800.FOLK.SCH (365.5724)
                828.837.2775

                Info and Registraiton

                Innovative copper and bronze clays contain pure metal powder mixed with an organic binder, allowing you to work it like clay. It can be molded, sculpted, rolled, textured, and more. The binders burn away when fired, leaving pure metal. Make earrings, pendants, and other jewelry, guided in topics including molding the clay, construction techniques, firing, and finishing. All levels welcome.

                  Sunday, August 18 • Saturday, August 24

                  New Month, New Day

                  ACS Level 1 Certification

                  Spruill Center for the Arts

                  5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
                  Dunwoody, GA 30338
                  (770) 394-3447

                  This course opens for registration Spring 2019

                  In order to become a certified instructor, you must successfully complete the Level One Certification course. This course is designed to provide an in-depth knowledge of Art Clay Silver. The curriculum consists of seven different projects and covers a wide variety of techniques. Some of the techniques include use of organic forms, creating flat and round-shank rings, addition and firing of gemstones, creating a mirror finish, and much more. This course provides general and technical information, as well as some helpful teaching guidelines.

                  Upon successful completion of this course, you are entitled to:

                  1. 30% discount on Art Clay Silver Series products
                  2. Teach Art Clay Introductory classes
                  3. Take the Senior Level Certification Course

                  Monday, September 9 • Friday, September 13

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