& Blacksmithing Overview
The metalsmithing curriculum is designed to meet the diverse interests of the students investigating the contemporary metals field. By focusing the program of the broad spectrum of processes and methodologies associated to metalsmithing a student is exposed and experiences numerous problem-solving technologies. The construction of ideas are carried out through the practice of these technologies which include fabrication, casting, mold making, forging, forming, welding, and foundry. Personal student interest becomes the direction of individualized research in specific areas such as jewelry, blacksmithing, hollowware, and sculpture.
Here is a link to a web page dedicated to provide students with Jewelry Scholarship Information. This link is not affiliated with NMU's Art & Design Department but is being provided as an additional resource.