& Blacksmithing Courses
Introduction to methods, techniques and materials used to construct metal objects and jewelry. The course covers forming, soldering, cutting, forging, casting, fabricating metal and other materials in the
production of jewelry/art.
AD 223 Jewelry/Metalsmithing/Blacksmithing: Functional/Ornamental
Development of skills and knowledge of basic blacksmithing in the production of utilitarian and non-utilitarian forged objects. Beginning through advanced techniques of forging hot steel are covered.
AD 323 Jewelry/Metalsmithing: Seminar
Production casting and mold-making techniques. Individualized research of casting processes in the production of jewelry and metal objects.
AD 423 Metalsmithing: Seminar
Sheet metal forming techniques: raising, sinking, folding and construction. Production of a collection of work using these techniques as the foundation of the structures designed by each student.
AD 460 Metalsmithing: B.F.A. Seminar
Continued development of ideological concerns in the production of studio art work as contracted with the instructor.