Fine Arts | Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design II 3 cr.
S381 | **** | Staff Faculty
AHLA P: S280 Extensive drawing, designing, and model making for exploring forms and ideas
in metal and mixed media, either as jewelry, hollow ware, flatware, boxes, or small-scale
sculpture. Focuses on techniques of angle raising, repousse and chasing, forging of flatware,
stone setting, and lost-wax casting. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. Students
registered for Fine Arts courses who do not attend the first class meeting or contact the instructor,
may lose place in course to electronically waitlisted students. Students interested in closed Fine
Arts courses must add themselves to the electronic waitlist and either attend the class or contact
the instructor. Priority for admittance into the course will be given to students who have made
the effort to attend and/or contact the instructor.