Intermediate Jewellery Making Course 2017

@ South Shields Museum and Art Gallery

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18 March 2017 - 11 November 2017

12.30 - 3.30pm - check the South Shields Museum website for exact workshop dates each month.

Each session is £15 per person, however if you book three classes you will get the fourth class free - total cost £45.

Are you keen to further your jewellery making skills? If so, then our intermediate jewellery making course could be perfect for you.

Pick and choose which sessions you want to attend or book a course of 4 classes, learn new skills and meet others with a similar passion to you.

Price includes:

  • 3 hours tuition
  • use of all tools jewellery findings
  • all components required for each specific make
  • light refreshments

Tools are available for use in the class and there will be opportunity to purchase your own tools, beads and findings.

Course One

18th March – Seed bead bracelets

8th April – Freehand wirework and wire jigs

6th May – Jewellery with buttons

3rd June – An introduction to wire wrapping

Course Two

8th July – Adavnced wire wrapping

16th September – The art of soutache

14th October – Flowers with polymer clay

11th November – Simple chainmaile

Venue
South Shields Museum and Art Gallery
Ocean Road
South Shields
NE33 2JA

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