Location: Clifden, Twickenham
Availability: No (More info)
Price: £210.00 (£18.00 concessionary fee, £210.00 non-EU)
Start Date: 24/04/2013
It may be possible to join some courses after the start date.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
Weekdays/Time: Wed (18:30 to 21:30)
Number of Weeks: 10
Tutor Approval Required? No
This course offers you further support and guidance to expand your knowledge and skills in techniques of designing and making jewellery. This also includes design development and drawing on appropriate resources.
You will be notified of forthcoming events to visit and competitions to enter. It is recommended that you visit galleries and museums when possible to gain inspiration for your designs and to develop your ideas as the year progresses.
Have skills and knowledge of jewellery design and making.
This course will enable you to build on your existing skills and knowledge of jewellery making and facilitate the improvements of your technical abilities and understanding of the processes.
You will be set projects and encouraged to adopt an experimental and individual approach in order to further develop your personal style and interpretation of ideas.
Techniques such as texturing metal, etching, photo-etching, casting, stone setting are some of the techniques available to you.
Although basic materials and supplies are available to buy from the college, you will supply the bulk of your own materials such as silver, stones, findings etc.
If you require further course information or advice & guidance that is not answered in this outline please email email@example.com If you would like general information about the college, for example, fees & finance, funding, term dates or opening times please email firstname.lastname@example.org telephone 020 8843 7921, or drop in to our main reception area at either site.
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A sketchbook, preferably at least A4 in size, pen/pencil and any examples of previously made work. Apron and hair band if required.
Regular attendance is required but sickness and arranged days off will be taken into consideration.
You will be at a skilled level and designing and making jewellery which will enable you to sell your work through The Parkshot Gallery, Richmond for example.
You can enrol directly online or in person at one of our centres at PK or CL
If you wish to pay in instalments or are eligible for a concession you will need to enrol in person bringing appropriate evidence (refer to info on conc. Link )
If you are aged between 16-18 please complete the Young Person’s Application Form and return it to (email@example.com)
Note: 16-18 learners refers to learners born between 1.9.93 – 31.8.96 inclusive.
“How much homework will I need to do outside of class?”
Research, sketchbook work and anything which will make your sketchbook an exciting visual experience.
“What will happen if I miss a class?
It is understood that due to illness, family commitments, child care and holidays etc cannot be helped and you will not be penalised but please let tutor know as soon as possible.
When will the exams take place?”
“Do I need any special clothing or equipment?”
Hair tie and apron. Hand tools are supplied but you may wish to build up your own tool kits.
“Is there any tutorial support?”
Yes the tutor will give one-to-one advice and support when required
You can enrol online, over the phone or in person at either site
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