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Midtown East, Manhattan
22 E 49th St 4th Fl
Btwn 5th & Madison Avenues
New York, New York 10017
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Class Level: Beginner
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 5
Teacher: Valerie Blum

What you'll learn in this enamel class:

Take the plunge into the world of enameling — the ancient art of using powdered glass to add vibrant color to your pieces. Learn about enameling principles, techniques, and what you can (and can’t!) enamel while enjoying access to our full library of stunning colors and state-of-the-art kiln. Beginners will work on a project designed to teach the basics. Experienced enamelists are welcome to bring ideas or pieces in progress.

*Tools and materials are not included in price of workshop.

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Question from Amanda
How do we purchase materials for this class?
Answer from Georgia C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hey Amanda, you can purchase the materials at the school.
Question from Leslie C.
What tools and supplies are needed for this class?
Answer from Jenn C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Students should have their basic hand tools. The school has many tools to lend as well. They would recommend you bring the tools you have and they can lend or sell you whatever you might need. The school doesn't have an exact materials list because it depends on what project students will choose, but they have all the enamels in the school free for student use.
Answer from Jenn C. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
You can check the school's site for more information but to give an idea, here's the beginner tool list: Soldering Demystified Pliers, Chain-nose Pliers, Round-nose Kiln Tweezers Black Stone Tweezers Dividers, Round leg Charcoal Block, small Stackpack Scriber File set, Student File, Student ½ round large Dowel Set (9) Wet/dry sandpaper set Silver (17 dwt) Stones (3) Ultra-fine Sharpie Solderite Board
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School: Jewelry Arts Inc

Jewelry Arts Inc

Handmade jewelry classes since 1974

The founder of Jewelry Arts Inc, Robert Kulicke was fascinated by granulation and other ancient arts like Byzantine enameling and was determined to learn the processes. Starting in the late 1950s, he experimented and drew other like-minded individuals to work together...

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