Jewelry Making with Silver Clay • 161A85

Slide_prev_over Slide_next_over
  • Featured_exhib_class_canceled

  • Featured_exhib_metals_hshun_153

Class :

Jewelry Making with Silver Clay • 161A85

Class Date :

September 26 - November 14

Meeting Times :

Sat 1-4pm

Class Location :

Metals Studio

Instructor :

Hannah Shun

Class Size :

0 spaces remain

Price :


This class is currently unavailable.
Please contact the admin office at (808)532-8741 for more information.

About this Class:

Class / 8 sessions / $180 / Metals Lab / Sat 1–4pm / Sep 26–Nov 14

Chasing and repoussé are metalworking techniques used to create a raised  design (relief) on a metal sheet. Repoussé is the process of hammering out a design on the backside of a sheet of metal, and chasing is the same process, but reversed. The two techniques are used together to create a finished piece. In this class, students will learn how to make basic chasing and repoussé tools, how to prepare a pitch bowl with plaster of paris and pitch, and do their own repoussé and chasing. At the end of this class, students will learn to solder wire onto the edges of their pieces, to give them a more finished appearance.

Requirement: Students must complete one introductory metals course at the Museum Art School before attending Basic Chasing/Repousse Workshop. Some supplies purchased from instructor.

Supply list


Need a parking pass? Buy one here!