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Jewelry & Stained Glass

Casting and fabrication, exploring metal techniques used with precision processed metal or the processes using molten metal.

ART 173 F: JEWELRY CASTING
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This course is an introduction to basic concepts and techniques in designing and casting jewelry including reproduction techniques and wax models. The focus of this course is originality in fine art jewelry design relating to contemporary and historical design. 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term.
UNITS: TRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 174 F: BEG JEWELRY FABRICATION
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This course is an introduction to the concepts and techniques in the design and construction of jewelry and small metal objects using cutting, forming, and soldering techniques. The focus of this course is on original design of fine art jewelry in precious metals.
UNITS: 3 TRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 175 F: INTERMEDIATE JEWELRY FABRICATION
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This class builds on skills and information gained in ART 174 F, with refined concepts and techniques in the design and construction of jewelry and metal objects using cutting, forming and soldering. The focus of this course is on original design for fine art jewelry.
UNITS: 3 PREREQUISITE TRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 176 F: STAINED GLASS
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This course is an introduction to the stained glass process, including the basics of designing and constructing both two and three-dimensional stained glass projects using the “Tiffany Foil” technique and other cold glass processes such as mosaic and lamp building. Project emphasis will be in the design and fabrication of residential and commercial pieces. Other topics include overlay, sandblasting, fusing, and three dimensional and large scale projects. Production hours outside of class time are required.
UNITS: 3 TRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 273 F: INTERMEDIATE JEWELRY CASTING
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This intermediate course focuses on concepts and techniques acquired in previous exercises, in the designing of wax models and casting of fine art jewelry and small objects. This course involves advanced problems in casting. 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term.
UNITS: 3 ADVISORY TRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 274 F: ADVANCED JEWELRY CASTING (3 UNITS)
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This advanced Jewelry course focuses on concepts and techniques that are essential in refined levels of jewelry design. The progression of skills is necessary for the success of the advanced student in jewelry casting. 36 hours of lecture and 72 hours of studio per term.
UNITS: 3 ADVISORY TRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 275 F: STUDIO CONCEPTS: JEWELRY CASTING
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This course focuses on acquiring the requisite skills, concepts, and techniques that are essential in the highest levels of jewelry casting. This course also focuses on the development of a portfolio of design, drawings, wax models, molds and cast metal Fine Art Jewelry. 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term.
UNITS: 3 ADVISORY TRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 276 F: ADVANCED JEWELRY FABRICATION
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
This course builds on previous skills, design concepts and information gained in ART 175 F. In addition to the refinement of previous skills, use of mechanical aides are employed. Hand wrought and mechanically-formed components are used in combination.
UNITS: 3 PREREQUISITETRANSFER DESIGNATION

ART 278 F: INTERMEDIATE STAINED GLASS
Fall 2018
Spring 2019
Demonstrate further progress in developing the skill of contemporary and traditional processes in cold glass within the Tiffany Foil techniques of overlay and sandblasting. The student will also be introduced to the hot glass processes of fusing, slumping and glass painting. The hot glass process will include both kiln and torch work. Project emphasis will be in the design and fabrication of three dimensional and large scale projects in both hot glass and cold. 36 hours lecture and 72 hours lab per term
UNITS: 3 PREREQUISITE TRANSFER DESIGNATION