Metalsmithing/Jewelry Area

A variety of studio design courses are offered, including jewelry design, holloware, enameling, rendering, professional practices, gemology and historical seminars. Students may choose an elective or major course of study. Each student has personal workspace and locker facilities.

Students may choose a design direction that best complements their personal professional goals. Based on each graduate's individual needs, they may choose a professional direction from a variety of areas, including design for the jewelry and silversmithing industry, retail or wholesale jewelry business, commission work, gemology, trade shop, custom design studio, teaching, or consulting.

Metalsmithing/Jewelry Courses

Visiting Assistant Professor
Chalmers Hall
Jon Havener
Chalmers Hall, 342
Associate Professor
Chalmers Hall, Room 341

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