What could be more distinctive than creating a handmade locket? Learn the tricks to custom design and fabricate your own in this fun, skill-building Intermediate Series workshop. Students will trouble-shoot design choices, be introduced to forming metal in a hydraulic press, and explore practical approaches to preparing and executing precision solder joints including small hinges and closures. This class will challenge the intermediate to advanced level student and reward every participant! The beginning series or equivalent experience is required.
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Dana Cassara began practicing the art of silversmithing at North Seattle Community College in 1992. She discovered her love for the craft after returning to school to pursue a teaching degree with a focus in social studies. She graduated from the University of Washington in 1998 with a B.A. in Comparative History of Ideas as well as Interdisciplinary Arts, because she just couldn't stay out of the art department. She has been teaching jewelry design since 1999 and loves what she does. View all posts by Dana