Each class will be divided between demonstrations, in-class work, and discussions. Students will complete at least one finished brooch by the end of this course. I will be presenting images of historic and contemporary jewelry as well as sharing physical examples of brooch backs. We will be discussing trends in contemporary jewelry to expand our ideas and approaches to jewelry.
What will you learn in this course?
There are no required readings for this course. Recommended but not Required:
“To the Point: Pin Mechanisms and Brooch Back Design” by Daniela Malev
“500 Brooches: Inspiring Adornments for the Body” by Marthe Le Van
Upcoming publication June 2018- “New Brooches” by Nicolas Estrada
For tutorials and additional help it is recommended to visit Lynda.com or Adobe.com for video tutorials. These tutorials are free and/or low cost. You will be able to access Lynda.com for free using your UArts login.
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