Instructor: Mary Beth Rozkewicz
July 23 - 27
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 12pm
5 Sessions

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In this class we will learn how to design and construct a unique necklace, bracelet, or belt using a variety of techniques. Incorporate silver or base metal wire or sheet. Include stones or found objects.  Learn how to make jump-rings, forge and create texture. Master basic soldering and fusing as well as cold connections and ultimately learn how to design a handmade clasp for your creation. Create something bold or dainty. Let your jewelry speak of your individuality -- the possibilities are endless! Open to all levels.

Mary Beth Rozkewicz is a studio jeweler living and working in Brooklyn NY. She is an adjunct associate professor of Fine Arts Jewelry at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and teaches workshops throughout the year at the 92 Street Y in Manhattan.