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Join us as we welcome guest artist Anne Havel back to Michigan for 2 more exciting enameling workshops. The initial workshop (October 4-6th) sold out so quickly we added another session!
Plique-à-jour Enameling with Samantha Zhang
April 19, 20, 21, 2019 • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
We experienced just a taste of the enameling work of Samantha Zhang at the Member Workshop last year. Now you can immerse yourself in a three-day Plique-à-jour enameling workshop with Samantha.
Registration is limited to 8 participants, so sign up early. Pack a lunch or visit local eateries during the one hour lunch break each day. Please bring the follow in your tool box: A set of needles files, a Swiss file, saw and blades. A Ruler or regularly used stencils. All other materials will be provided.
Members - $280
Nonmembers - $340
Students - $220
Registration Deadline: April 12, 2019 REGISTRATION FORM HERE
Please join us on Saturday, March 9, 2-4pm for a tour of Maker Works, an Ann Arbor makerspace with jewelry studio, metal working, wood working, 3D printing, and more. We’ll show tools from both inside and outside the jewelry studio that can be used to create jewelry-scale objects, whether it is powder coating, sand blasting, welding, precision machining, laser engraving, etc. In addition to access to tools, makerspaces offer instruction, space to use the tools, and a community of creative individuals ranging from artists to engineers, students to entrepreneurs, steel fabricators to fabric artists.
Please click here for the application form to apply to participate in the MSG booth at the Art of Fire Art Fair in Royal Oak, June 8-9, 2019.
Please note, you need to complete a separate application for each of the fares (South University in Ann Arbor, Palmer Park in Detroit and Art of Fire in Royal Oak) n which you are interested in participating.
Job Opportunity: Lecturer - Metals and Contemporary Art Jewelry & Foundations at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
Teach a full-time course load in Metals and Contemporary Art Jewelry and Foundations following National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) guidelines. These may include introductory, and potentially intermediate to advanced Metals and Contemporary Art Jewelry courses, as well as Foundation courses - preferably 2D Design and Drawing - to support the various Art and Design BFA disciplines, BS Art Education and University-wide General Education students. Screening of applications will begin on Monday, March 18, 2019. Submissions will be accepted until position is filled.
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Please contact Bryan Ritchie