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Jewelry and Metals 

AR 219 - Jewelry and Metals I - 4

Sequence of problems employing various techniques in metal. Emphasis upon structural design and creative use of materials.

One prerequisite: AR 131 or 132 or 133 or 134 or permission of instructor. Lab fee: $75

AR 319 - Metalsmithing - 4 

An advanced studio course in the jewelry and metalsmithing sequence. Students explore the plastic potential of precious and nonprecious metals through the process of raising, forging, hollow-forming, and repoussé. Inventiveness, personal initiative, and creative self-expression are particularly emphasized in this course.

Prerequisite: AR 219. May be taken for credit three times with permission of instructor. Lab fee: $75

AR 320 - Jewelry and Metals II - 4 

A continuation of concepts and methods explored in AR 219 with an emphasis on casting. Weekly group critiques will focus upon individual aesthetic growth, technical exploration, and both historical and con-temporary issues to the art-metals discipline.

Prerequisite: AR 219. May be taken for credit three times with permission of instructor. Lab fee: $75

 

 

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