Occurs on Monday September 9 2019

Approximate running time: 3 hours


Workman Arts Lower Hall
651 Dufferin Street
Toronto ON M6K 2B2


× ** Due to the specialized nature of this course, only 6 spaces are available. However, the first hour of the first class (September 9th) will welcome all who are interested in metalsmithing!**

Metalsmithing I focuses on fundamental techniques for manipulating metal without the need for heat and complex chemicals. We'll learn a range of skills to cut, form, texture, and finish metal to produce a gemstone pendant and traditional scarf brooch. All skill levels welcome; we'll each get to work at our own pace! More than just jewelry making, this course is great for those exploring multimedia work, armature making, and more.

Instructor: Jason Burton Peer Support: Nate Enkel

Jason Burton is a metalsmith and studio artist living in Toronto with his brilliant husband, their beautiful/odd cat, and shelves full of books and houseplants. He earned an MFA in Metalsmithing from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2009, and loves teaching technical metalsmithing courses to artists of all ages and interests.

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