The annual Jewellery Making Summer School is back again for 2018!
The dates this year are Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th August
- and there are just 8 places!
We will be covering a wide range of jewellery techniques from bangles, rings and chain making to Keum Boo (adding 24k gold to silver), casting scrap silver into ingots to recycle through the rolling mill and using a hydraulic press to create hollow forms, making the Summer School perfect for everyone from complete beginners upwards. The small group setting with a maximum of 8 students will ensure that you get the attention you need to help you create beautiful jewellery - and learn wonderful techniques to use to continue creating afterwards!
This is your opportunity to learn the techniques you've always meant to add to your repertoire or to catch up on workshop topics that you have missed, and to do so at a fantastic workshop fee too. If there is a particular technique that you would like to cover then it is best to email me before booking to make sure it is something we can cover in the Summer School.
A day's Keum Boo workshop is usually £100. The Spinner Ring workshop is usually £75. A two-day course on learning to use the rolling mill or perfecting your sawing techniques is usually £180. Four days private tuition is usually £540.
The four-day Summer School workshop fee is £275!
Tea, coffee, biscuits and cakes are included in the workshop fee. Lunch is not provided but Eastleigh is full of sandwich and coffee shops if you don't want to bring a packed lunch!
This workshop can be paid for in two installments of £137.50 by arrangement, with the balance paid by 1st August.