Jewelry + Metals: Settings - Advanced + Basic
This course extends the subject as well as the processes of setting by revisiting some of the basics and presenting more advanced setting techniques including bead, reverse, flush, and tension. Basic-level techniques and materials are presented for novices. Individual investigations result in several pieces of jewelry or objects. The course addresses multiple sources for gems, and includes assistance with acquisitions. Demonstrations, samples and a visiting artist supplement the course. Open to sophomore Jewelry + Metals majors all electives. Prerequisite: MET 262 Jewelry + Metals: Settings.
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Assistant Professor/Co-Chair of Game Design
Robert Brown is as assistant professor and co-chair in the Game Design Department. He taught game design for 1...more
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