Curriculum

Our core curriculum in metals includes a 5-week introduction to the basics of metalsmithing. Intermediate level classes are offered for students interested in furthering their jewelry-making skills. Frequent special topic classes and workshops explore metalsmithing and jewelry techniques such as lapidary, lost wax casting, wire wrapping, enameling, and more. Private lessons and group workshops/demonstrations are also available.

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Contact

Maggie Gallen,
warm glass studio technician
610.374.4600 x106
mgallen@goggleworks.org

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Studio Features

Located in Building 6, our Metalsmithing Studio is a 1,015 square foot communal teaching and work space.

 

  • Foredom Rotary Tools
  • Tabletop Drill Press
  • Tabletop Diamond Band Saw
  • O2/Natural Gas Soldering Stations
  • Smith ‘Little Torches’
  • Table Shear
  • Rolling Mill
  • Bench Grinder
  • Anvil
  • Machinists’ Vise
  • Amaco 62-EFC Enameling Kiln
  • 3 Polishing Machines
  • Polishing Tumbler
  • 4 Flexible Shaft Machines
  • Pickle Pot
  • Ultra-Sonic Cleaner
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