Update: Monday 14 June
This Summer, Kelly will be running a week long ‘Metal Work Summer school’ at Lyth Arts Centre
Explore and learn 3 main metal work techniques: soldering, saw piercing and texturing precious and non-precious metals to complete a collection of jewellery pieces. You will also work on a group piece inspired Wick’s fishing Heritage.
Morning: Learn how to make a silver ring using soldering and texturing techniques that you can take home at the end of the session.
Afternoon: Discuss and plan sculpture project for the week and start making paper mock ups of the piece.
Morning: Learn how to cut brass using the saw piercing technique and create a brass keyring to take home at the end of the day.
Afternoon: Using the morning session’s skills, we will saw pierce some parts for the sculpture.
Morning: Learn how to twist, texture and plait silver wire and create a silver pendant to take home.
Afternoon: Use the morning’s techniques to create part of the sculpture.
Morning: Begin 2 day project to design and make a piece of jewellery based on your own style.
Afternoon: Continue work on main sculpture.
Morning: Continue with 2 day project.
Afternoon: Finalise sculpture.
Booking info: For ages 13-19, the course will run from 10am to 4pm each day. Please book one ticket per attendee, the ticket covers the week long course.
To book, please click here