Metals Studio Access (05/27/21 - 3-6PM)
Dates: May 27, 2021
Meets: Th from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Location: 25 Sagamore Road Metals Studio
Student Fee: $30.00
There are 5 openings remaining at this time.
$30.00 /3-hour session
Here's your chance to access the Metals Studio!
If you participated in a Metals class or workshop in 2019/2020 you can “buy time” in the Metals Studio. You do not have to be registered in a 6-week class to register for a 3-hour slot, but it is expected that you will work within your skill set. A minimum of Jewelry/Metals 1 or Dept permission required.
A studio monitor is available but no instruction or consultation is provided. Participants are responsible for proper tool use, care and clean-up. Participants must have experience using the studios specialized equipment, some of which includes; air/acetylene torches, rolling mill, hydraulic press, electro-etching system, polishing/finishing equipment, etc.
We reserve the right to restrict the use of equipment if it is used improperly and no refund will be issued. We reserve the right to limit consumable consumption.
There is a minimum of 3 prepaid hours.
- No materials or supplies are provided, but basic supplies such as solder, saw blades, etc. may be available for purchase.
- There is no access to other Studios during this time*
- Participants should complete clean-up within the 3 hour block.
- No refund or credit is given for time not used.
*Metals Studio time does not include use of the enameling studio, gas forge, oxy/acetylene casting torch, casting equipment and/or lapidary equipment.
*The Worcester Center for Crafts reserves the right to cancel any under-enrolled course, to restrict the registration in a course, to change instructors when necessary, and to reschedule individual classes as needed and appropriate. If the WCC finds it necessary to cancel courses or make schedule changes, every effort will be made to notify registered students.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Student Fee||$ 30.00|
25 Sagamore Road Metals Studio
Hailey AngioneHailey Angione is a jeweler and ceramicist who grew up in New Hampshire. She received a dual degree in Ceramics and Metalsmithing from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in 2019. She graduated summa cum laude, has won two awards from the Annual Jewelry Design Competition held by the International Precious Metals Institute, and was a finalist for the 2019 Windgate Fellowship Award.
Hailey makes work inspired by books, old architecture, and history. Using a combination of metal and ceramic she makes vessels and wearable objects. Hailey enjoys experimenting with materials, sharing ideas and techniques, and finding creative solutions to creative problems. She finds joy in helping others make their best work.
View Hailey's work at: haileyangione.com
|05/27/2021||Thursday||3 PM to 6 PM||25 Sagamore Road Metals Studio|