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Jewelry & Metals

Shine Bright

We focus on technical development so you have a clear understanding of concepts and forms. You’ll examine historical and contemporary metalwork, participate in workshops and listen to visiting lectures by metalsmithing professionals. Your projects will require you to problem-solve and build a finished piece while making decisions about the fabrication process and anticipating problems before they arise.

Artist using soldering iron
Barbi Gossen shapes her metal piece with embossing hammerClose up of preliminary jewelry sketchesStudent works on piece in jewelry studioBarbi Gossen choices tools in jewelry and metalsmithing studio

Jewelry & Art Metals Resources

Make your visions a reality.

Our professional-grade studio is equipped for various techniques, which include basic fabrication, casting, raising, die-forming, electroforming, aluminum anodizing and enameling, as well as a localized exhaust. These resources will help you explore wearable, functional and small-scale sculptural objects.

Professor Minkyu Lee

Ask Away!

You might be familiar with studio areas like photography and drawing, but working with jewelry and metals is often overlooked. If you have any questions, please contact Professor Minkyu Lee.

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