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Mini Metals: Intro to Metalsmithing with Sarah Sindler
June 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Date: Saturday, June 25, 2022
Description: Are you Interested in metalsmithing but not sure you want to commit to an 8-week series? This is the workshop for you! In this one day workshop you will be introduced to the basic metalsmithing skills needed to start creating your own jewelry or small sculptures.
Students will make a simple ring band and an initial pendant while learning sawing, soldering, filing, and finishing skills.
Tuition: $95 + $20 materials fee
Materials: All materials will be provided
Location: Contemporary Craft (5645 Butler St., Pittsburgh, PA 15201)
COVID-19: In accordance with current CDC guidance – we are recommending all visitors wear a mask. Please note that the recommendation applies to teaching artists, resident artists, students and guests attending events taking place at CC.
Cancellations and Refunds: Workshop cancellations are decided three business days before the start date. If workshops must be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, the entire class fee will be refunded through Eventbrite, or you may leave your workshop fee in your Contemporary Craft account for future workshops.
Refund Policy: Student refund requests must be made at least three business days before a class begins. There will be a $25 cancellation fee. No refunds will be given without three-business days notice. Processing of refunds takes approximately three weeks.
About the Artist
Sarah Jane Sindler is owner and designer of KING RELD. She is an avant-garde creator of custom jewelry and fashion wearable. KING RELD often curates meaningful experiential exhibits enhanced by performance and installation, and often, with collaborative works of other artists and designers.
She graduated with a Bachelors in Visual/Studio Arts and Environmental Creative Writing from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA. She has apprenticed under master jeweler Ira Helfer of David I. Helfer Jewelers in the Jewelry District in Pittsburgh. Sindler had been exhibited by the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Society of North American Goldsmiths, among others.