Several of our members will be teaching classes this fall at the Newark Museum. Take a look!
Wire Jewelry: A Comprehensive Primer with Sandra Lupo
Create beautiful wire jewelry! This comprehensive course covers techniques and tools for working with
a variety of wire. Weave, crochet, spiral, coil and hammer wire, then embellish with beads, cabochons
and found objects.
Eight Fridays, October 17 – December 12, 10 am – 1 pm
Member: $189, Non-member: $210, Materials: $25
The Potato Chip Net Bracelet with Mary Alexander
This fun-to-make bracelet is a variation on the regular, three-bead-net stitch, but uses different size
beads, which causes the beadwork to develop hills, valleys and ruffles. Finish the bracelet with a hidden clasp.
Saturday, December 6, 10 am – 4 pm
Member: $72, Non-member: $80
Wire Working for Jewelers: The Freeform Necklace with Marlene Kuser
Learn to bend, twist and forge wire to make a beautiful freeform necklace. Techniques covered include
making your own findings, bead wraps or clusters and superficial aging of the wire.
All Levels Sunday, October 19, 10 am – 4 pm
Member: $72, Non-member: $80, Materials: Cost