Spring-Based Mechanisms - Nash Quinn
March 10-12, 9:30am-4:30pm
Miami Jewelry School
Take your jewelry fabrication to the next level in this introduction to core principles to guide the function of small-scale mechanisms. We'll cover various ways to make parts move, from the simple rivet base pivot to Saturday cradle hinges.
Metal Worx Exhibition
February 2-24, 2023
Opening Reception: February 2, 5-7pm
Kellogg Gallery, Art Center Manatee
Art Center Manatee and the West Coast Florida Society of Goldsmiths proudly present a call to artists in the contemporary metals community across Florida. This juried show is open to all FSG members from any chapter within the state, as well as out-of-state members. This will be a both online and in-person exhibition, complemented with a curated body of 2D metalwork.
Call to Artists
February 24-26, 2023, 10am–5pm
Dunedin Fine Art Center
Two workshops with Alison Antelman and Suzanne Williams
Alison Antelman: Create a one-of-a-kind key clasp to unify your art jewelry. Students make a front key clasp necklace with stainless-steel neckwire by fabricating terminals and soldering sterling to stainless-steel cable.
Suzanne Williams: This three-day workshop will start with a short presentation introducing participants to many different kinds of clasping methods and mechanisms for jewelry, including a section on clasp inspirations, with ideas coming from non-jewelry sources.