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Jewelry Design

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Fall 2018 Courses

August 28 - December 20

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Jewelry Design - 212 217.5720

JD 101
Introduction to Jewelry Fabrication
2.0 credits
In-state $418.00   Out-of-state $1,232.00
(includes $10 lab fee)
Basic processes used in the design and creation of jewelry. Students fabricate their own designs in the studio. (G6: Arts)

FALL

CRN Section Day Time Location
21394 15A M 6:30 PM-9:20 PM A481  


JD 103
Jewelry and Accessories Fabrication (Interdisciplinary)
2.0 credits
In-state $408.00   Out-of-state $1,222.00
This is an interdisciplinary course cross-listed with LD 103. This interdisciplinary course challenges students to combine jewelry and accessories aesthetics, materials and problem solving methodology to create a unique three-piece collection that may include but not limited to sandals, hats, handbags and belts.

FALL

CRN Section Day Time Location
31213 15A M 6:30 PM-9:20 PM A480  


JD 121
Wax Carving
1.0 credits
In-state $204.00   Out-of-state $611.00
Wax carving of designs suitable for jewelry, stressing illusion and perspective, needed for both brooches and rings. Emphasis is on preparing a design and model for production.

FALL

CRN Section Day Time Location
30242 15A F 6:30 PM-8:20 PM A480  


JD 123
Wearable Art (Interdisciplinary)
2.0 credits
In-state $408.00   Out-of-state $1,222.00
This is an interdisciplinary course cross-listed with FA 123. In this team-taught course, students explore the intermingling of sculpture and jewelry. Students connect, interpret and combine traditional fine arts and jewelry-making processes to create wearable art.

FALL

CRN Section Day Time Location
31133 15A R 6:10 PM-10:00 PM A480  


JD 141
Introduction to Diamonds
2.0 credits
In-state $408.00   Out-of-state $1,222.00
This introductory course provides an overview to diamonds, how crystals form, the physical and optical properties of diamonds, and mining techniques throughout history from ancient times to the present day. Other topics include a review of mining locations and techniques, and the cultural, environmental, financial, and global economic impact of diamonds.

FALL

CRN Section Day Time Location
26916 15A T 6:30 PM-9:20 PM C816  


JD 200
Experimental Techniques with Japanese Metal Alloys
2.0 credits
In-state $408.00   Out-of-state $1,222.00
Prerequisites: JD 101 or JD 174
This course introduces students to experimental techniques in metalworking such as special Japanese copper alloys: Shakudo, Shibuichi and Rosushou colorings and patinations. Alloying metal and patination is explored and used as aesthetic enhancements for art jewelry.

FALL

CRN Section Day Time Location
31132 15A T 6:10 PM-10:00 PM A481  

 

 

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