Jewelry, Architecture, and Artifacts
5 Day workshop w/ Rachel ReichertJuly 09 – 13, 2018 (5 Day + 6 Night)
Students arrive July 08, 8pm, leave July 14
Looking for inspiration in heirloom artifacts and historic architecture, we’ll create jewelry that explores the intimate spaces and objects found in Atlanta, Idaho. Basic silver fabrication techniques— including sawing, filing, riveting, soldering, and die forming— will inform our approach to constructing rings, brooches, pendants, and small sculptures. We’ll survey often-overlooked spaces and their contents. Every corner, every room, and every house will be our muse. Students can expect to create samples and one or more finished pieces.
ABOUT THE ATLANTA SCHOOL
Situated At The Base Of Greylock Mountain In Atlanta, Idaho, This Small Art And Architecture School Offers A Place Of Refuge And Exploration. Primarily Focusing On The Art Of Restoration And Reclamation, Individuals Are Afforded The Luxury Of Time And Total-Immersion. More at www.theatlantaschool.org