CRAO NC439 - The Art of Jewelry Making-Level 1: For Older Adults

Basic jewelry making skills are explored through practice and demonstration. Students learn how to make silver rings, earrings, pins and pendants. Students use tools, work with materials, set gemstones and other fabrication techniques. Seeks to coordinate the creative process with the fundamental skill set necessary to make successful paintings in this specific medium. Special emphasis is placed on the social interaction and critical thinking aspects inherent in group studio arts classes for the older adult. Frequent review of new concepts occur through lectures and demonstrations. The pace of demonstrations and lectures are suited to the needs and abilities of individual students. Peer critique is utilized to maximize social interaction and encourage problem solving.

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  • Title: CRAO NC439 The Art of Jewelry Making-Level 1: For Older Adults
  • CRN: 65773
  • Instructor: Keith Hale
  • Instructor: Keith Hale (Lab)
  • Section Corequisites: NONE
  • Bldg/Room: WAKE 08 Wake Campus

  • Meeting Time
    R 05:30pm - 06:45pm KE 08 Wake Campus 01/16/20 03/05/20
    R 06:50pm - 08:55pm KE 08 Wake Campus 01/16/20 03/05/20
    Seating Availability
    Waitlist Availability
    Capacity Taken Available Capacity Taken Available
    25 26 -1 0 0 0
    Critical Dates for this Course
    Term: Spring 2020
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    Census Date: 22-JAN-2020

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