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I teach for University of Utah Lifelong Learning and Salt Lake Community College with an awareness and sensitivity to the student’s individual needs. By providing a safe class environment on both an emotional and physical level. I help students meet their full potential as we explore the creative process, design and technique in the craft of metal-smithing.

Jewelry also represented at Trove Gallery, Park City, Utah, Sundance Gallery ,Sundance Utah, Freshman’s, Salt Lake City and at other previous events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rings, Rings, Rings                 Min: 5   Cap:  8            

The ring as a human adornment is universal. A ring has many associations, can make powerful statements, and can also function solely as an object of beauty. Working with silver, copper or brass you will explore symbolism, design, the four major solder seams of silversmithing, fabrication, and stone setting techniques related to the ring. More advanced students will be encouraged to do overlay techniques. We will explore a ring's potential to be bold, symbolic, sentimental, and a reflection of beauty and health. Any level of student is welcome to take this workshop. Expect to pay minimum of $60 on supplies; materials will be discussed the first night of class. Cost will vary depending on the type of materials and stones chosen for your design. Class is limited to 8. Special fee is for first class materials, facility and tool rental.

 

LLCFT 299-001 * TH 09/20-10/11 8 06:00 pm - 09:00 pm *

LOCATION: Class meets at 3450 S Main St, Unit 28W, SLC.

INSTRUCTOR: Kathleen Carricaburu              12 hrs / $25/hr

FEE: $145+ $65 special fee                            $30 for instructor + $35 for facility and tool rental

 

The Inspired Vessel                 Min: 5   Cap:  8            

Explore how to impart metaphor, narrative, symbols and content into your jewelry designs with the fabrication of tiny vessels that contain a cherished keepsake or found object. Explore hollow form, forming, and how to construct a pin catch, hinge, and claw setting. These techniques may seem difficult but when carried out with proper technique come together easily. Guidance from the instructor will help you discover the story of your work in your own “artist’s voice”.  Special fee covers some materials and facility and tool rental.  Students are responsible for purchasing additional materials which will be discussed the first night of class.  Students should be able to construct a ring and have completed LLCFT229 Beginning Metalsmithing or the equivalent.

 

LLCFT 330-001* TH 10/18-11/15 * 05:00 pm - 09:00 pm *

LOCATION: Class meets at 3450 S Main St, Unit 28W, SLC.

INSTRUCTOR: Kathleen Carricaburu              20 hrs / $25/hr

FEE: $249+ $60                                   $5 for instructor and $55 for facility and tool rental

 

Class Materials Reimbursement is limited by the per-student special fee indicated in the course listing. Be certain that the amount is appropriate to cover these costs. Please refer to the attached document – Options for Purchasing Class Materials – to determine the best way for you to purchase your class materials.

Earlier Event: August 10
Craft Lake City DIY Festival 2018
Later Event: September 7
Alfred Lambourne Arts Prize