JWLM 205 - Jewellery Skills Concentration

This course is an in-depth introduction to core small-scale metalworking and jewellery skills. This intensive course is intended for students who plan on being a Jewellery & Metals Major at the 300 level. An understanding of process in metalworking and of the material characteristics is developed. Design skills, planning, objective drawing, sawing, riveting, soldering, filing, finishing and basic forging are learned using assigned projects. Participation in group critiques and maintenance of a notebook is required. A portfolio is added to in the course.

NOTE: Students intending to major in Jewellery + Metals must take this required course in conjunction with JWLM 215. Students who have completed JWLM 210 may not receive credit for this course.

Course Credits:


Course Prerequisites

Completion of 24 credits from First Year Studies or equivalents or consent of the Chair in consultation with the instructor.


B21705Rice, Lyndsay
2:00pm - 6:20pm room: 407


A31394Rice, Lyndsay
2:00pm - 6:20pm room: 411C