Re: [art_education] Re: HS Jewelry Curriculum Help
- I went to a discount restaurant supply store to get the stainless steel box.
It was much cheaper.
The site listed is the only one I have found that has it in stock. Rio
doesn't have it which surprised me. I have my clay but haven't opened it
yet to play. I may do that this weekend.
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From: "bjsantora" <bjsantora@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 6:22 PM
Subject: [art_education] Re: HS Jewelry Curriculum Help
Stephanie, thanks for the suggestion about BronzCLAY. I found it at
this website for others who might be interested. ~ Barb
--- In email@example.com, "Stephanie Walkley"
> I am going to use the Bronzclay with my students instead of the PMC.
> significantly cheaper and with the pan and charcoal you can use a
> automatic kiln.
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> From: "proff246810" <proff246810@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 3:11 PM
> Subject: [art_education] Re: HS Jewelry Curriculum Help
> A couple of thoughts:
> 1. Fiber beads, using long strips of fabric, roll around skewer or
> similar item, "paint" with gel medium or watery glue. Then add to
> links or cording.
> 2. Pottery/clay- Precious Metal Clay is used for making jewelery.
> Expensive, but just a thought.
> Another alternative might be polymer clay for bead making/jewelery.
> 3. Shrink Plastic- I saw a website the other day where they were made
> into rings, quite cool!
> Hope this helps!
> --- In email@example.com, "bjsantora" <bjsantora@> wrote:
> > I am teaching in a new building this year and for the first time I've
> > been asked to teach a jewelry making class. I've got a good
> > background in 2-D, Fiber, Pottery and Graphics; but no jewelry. I
> > plan on taking some classes; but for the interim, does anyone have
> > suggestions for projects and materials more familiar to me that could
> > work for jewelry making? Any resource suggestions would be
> > appreciated too!
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