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Metal Arts Guild of Georgia          is a 501 C(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing, enriching, and nurturing the creativity and community of metalsmiths in Georgia. 

It is a diverse organization of professional metalsmiths, jewelry designers, instructors, hobbyists, suppliers, gallery owners, and those who support the fine art of metalsmithing.

You do not have to work with gold to be a member of the Metal Arts Guild of Georgia.  Our members work with silver, copper and a variety of other metals as well as gold.

We encourage you to join us!


MAGG Upcoming Events / Workshops

Saturday, July 25, 2020 1:00 PM • in the comfort of your own home
Saturday, August 01, 2020 10:00 AM • In the comfort of your own home
Friday, September 11, 2020 10:00 AM • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340
Friday, September 18, 2020 10:00 AM • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340
Friday, October 02, 2020 10:00 AM • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340

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Upcoming events

    • Saturday, July 25, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • in the comfort of your own home
    • 11
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    Summer Pop Up

    LIVE ONLINE: Intro to Silhouette Studio Software

    with Julie Huggins

    4-hr Workshop


    Saturday, July 25, 2020

    1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    Description:

    Participants will learn the basics of using the Silhouette Studio Software. We will go through the key software features & most used panels and what tools they include, to more efficiently utilize the software. We will also touch on basic designing encompassing the flexi-shape features available. Lastly, we will go through the steps of taking scanned black and white images and turning them into a cut file to use for stenciling/etching.  

    Silhouette Studio® is the powerhouse behind the Silhouette cutting machines. The software was built to enable users to customize every single element of their designs. The software features a lot of tools to ensure there are no restrictions or restraints on the user’s design experience. The more tools there are, the more a user can completely customize their design.


    Time: Workshop will be approximately 3 ½ to 4 hours. 

    Supplies / Requirements: Computer with latest version of Silhouette Studio Software installed, reliable internet connectivity & a pad or notebook for taking notes. There will be some handouts, but attendees will probably want to take additional notes.  The software can be downloaded for free at the following link:  https://www.silhouetteamerica.com/shop/software-and-download-cards/silhouette-studio Please check it out before signing up for class.    Students do not need to own or purchase a Silhouette machine.  MAGG has a Silhouette Portrait machine in the studio available for members to use.  A zoom link and class handouts will be emailed out closer to the time of the workshop.

    Bio: My name is Julie Huggins. I’m a wife of 28 years and mother of two young men (20 & 26) from Richmond Hill, Georgia (approximately 13 miles south of Savannah). I work full-time in a busy multi-provider allergy office in Savannah, Georgia. I’m an avid crafter, newbie blogger and Silhouette instructor in my part-time life. I’m self-taught and have been using Silhouette products and software almost daily since December of 2012. I became a licensed TJC (Terri Johnson Creates) Silhouette Instructor September 2016. Since then I have hosted numerous workshop/retreats and one on one lessons. I travel the state of Georgia, South Carolina and North Florida teaching Silhouette software/machine use. I also am an instructor and behind the scenes worker bee (since November 2016) at the All Things Silhouette Conference which takes place annually in Peach Tree City, Georgia. My goal is to inspire that inner-crafter/maker within everyone.

    Questions? If you have any questions about the workshop or if you need technical help with Zoom please contact the artist assistant Alan Bremer at alanscottbremer@gmail.com or 404-245-8037 


    MAGG membership not required so please share with your network on social media.

    Cost

    $75 at time of registration online


    Where

    In the comfort of your home

    Registration

    Not a current MAGG member?  Join today  Membership is $50 annually.

    Register for the workshop with the participation fee payable in advance via the MAGG website at www.metalartsguildga.org

    If your payment is accepted, you are registered for the workshop.  If the workshop is sold out and you want to be added to the wait list, email info@metalartsguildga.com.

    • Saturday, August 01, 2020
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Sunday, August 02, 2020
    • 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • In the comfort of your own home
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    2-Day Live Online Class

    Steel and Gold Love Story

    instructed by

    Bette Barnett



    August 1 - August 2, 2020

    Saturday - Sunday, between 10 am - 7 pm EST daily

    Tentative Shedule:

    (Please note, we are offering a virtual meet & greet on Friday, July 31 from 6-7pm to orient students with introductions and class logistics.  This is not mandatory if you cannot make it.)


    Saturday:

    10am-12pm Live online class lecture and demos

    Studio time (virtual office hours 1-2pm)

    3-5pm Live online class lecture and demos

    Studio time (virtual office hours 6-7pm)

    Sunday:

    10am-12pm  Live online class lecture and demos

    Studio time (virtual office hours 1-2pm)

    3-5pm Live online class lecture and demos

    Studio time (virtual office hours 6-7pm)




    REGISTER NOW!

    Registration and payment must be received by July 21st!

           


    Visit  https://www.studiomigoto.com/ to view Bette's work.

    Skill Level Required:  Advanced beginner: Basic metal working skill set including sawing, filing, soldering, sanding and finishing techniques.  Should feel reasonably comfortable using a torch. 

         

    Class Description

    Steel is a fantastic metal for jewelry. It is lightweight, malleable and affordable. Adding gold takes steel to another level entirely by creating the sharp contrast of rich buttery gold against the deep black of patinated steel. In this live online workshop you will learn how to work with steel and fuse gold and copper to it to create dramatic mixed metals jewelry. You’ll gain hands on experience with mild steel including how to cut, solder and form it. You will also learn how to apply interesting textures to steel using hammers, burs and the rolling mill. Fusing gold to steel is an exciting technique that allows you to layer the rich glow of high karat gold against black of patinated steel. In addition, you’ll fuse copper to steel to achieve a different look for your mixed metals jewelry. You’ll learn various techniques for fusing gold and copper to steel using different types of torches. You will learn to apply patinas to your steel jewelry including flame patinas and chemical patinas. Finally, you will learn how to seal and protect steel jewelry. The workshop consists of four two-hour live online sessions with time in between for hands-on studio time at home.  During individual studio work time there will be designated virtual office hours for instructor feedback.


    Unit 1 — Working with steel (sourcing, cutting, filing/sanding, texturing and forming)

    Unit 2 — Soldering steel; preparing your gold and steel for fusing.

    Unit 3 — fusing gold to steel sheet and heavy steel wire; using different types of torches to fuse

    Unit 4 — Patinating and sealing your steel jewelry 


    Please Note: Please note the student tools and supplies are not provided by MAGG.  MAGG will offer some open studio time in between virtual sessions for up to 6 local students upon request, please email the artist assistant if you are interested. A finalized schedule of live session times, office hours and studio times will be emailed out closer to the time of the workshop.


    Student Kit $55 (includes shipping)

    • Steel — two sheets of mild steel 6” x 6”, 20g and 18g

    • Steel wire — 1 foot long, 10g

    • Copper — 3” x 1” 30g

    • Samples of flux, Sparex No. 1 and Clear Wax

    • Small jars for gold and copper pallions

    • Brass scratch brush

    • 3M mesh scrub pad

    • Cheese cloth

    • Class handout (including project patterns and source sheet) 


    Student Tools and Supplies

    Gold sheet—at least 1”x1” of 18, 20 or 22k gold any color (yellow, rose, red, etc.), 30 gauge, any hardness.

    Torch—dual gas or acetylene/air (note small butane, propane or MAPP torches do not produce sufficient heat

    Soldering station—soldering pads or charcoal blocks, firebricks, etc.

    Soldering tools—third hand, solder pick

    Quench bowl with water

    Neutralizing solution (baking soda and water)

    Pickle pot—steel and non-ferrous should not be mixed in the same pot

    Pickle solution—any kind of acid will work; however, Sparex No. 1 is faster for steel (you will have a small sample in your kit, enough to make two cups of solution)

    Pumice type cleaner—GoJo, Fast Orange, Barkeepers Friend or pumice powder

    Degreaser—denatured alcohol, isopropyl alcohol or any commercial degreasing agent (not acetone)

    Hand tools—the usual assortment of hand tools for working with metals such as files, pliers, hammers, etc.

    Saw frame and 2/0, 3/0 and 4/0 blades

    Bur life, beeswax or other lubricant

    Magnifier such as Optivisor if you use it

    Rubber cement

    Sharp scissors

    Patina from Sculpt Nouveau. Birchwood Liquid Patina Black (PC9, M24 or BST4 ) and/or Japanese Brown

    Optional: mandrels and stakes (cuff mandrel, rounded stack, etc.) These are helpful for forming but not essential.

    Optional: texturing hammers, texturing burs, rolling mill and pattern plates, anything you normally use to texture metals 


    Questions, contact artist assistant: Piper Espey, pipermoonmetal@gmail.com

    Cost

    $250 Members

    $275 Non-Members

    (Kit fee $55 payable to MAGG)


    Where

    In the comfort of your own home!

    Open Studio @ MAGG Studio, 5353 Buford Highway NE, Doraville, GA 30340

    Registration

    Not a current MAGG member?  Join today  Membership is $50 annually.

    Register for the workshop with the participation fee payable in advance via the MAGG website at www.metalartsguildga.org

    If your payment is accepted, you are registered for the workshop.  If the workshop is sold out and you want to be added to the wait list, email info@metalartsguildga.com.

    Cancellation / Refund Policy

    If you need to cancel your registration, please notify the workshop contact as soon as possible.  A cancellation fee of 20% of the workshop tuition will be charged on cancellations received more than 28 days before the start of the workshop.  Cancellations received less than 28 days but more than 10 days before the workshop will receive a 50% refund; cancellations received 10 days or less before the start of the workshop will receive no refund.  If your seat in the workshop can be filled, only the cancellation fee (20%) will apply.

    • Friday, September 11, 2020
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Sunday, September 13, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340
    • 4
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    3-Day Workshop

    Embellishing Jewelry with Handmade Prong Settings Workshop

    instructed by

    Joanna Gollberg


    September 11 - September 13, 2020

    Friday - Sunday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm daily

    Through fabrication methods and proper soldering techniques, students will learn how to create a wire prong setting to trap objects in their jewelry.  We'll also learn a variety of soldering techniques (such as sheet & wire applique, open filigree wire work, and simple kinetics) which will help students add surprising and delightful details to their work.  Many other short cuts, tips & tricks, and techniques will be covered as we go along!  Soldering small to large components will be a major part of this class.  Students should be prepared with ideas of jewelry designs they want to complete or the instructor can give assignments.

    Please note: We will only be using a torch with two gases in this class, such as the Smith Little Torch.  Be prepared to have a mind-blowing experience working with this tool!

    Joanna received her A.A.S. in Jewelry Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 1997. She has been a self-employed studio jeweler for 20 years, selling her work at craft & jewelry galleries and fine craft shows in the US. She has authored four books on making jewelry (all published by Lark Books), and her work been included in numerous publications, such as Metalsmith Magazine, Ornament Magazine, 20th Century Jewelers, and 500 Wedding Rings. She teaches jewelry making for metalsmithing groups, and craft schools, such as Penland School of Crafts, Arrowmont, and Haystack Craft School.

    Workshop Artist Assistant:  Mary Pettignano mpettignano@gmail.com

    Student Supplies:

    Easy & Hard wire solder. 5(ish) feet of each.

    Sheet metal: 24-18 gauge of any metal of your choice or whatever you have on hand

    Wire: 24-12 gauge of any metal of your choice or whatever you have on hand. 20, 18, & 16g are best for most prongs.

    Found Objects, gemstones, beads, buttons, whatever you want to trap.

    Do not fret if you are not sure what metal to buy. You will be able to buy it or trade for it in class once you know what you need. Just bring materials you think you might want to use for making the jewelry you like.

    Tools:

    Saw frame & size 3/0 blades, steel ruler with millimeters, chasing hammer, rawhide mallet, Drill bits of various sizes (.8mm, 1mm, 1.2mm or corresponding sizes for 18, 16, and 14 gauge wires), 220- and 400-grit wet/dry (gray color) sandpaper, scribe, snips, flat-nose pliers, round-nose pliers, chain-nose pliers, titanium solder pick, protective eyewear, apron, notebook for sketching & taking notes. Bring any flex shaft accessories you want.

    Please bring a cheap metal cookie tray with a lip. This will be used for all your soldering tools. You will keep all your soldering needs on this tray and carry it back and forth to the soldering station. This is extremely helpful!

    Do not fret if you do not have a complete set of tools. You can use what the studio has or you can borrow from me or classmates.

    WRITE YOUR NAME ON EVERY ITEM YOU BRING.

    Highly Suggested purchases:

    Green Pumice wheels: Rio Grande product #332-722 (pack of 10)

    Advantedge Silicone polishing wheels:

    Black (medium) #332-621 (pack of 10)

    White (coarse) #332-601 (pack of 10)

    Penetrable soldering block: www.kaiserlee.com Kaiser Lee Board, size 1” x “8” x 9”

    (Joanna will have Kaiser Lee boards to sell for $10.)

    Cost

    $375 Members

    $400 Non-Members


    Where

    MAGG Studio, 5353 Buford Highway NE, Doraville, GA 30340

    Registration

    Not a current MAGG member?  Join today  Membership is $50 annually.

    Register for the workshop with the participation fee payable in advance via the MAGG website at www.metalartsguildga.org

    If your payment is accepted, you are registered for the workshop.  If the workshop is sold out and you want to be added to the wait list, email info@metalartsguildga.com.

    Cancellation / Refund Policy

    If you need to cancel your registration, please notify the workshop contact as soon as possible.  A cancellation fee of 20% of the workshop tuition will be charged on cancellations received more than 28 days before the start of the workshop.  Cancellations received less than 28 days but more than 7 days before the workshop will receive a 50% refund; cancellations received 7 days or less before the start of the workshop will receive no refund.  If your seat in the workshop can be filled, only the cancellation fee (20%) will apply.

    • Friday, September 18, 2020
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Sunday, September 20, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340
    • 4
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    3-Day Workshop


    Rings That Do Things

    instructed by

    Chris Darway


    September 18 - September 20, 2020

    Friday - Sunday, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm daily

    Chris Darway has been working in metals for over 40 years as a designer, teacher and artisan.  Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in New Jersey, he received a BFA in craft design from Philadelphia College of Arts.

    He is a two-time recipient of the New Jersey State Council of Arts Award.  His work has been exhibited in Germany, Japan (International Pearl Design Contest, prize winner) and England.  He has taught at the University of the Arts, University of Delaware and Montclair State University, NJ.  He's been a senior PMC instructor for Rio Grande, former president of Pennsylvania Society of Goldsmiths and writer at Art Jewelry Magazine.

    He currently teaches at the Wayne Art Center, Wayne, PA and the University of the Arts, Continuing Studies Program, Philadelphia, PA.

    Workshop Artist Assistant: Lisa Heller, llhellerhome@comcast.net


    Day 1 --  Knuckle Adjustable Ring

    Kit fee of $27.00 paid to instructor for all materials in the project.  Below is a picture of the suggested tools for the workshop.


    Day 2 & 3 -- Rings That Do Things

    Decoder ring, whistle ring, fighting ring, wedding ring, poison ring, puzzle ring, nose ring, smoke ring, folding ring ......   Let's make some rings!  Chris Darway

    Create your own design!  Use your imagination and have fun constructing your dream with the help of a master craftsman.

    Student materials needed for Day 2 & 3 - Bring a sketch book and idea of a ring, your tool box and materials to create your masterpiece.

    Cost

    Members - $425

    Non-Members - $450

    (Kit fee of $27 payable to instructor for Day 1)

    Where

    MAGG Studio, 5353 Buford Highway NE, Doraville, GA 30340

    Registration

    Not a current MAGG member?  Join today  Membership is $50 annually.

    Register for the workshop with the participation fee payable in advance via the MAGG website at www.metalartsguildga.org

    If your payment is accepted, you are registered for the workshop.  If the workshop is sold out and you want to be added to the wait list, email info@metalartsguildga.com.

    Cancellation / Refund Policy

    If you need to cancel your registration, please notify the workshop contact as soon as possible.  A cancellation fee of 20% of the workshop tuition will be charged on cancellations received more than 28 days before the start of the workshop.  Cancellations received less than 28 days but more than 7 days before the workshop will receive a 50% refund; cancellations received 7 days or less before the start of the workshop will receive no refund.  If your seat in the workshop can be filled, only the cancellation fee (20%) will apply.

    • Friday, October 02, 2020
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Sunday, October 04, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340
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    Manipulating Stones Workshop

    with

    Ryan Gardner


    October 2 - October 4, 2020

    Friday - Sunday, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm daily

       

    In this workshop Ryan will show students various ways of manipulating already cut stones.  Throughout the workshop Ryan will give demonstrations on how to drill holes in stones, carve patterns into stone and polish the carving, how to put gold leaf into the carvings, carve and polish grooves and inside curves and more!  All this will be done with the flex shaft, no large lapidary equipment required.  Students will also be shown how to make their own bezel wire, and construct bezels for various off shaped and faceted stones.  Ryan will have stones available for students to use and practice with, however students are welcome to and even encouraged to bring stones they are not sure what to do with or want to change.

    Ryan will have a variety of diamond bits and powders for students to use and some available for purchase.  Students should bring their basic tools used for fabrication, saw frame, pliers, tweezers...etc.

    More info about Ryan Gardner

    Participation in the arts was always important to me growing up.  A strong arts program in high school influenced my decision to pursue a degree int he arts.  I chose the arts program at Bowling Green State University in northwest Ohio where I discovered and fell in love with metals.  I was introduced to many artists, including Michael Boyd, who became an inspiration for me.

    Since being in Colorado I have started my own business, Ryan Gardner Designs.  I now showcase my work in galleries across the country.  I love working with combing stone and metal in new ways creating works of art for people to enjoy in their daily lives.

    Workshop Artist assistant:  Nicole Mermans  nicole@mermans.com


    Cost

    $450 Members

    $475 Non-Members


    Where

    MAGG Studio, 5353 Buford Highway NE, Doraville, GA 30340

    Registration

    Not a current MAGG member?  Join today  Membership is $50 annually.

    Register for the workshop with the participation fee payable in advance via the MAGG website at www.metalartsguildga.org

    If your payment is accepted, you are registered for the workshop.  If the workshop is sold out and you want to be added to the wait list, email info@metalartsguildga.com.

    Cancellation / Refund Policy

    If you need to cancel your registration, please notify the workshop contact as soon as possible.  A cancellation fee of 20% of the workshop tuition will be charged on cancellations received more than 28 days before the start of the workshop.  Cancellations received less than 28 days but more than 7 days before the workshop will receive a 50% refund; cancellations received 7 days or less before the start of the workshop will receive no refund.  If your seat in the workshop can be filled, only the cancellation fee (20%) will apply.

    • Wednesday, October 21, 2020
    • 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Saturday, October 24, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340
    • 8
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    5-Day Workshop

    Hydraulic Press: Basics and Beyond Workshop

    instructed by

    Cynthia Eid


    October 21 - October 25, 2020

    Wednesday - Sunday, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm daily

    Whether using hammers and stakes or a hydraulic press, Cynthia's sculptural jewelry and hollowware shows her focus on exploring the fluidity with which metal can be moved, formed, and joined.  Cynthia co-authored the book Creative Metal Forming with Betty Helen Longhi.  Having worked with Argentium Silver since 1999, Eid's participation in the development of AS has brought her recognition as a Pioneer by Argentium International, Ltd.  Cynthia enjoys helping to develop tools for jewelers and metalsmiths, working with Knew Concepts and Bonny Doon, as well as with Betty Helen Longhi and Brian Meek to develop a set of 4 anticlastic stakes.  Cynthia Eid's metalwork has won awards for creativity and design, been featured in many publications, and been exhibited internationally.  With a BS in Art Education and MFA in Jewelry, Deisgn, and Silversmithing, she has previously worked as a bench jeweler for fine goldsmiths, a model-maker in a gold jewelry factory, and on private commissions.  Her work is in museums in the US and UK.  Currently an independent metalsmith and educator, she has taught in the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia.

    During this four-day course, learn how to use the hydraulic press to explore the design and form possibilities it offers. This tool provides limitless opportunities for creating forms and textures. The class will begin with hydraulic press safety and care before moving on to its applications for jewelry.  Learn how to make your own embossing tools and silhouette forming dies. Students will learn how to use a range of Bonny Doon tools, including anticlastic, synclastic, and free-form bracelet tools.  Mastering these tools and techniques will allow students to produce bracelets, earrings, beads, and more.  This class will demystify the different urethanes and dies while providing students with best practices for using the press and with the confidence to improvise! 

    Cynthia will show samples of variations and possibilities for each technique. This course is process-oriented, rather than project-based. Demonstrations will alternate with time for hands-on work. This workshop is appropriate for students with basic metalsmithing skills as well as professionals.


        

    Visit Cynthia Eid's website at https://www.cynthiaeid.com/


    Questions, contact Artist Assistant:  Alan Bremer  alanscottbremer@gmail.com


    CLICK for Participant Materials List

    Cost

    Member Fee:  $725.00

    Non-member Fee:  $750.00

    ($50 material kit fee will be paid to instructor)


    Where

    MAGG Studio, 5353 Buford Highway NE, Doraville, GA 30340

    Registration

    Not a current MAGG member?  Join today  Membership is $50 annually.

    Register for the workshop with the participation fee payable in advance via the MAGG website at www.metalartsguildga.org

    If your payment is accepted, you are registered for the workshop.  If the workshop is sold out and you want to be added to the wait list, email info@metalartsguildga.com.

    Cancellation / Refund Policy

    If you need to cancel your registration, please notify the workshop contact as soon as possible.  A cancellation fee of 20% of the workshop tuition will be charged on cancellations received more than 28 days before the start of the workshop.  Cancellations received less than 28 days but more than 7 days before the workshop will receive a 50% refund; cancellations received 7 days or less before the start of the workshop will receive no refund.  If your seat in the workshop can be filled, only the cancellation fee (20%) will apply.




    • Monday, November 09, 2020
    • 10:00 AM (EST)
    • Thursday, November 12, 2020
    • 5:00 PM (EST)
    • 5353 Buford Highway NE Doraville GA 30340
    • 6
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     In the Heat of the Moment:

    Explore/Expand/Excel


    Torch-fired Enameling with

    ANNE HAVEL

    November 9 - 12, 2020

    Monday - Thursday - 10:00 am -5:00 pm

    Anne is an enamellist, metalsmith and lampworker (she makes glass beads).  She is inspired by many of the abstract painters, space objects and creatures from her own imagination, molecular level shapes, geometry, clay artists, building structures, flowers, etc.


    Using a torch, various methods of line creation and imagery within your enamel piece will be demonstrated.  By applying successive layers of liquid, acrylic, as well as transparent and opaque powdered enamels, techniques such as sgraffito, graphite, sifting, firescale, acid-etching, painting and more will be covered.  no matter your skill level, there will be opportunity to delve into new ideas and principles.

    Cost

    Members - $450 at time of registration online

    Non-Members - $475 at time of registration online

    (cost includes material fee and material fee paid fee to instructor)


    Where

    5353 Buford Highway NE, Doraville, GA 30340


    Student Supply List

    • Tinted eye protection recommended
    • dust/fumes mask - North by Honeywell-7781P100M North 7000 series
    Everyone needs SMALL.
    • old magazines to tear up
    • fairly fine paint brushes - at least 2.  (Some of Anne's favorites are Thompson m-16B, Blick Master Natural brush - Round, 3/0 Item #05832-703, Blick Master Natural brush - Round, size 0 Item #08532-1000)
    • saw frame and blades, 3/0 or 4/0
    • drills for riveting and/or earlier holes, mostly sizes 50-69
    • 2 jars or plastic containers about 12-16 oz for water
    • copper sheet, 20-22 gauge and copper shapes you might have.  We start small, with shapes or pieces under 1".  Try not to bring anything under 24 gauge.
    • small trivets, if you own them: bring total of 3 (Thompson #TPT-1 (three point trivet) 1/4" D. 1 1/4" H; Thompson #TPT-2 (three point trivet) 2"D. 1 1/2"H)
    • sharp tools for scratching.  Dental tools are best. (Amazon)
    • graphite pencils, HB, 2B & 4B (Michael's)
    • A Tomato can, (approx. 28 oz size) if you wish to make your own "kiln".  We can pre-fire OUTDOORS before class to remove the toxic chemicals

    Registration

    Not a current MAGG member?  Join today  Membership is $50 annually.

    Register for the workshop with the participation fee payable in advance via the MAGG website at www.metalartsguildga.org

    If your payment is accepted, you are registered for the workshop.  If the workshop is sold out and you want to be added to the wait list, email info@MetalArtsGuildGA.org

    Cancellation / Refund Policy

    If you need to cancel your registration, please notify the workshop contact as soon as possible.  A cancellation fee of 20% of the workshop tuition will be charged on cancellations received more than 28 days before the start of the workshop.  Cancellations received less than 28 days but more than 7 days before the workshop will receive a 50% refund; cancellations received 7 days or less before the start of the workshop will receive no refund.  If your seat in the workshop can be filled, only the cancellation fee (20%) will apply.

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