ARU/CFT 546 JEWELRY THAT GROWS ON TREES
June 16 – 27, 2014
Do you aim to make unique and meaningful jewelry? Consider adding wood to your repertoire! This beautiful, versatile, and affordable material is ideal for experimenting with both techniques and concepts. Using found and commercial wood and low-tech tools, we will investigate a wide range of topics including fabrication, veneering, hand carving, stone setting and finishing techniques. Metal wire forging and manipulation will be introduced as a mean of connecting the wooden elements. Additional exercises and critiques will guide each student toward developing personal content and style.
STUDY INSTITUTE PROGRAM
The institute is designed to offer two weeks of lectures, demonstrations, and hands on studio time. The institute will meet 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday from June16th until June 27th in Sharadin 103. Class enrollment is limited to 15 students. Limited enrollment for ACT 48 non-credit students.
Julia Harrison is a working artist living in Seattle, Washington. She has taught at Penland School of Craft, 92nd Street Y and Pratt Fine Arts Center in Washington State. Julia has a Master in Fine Art from University of Washington, MA; Applied Anthropology, Macquarie University, Sydney AUST and Diploma of Conservation (Metal Conservation), West Dean College, Chichester UK. Her work is in the collection of University of Arkansas Little Rock and the Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland , OR. Julia also lectures extensively on the history, origin and significance of Sweets and Confectionaries from around the world.
Janna Gregonis is a working jeweler living in Berks County, Pennsylvania. She has taught at 92nd Street Y, The Baum School of Art, Peters Valley, Kutztown University, St. Johns University and SUNY West Chester. She has 15 years of experience working in NYC’s diamond district as a consultant for designers, retailers and fabricators. She recently exhibited at the Museum of Brazilian Object: São Paulo, Brazil and The Marlin and Regina Miller Gallery, Kutztown University. Her work is in the collection of Museum of Brazilian Object São Paulo, Brazil.
NON-CREDIT OPTION $325.00
GRADUATE CREDIT FEES PA RESIDENTS OUT-of-STATE
Required Institute Fee/Tuition $1760.50 $2453.50
ACT 48 hours available for credit and noncredit options. For an itemized list of the fee/tuition charges and ACT 48 information please see the Art Education and Crafts website. ACT 48 credit in partnership with PAEA.
Students are encouraged to room on campus, in handicapped-accessible facilities, so they benefit from interaction with colleagues. Room fee includes housing in Golden Bear South Village and linens (2 sheets, 2 towels, washcloth, pillow and blankets).
Room: Twelve Nights – Sunday through Thursday $336.75
Send Institute Registration Form and check to the Registrar’s office, Administration Building, Room 115, Kutztown University Kutztown, PA 19530 or register online at KUSummer.com by June 2, 2014.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Julia Harrison/Janna Gregonis
Jewelry that Grows on Trees
Department of Art Education and Crafts
Kutztown, PA 19530
FAX: (610) 683-4502
Julia Harrison: email@example.com
Janna Gregonis: firstname.lastname@example.org