This is our fourth annual summer workshop listing of courses in metalsmithing, jewelry and related fields. As we go to press, much of the information given here is tentative or to-be-scheduled. Therefore, do write or call for verification of workshop themes, instructors and dates. Because enrollment is limited in many programs, we suggest you make reservations early.

We hope this section will be of help to those interested in pursuing studies in metalworking over the summer.


Southern Illinois University, Carbondale



California College of Arts and Crafts

5212 Broadway at College Oakland, CA 94618

Telephone (415) 653-8118

Ellen Jouret, Dean of Extended Studies

Summer Program June 25-29, The Enameled Image; July 2-6, Special Jewelry Techniques; July 9-13, Titanium & Niobium Jewelry; July 16-20, Production Power

Instructors Kay Y. Yee, David LaPlantz, Florence Resnikoff , Anne Krohn Graham

Accommodations Limited dormitory space

Gemological Institute of America

P.O. Box 2110 1660 Stewart Street Santa Monica, CA 90406

Telephone (213) 829-2991

Zavella Jacobson, Office Manager

Summer Program May 3-June 22 and July 5-August 24, Jewelry Design Resident Program; June 4-July 20, Hand Engraving Resident Program; May 7-11, June 9-13, September 24-28, Jewelry Repair; May 14-18, July 16-20, Basic Stone Setting; May 21-25, July 23-27, Advanced Stone Setting; June 25-29, Jewelry Design; June 4-15, August 6-17, Wax Modeling and Casting; July 9-20, September 10-21, Basic Gem Cutting; September 24-October 19, Advanced Gem Cutting; July 26-27, Pearl and Bead Stringing. One-day Platinum Workshops: June 16, Philadelphia, PA; July 14, Hartford, CT; August 4, Detroit, MI; August 25, Chicago, IL; September 15, Kansas City, MO

Ganoksin is sponsored by

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations Some housing available: call for information

Laguna Beach School of Art

2222 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Telephone (714) 497-3309

Summer Program June 25-September 1. Enameling and Jewelry

Instructors Correen Kaufman and Molly McGuire

Accommodations Hotels and motels in area

Jewelry Tech Institute, Inc.

7271 Garden Grove Blvd., Suite F Garden Grove, CA 92641

Telephone (714) 897-0935 or 0930

Marilyn Ravanal

Summer Program May 29-June 7, Rendering; Hand Engraving; June 4-7, Beginning Faceting; June 11-14, Soldering; Intermediate/Advanced Faceting; June 18-21, Beginning Stone Setting; June 25-28, Advanced Stone Setting; July 9-14, Rendering; July 9-12, Beginning Faceting; July 16-19, Intermediate/Advanced Faceting: July 23-August 2, Hand Engraving; July 23-26, Rubber Molding & Wax Injecting; July 30-August 2, Beginning Stone Setting; August 6-9, Advanced Stone Setting: Soldering: August 13-16, Beginning Stone Setting; Beginning Faceting; August 20-23, Advanced Stone Setting; Intermediate/Advanced Faceting

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations Hotels and motels in area

Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts

760 Market Street, Suite 937 San Francisco, CA 94102

Telephone (415) 391 -4179

Alan Revere, Director

Summer Program June 10-August 20. Workshops in Anticlastic Raising with Michael Good; Working and Coloring Titanium with Edward deLarge; Design Development through Forging with Helen Shirk; Basketry Techniques for Metal with Susan Wood-Onstad; Design and Creativity with Alan Revere; Marketing your Line with Alan Revere.

Regular classes in Casting, Diamonds, Engraving, Forging, Forming, Gem Identification, Goldsmithing, Granulation, Jewelry Repair, Photography, Refining Precious Metals, Rendering. Rubber Mold Making, Sales Techniques, Stone Setting and Wax Techniques

Ganoksin is sponsored by

Instructors George D. Mclean, Keith Bartel, Paul Christensen, Michel Royston, Barry Blau, Ed Friedman, Craig Gamble, Yvette Rutledge, Dawn Nakanishi, Carolyn Moniz, Celia Kuitunen and Si and Annie Frazier

Accommodations Hotels and residence halls in town

International Summer Seminal

Art Dept. San Diego State University San Diego, CA 92182

Telephone (619) 265-651 1

Arline Fisch

Summer Program June 24-July 7. One session in advanced jewelry and enameling

Instructors Jewelry—Wendy Ramshaw and Arline Fisch; Enameling—Joann Tanzer and an enamelist from Japan

Accommodations Available in university housing

Colorado Dunconor Workshops

P.O. Box 17324 Denver, CO 80217

Telephone (303) 295-0419

Summer Program June-August. Two-week sessions in design, production techniques and advanced jewelry techniques

Instructors Harold O’Connor and Randall Gunther

Accommodations Lodging, cabins and camping

Summervail Workshop

Box 117 Minturn, CO 81645

Telephone (303) 827-5703

Summervail Workshop Gallery: (303) 476-7757

Susan Whitmore

Summer Program June 18-August 10 One-week workshops in enameling, general metalsmithing, blacksmithing and sculpture

Instructors Jaime Bennett, Dale Eldred and others

Accommodations Camping areas and local hotels


Brookfield Craft Center

P.O. Box 122 Brookfield, CT 06804

Telephone (203) 775-4526

Summer Program May 19-20, Pewtersmithing Techniques with James Seavey; June 2-3, Chasing and Repoussé with Barbara Minor; June 18-22, Color in Jewelry with David LaPlantz; June 30-July 1, Plastics for Metalsmiths with Peter Handler; July 2-6, Advanced Knifemaking Techniques with Alt Ward; July 16-20, Basic Metalsmithing Techniques with Barbara Minor

Accommodations Local bed and breakfast, hotels, motels and campgrounds

Creative Arts Workshop

80 Audubon Street New Haven, CT 06511

Telephone (203) 562-4927

Deborah Weaver

Summer Program Mid-June-July. Two six-week classes in jewelry and metal sculpture Instructors Ed Warner and Ann P. Lehman

Accommodations Hotels in town


Southern Illinois University

School of Art Carbondale, IL 62901

Dr. Patricia Covington

Summer Program July 9-August 3. Advanced Blacksmithing; Enameling; Jewelry

Instructor Richard Mawdsley

Accommodations Campus housing


Haystack Mountain School of Crafts

Deer lsle, ME 04627

Telephone (207) 348-6946

Summer Program June 10-September 7. Two- and three-week workshops in metalsmithing and blacksmithing

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations Doubles, triples and dormitory rooms on campus

Portland School of Art

97 Spring Street Portland, ME 04101

TeIephone (207) 775-3052

Betsy Williams, Director of Admissions

Summer Program Mid-June-July. Jewelry and silversmithing

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations Hotels and motels in town


Boston Museum School

Summer School Office 230 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115

Telephone (617) 267-1219

Donald Grey

Summer Program Workshops in metalsmithing and jewelrymaking

lnstructors To be announced

Accommodations Hotels in town

Boston University

Program in Artisanry 620 Commonwealth Avenue Boston. MA 02215

Telephone (617) 353-2022

Summer Program May 15-June 23 and June 26-August 4. Noncredit courses from beginning to advanced metalsmithing techniques and design

Instructors Clark Sanford. Georgia Giesser, Jeff Charnick

Accommodations Dorms and private work spaces for each student


Montana State University

School of Art Bozeman, MT 59717

Telephone (406) 994-2952

Richard Helzer

Summer Program June 18-August 17 Beginning Jewelry; Advanced Metalworking: Graduate Metalworking

Instructor Al Gilmore

Accommodations Campus housing

New Jersey

Old Church Cultural Center

School of Art 561 Piermont Road Demarest, NJ 07627

Telephone (201) 767-7160

Ron Garofalo, Executive Director

Summer Program June-July. Eight-week sessions in jewelry

Accommodations Hotels and motels in the area

New York

YWCA of New York City

610 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10022

Telephone (212) 755-4500

Janet Katz, Director

Summer Program July 9-19, Silversmithing with William Seitz; July 10-31 , Creative Chains and Clasps with Tamiko Ferguson; July 11-August 11, Creative Settings and Stones with Phebe Allen Blake and Morris Winkler

Ganoksin is sponsored by

Accommodations Hotels in town

Fashion Institute of Technology

Jewelry Design Dept. 227 West 27 Street New York, NY 10001

Telephone (212) 760-7826

Melvin Strump, Dept. Chairman

Summer Program June and early July. Daytime and evening classes in Studio Jewelry, Rendering and Gemology

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations Hotels in town

Kulicke-Starke Academy of Jewelry Art

2231 Broadway New York, NY 10024

Telephone (212) 362-8633

Margot Bachmann

Summer Program July 9-13, July 16-20, July 23-27. Intensive workshops in cloisonné enameling, silversmithing and goldsmithing, granulation, stonecutting, stonesetting and chainmaking

Instructors Jean Stark, Louise Parrish, Elizabeth Jamieson

Accommodations Hotels in town

92nd Street Y Jewelry Dept.

92nd Street YM-YWHA 1395 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10128

Telephone (212) 427-6000, ext. 162

Alison Howard Levy, Director

Summer Program June 3-July 25. June 3 and June 10, Working in Gold with Kim Bass: June 18-21. Designing Jewelry with the body in mind with Enid Kaplan; June 25-28, Printmaking Techniques for Enameling with Rebekah Laskin; July 8-11, Patination of Metals with Cynthia Cetlin; July 8-11, Lost Wax Casting with Jonathan Quick; July 22-25, Champlevé Enameling with Antonia Schwed. Others to be announced. Also, six weekly evening sessions in jewelrymaking with David Tisdale and Mary Beth Rozkewicz

Accommodations Hotels in town

Parsons School of Design

66 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10012

Telephone (212) 741-8668, 741-5795

Mary Ann Scherr or Carol Williams

Summer Program June 1 8-July 28. Courses in Introductory and Intermediate Metals; Design and Rendering; Design and Production of Fashion Jewelry; Metal Forming; Electronics in Jewelry; Stone Setting; Acrylics and Metal; Anodizing; Photoetching Workshop

Ganoksin is sponsored by

Instructors Deborah Aguado, Richard Palermo, Peter Mroczkowski, Michael Lieber, Gary Dougherty, Cara Croninger, David Tisdale and Mary Ann Scherr

Accommodations Hotels in town

Sculpture Center Studios

167 East 69 Street New York, NY 10021

Telephone (212) 737-9870

Gary L. Sussman, Academic Director

Summer Program June-August. Workshops in stone, wood, welding and bronze casting

Instructors John Rackham. Jon Snow, Sylvia Davenport, Juan Larranga, David Klass, Lily Landis, Marion Roller, Frank Costa and others

Accommodations Hotels in town

Studio Jewelers Ltd.

32 East 31 Street New York, NY 10016

Telephone (212) 686-1944

Robert Streppone, Director

Summer Program June 18-August 17. Stonesetting; Wax/Casting/Moldmaking; Jewelry Repair; Bead Stringing: Enameling; Beginning and Advanced Metal Fabrication; Jewelry Rendering Instructors Robert Streppone, Patience Morgan, Lawrence Sultana, Donny Y Li, Donna Sturm, Takuro Nakaura and Terri Gelenian

Accommodations YMCA and local hotels

Westchester Art Workshop

County Center Building White Plains, NY 10607

Telephone (914) 683-3986

Summer Program May 14-June 22 and June 25-July 6. Two six-week semesters with classes one day per week in Jewelry, Jewelry and Enameling, Jewelry and Casting and Jewelry Independent Study. Also, special one-day workshops: May 16 and July 14, Marketing Your Jewelry with Randey Gordon

Instructors Trudy Jeremias, Randey Gordon and Mariette Bevington

Accommodations Hotels and motels in area

North Carolina

Haywood Technical College

Freedlander Drive Clyde, NC 28721

TeIephone (704) 627-2821

Arch Gregory

Summer Program July 10-September 25. Repoussé, photoetching, stonesetting, mokume, granulation, inlay, reticulation. refractory metals, engraving, electroplating and gilding

Instructor Arch Gregory

Accommodations Motels and house rentals

The John C. Campbell Folk School

Brasstown, NC 28902

TeIephone (704) 837-2775


Summer Program Blacksmithing: May 27-June 2 with David Brewin, July 22-August 4 with Mark Bokenkamp, August 5-18 with Glenn Gilmore, August 19-September 1 with Charles Fuller, and September 9-22 with Jud Nelson; Enameling: May 27-June 2 with Maggie and Gus Masters. July 8-21 with Jeanne Garrison, and July 22-August 4 with Maggie and Gus Masters; July 8-21, Copper Sculpture & Lost Wax Casting with Neil Garrison; July 22-August 4, Mixed Media: Metal/Weaving with Rosemary Gould; July 8-14, Knifemaking with Travis Daniels

Ganoksin is sponsored by


Ann Krohn Graham, California College of Arts and Crafts


Penland School of Crafts

Penland, NC 28765

Telephone (704) 765-2359

Summer Program June 4-August 31. Sculpture; Blacksmithing; Metals; Enameling

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations On campus room and board


American Society tor Metals

Metals Park, OH 44073

Telephone (216) 338-5151

Rodney W. Allwood, Director of Education

Summer Program May-September. Three-, four-, and five-day sessions including Elements of Metallurgy, Principles of Machining, Heat Treatment of Steel, Sheet Metal Forming Technology, Electroplating, Welding Metallurgy, Metallographic Techniques and many others

Accommodations Local hotels

Kent State University

School of Art Kent, OH 44242

Telephone (216) 672-2192

Bruce Metcalf

Summer Program June 11-July 14. Four-week intensive workshop in metalworking, including material on spray etching

Instructors Bruce Metcalf, Linda Threadgill and others

Accommodations Dorms and local housing

Miami University

CraftSummer/Rowan Hall Oxford, OH 45056

Peter Dahoda, Director

TeIephone (513) 529-7128

Summer Program Three-, five-, and ten-day workshops in June and July in Enamels, Metals, Woven Wire and Cast Pewter

Instructors William Harper, William Helwig, Mary Klein, Bob Ebendorf, Stuart Golder, Kent Vanderplas and Bruce Metcalf

Accommodations Dorms


Oregon School of Arts and Crafts

8245 S.W. Barnes Road Portland, OR 97225

Telephone (503) 297-5544

Andrea Nebel, Curriculum Assistant

Summer Program June 11-16, Sheet Metal Forming with Heikki Seppä: June 27-29, Bendering Techniques for Enamel with Martha Banyas Accommodations Local bed and breakfast by special arrangement


The Jewelry Institute, Rhode Island


Rhode lsland

The Jewelry Institute

40 Sims Avenue Providence, RI 02909

Telephone (401) 351-0700

Richard E. Edgerton, Training Coordinator

Summer Program August 1-10. Courses in Soldering; Basic Jewelry Making; Working with Refractory Metals; Gemology; Bead Craft; Fundamentals of Assaying; Decorative Hammering Techniques; Pave Setting; Creative Enameling; Hand Engraving; Practical Electroplating Workshop; Decorative Epoxying; Sample Making; White Metal Mold Making; Basic Die Making; Wax Carving for Lost Wax Carving; Jewelry from Start to Finish. Intensive, 40-hour courses in Jewelry Design; Basic Jewelry Skills; Stone and Diamond Setting; Introduction to Lost Wax Casting

Ganoksin is sponsored by

Instructors Regular faculty and industry experts

Accommodations Hotels and motels in town

Rhode Island School of Design

2 College Street Providence. RI 02903

Telephone (401) 331 -3511

Mary Lyle

Summer Program June 24-August 3. Six-week workshops in Jewelry and Metalsmithing; Technical Illustration; Foundation Drawing; Perspective Drawing; Illustration

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations Campus housing


Appalachian Center for Crafts

Box 347 A-1, Route 3 Smithville, TN 37166

Telephone (615) 597-6801 or 6802

Summer Program June 18-August 24. One- and two-week workshops in: Enameling with Jim Melinda; Fibers Techniques with Rosemary Gould; Basic Metals and Metalsmithing with Tim McCreight; Blacksmithing with Frank Turley; Titanium with Bill Seeley; Metal Fabrication with Thelma Coles; Engraving with Alf Ward; Knifemaking with Sid Birt; Jewelry Design with Lynda Watson; Artistic Design in Iron with Jim Brubaker; Damascus Steel with Sid Birt; Architectural lron with Steve Bond

Accommodations Dorms and campgrounds

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts

Box 567 Gatlinburg, TN 37738

Telephone (615) 436-5860

Clare Verstegen, Program Coordinator, Sandra J. Blain, Director

Summer Program June 4-8, Lost Wax Casting with J. Fred Woell; June 11-22, Jewelry Techniques with Chuck Evans; June 25-29, Fabricated Jewelry with Carol Kumata; July 2-13, Blacksmithing with Philip Baldwin; July 16-20, Enameling with Rebekah Laskin; August 13-17, Pewter Techniques with Fred Fenster

Accommodations Campus housing


University of Washington

104 Art Seattle, WA 98195

Telephone (206) 543-0970

Betty Anderson, Undergraduate

Advisor, Art

Summer Program June 20-August 20 Beginning Jewelry

Instructor John Marshall

Accommodations Dorms

West Virginia

Cedar Lakes Crafts Center

Ripley, WV 25271

Telephone (304) 372-6263

Tim Pyles, Director

Summer Program July 16-20, Enameling with Sandy Richert; July 30-August 3, Blacksmithing with Barry Wheeler

Accommodations Campus housing


University of Wisconsin-Madison

Art Dept. Humanities Building Madison, WI 53706

Telephone (608) 262-1660

Fred Fenster

Summer Program May 29-June 17, Pewter workshop; June 18-July 16, Beginning through advanced metalwork—jewelry through hollowware

Instructors To be announced

Accommodations Dorms and private rooms


Harbourfront Craft Studio

417 Queen’s Quay West, Suite 500 Toronto, Ontario M5V 1A2

Telephone (416) 869-8447

Jean Johnson, Craft Studio Coordinator

Summer Program July-August. Weekends and weekly evening classes in basic jewelry making and enameling

Instructors Wendy Shingler, Oksana Kit, Mary Pocock and Susan Wakefield

Accommodations Hotels in town