|Advanced Jewellery 2 - Second year: visit gallery
In addition to the development and elaboration of advanced jewellery techniques, the second year programme is composed of conceptual exercises designed to provide students a more liberal understanding of jewellery. These excercises center around
the creative dynamics and its language and focus on stimulating individual experimentation and research.
Lessons of freehand drawing and jewellery history complete the programme.
advanced techniques of jewelry construction, conceptual exercises, history of jewellery, freehand drawing,
conceptual exercises: Peter Bauhuis
freehand drawing and jewellery history : Doris Maninger
Students are admitted to the course upon presentation of a curriculum with photos illustrating their level of technical preparation.
This portfolio must be approved by the course tutors prior to admittance. Maximum enrollment in the course is 12 students.