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ADC Workshop and Event Calendar


WORKSHOP CANCELLATION POLICY: If you cancel any time up to thirty days before the beginning of a workshop, you will receive a refund of the money paid, minus a $35 cancellation fee. If you cancel less than thirty days before the workshop, there will be no refund unless there is a wait list with a replacement. There are no exceptions to this policy.

Upcoming events

    • 13 Oct 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 14 Oct 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Randolph Center Arts & Crafts Building #4 Jewelry Studio, 200 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona 85711 Contact: (520)837-8244
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    What's The Catch?

    Project Description: Unique hinged bracelet with hidden, keyhole catch is fabricated from heat-treated titanium and argentium. Possible embellishments include cabochons, pearls, water casts, rivets, wire and granules. The workshop includes a variety of techniques including patterning titanium, tab setting a cabochon with a thick wall bezel, fusing Argentium silver, using Robert's "Stinger Riveting System" plus patina, roller printing, forming and finishing.

     Bio: Robert is a self-taught metal smith. His hand crafted one-of-a-kind jewelry is all fabricated in his studio in Uptown Yucaipa, CA. He has been a popular instructor for several years as he shares his knowledge and enthusiasm with others. Robert often rolls his own sheet silver from ingots and grinds his own stones. Most of his pieces are designed with a lot of texture and layering, givig his work a very distinctive and distressed look.

    Skill Level: Advanced Beginner /Intermediate (minimum age 18)

    Workshop Fee: ADC Paid Member $250/ Non-Member $285

    Kit: $75. (payable to instructor on the day of the workshop)

    Website: www.robertlopezdesigns.com

    Please read the Workshop Terms

    • 10 Nov 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 11 Nov 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Randolph Recreation Center Arts and Crafts Building #4 Jewelry Studio, 200 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona 85711 Contact: Jeanne (520)837-8244
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    Your Personal Totem

    This class will focus on YOU --- finding your voice, your style. What is your personal history, career, hobbies, or background? That could be where you start. This is YOUR pendant. You will design a one-of-a-kind piece, with a special personal meaning. The student should think about ideas but the final design is not needed until class time. Much of the class will be focused on the hand finishing of the piece. Lexi has several techniques to show, including design, texturing, tube setting, bail design, overlays, ageing and patinas as well as how to correct errors.

    Bio: Lexi is a retired archaeologist who earned a master's Degree in Jewelry Design and Fabrication because knowledge of metals would help while pursuing a Ph. D in Neolithic Iconography. She has taught high school through University level classes for the last 35 years and has been a Contributing Editor for Lapidary Journal/Jewelry Artist Magazine and Jewelry Making Daily for the past 11 years.                                                         

    Website: www.lexierickson.com

    Lexi has coined the term "archaeogica" to describe her own line of jewelry.

    Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate (minimum age 18)

    Workshop Fee: ADC Paid Member $250/Non-Member $285.

    KIT Fee: approximately $75. (payable to instructor on the day of the workshop)

    Please read the Workshop Terms

    • 07 Dec 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 09 Dec 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Milkweed Arts, 1850 West Mulberry Drive, Phoenix, Arizona 85015; Contact:Warren Norgaard at milkweedarts@gmail.com
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    Modeling Glass a New Way To Create

    Traditional techniques of working with frit and powdered glass to create three-dimensional objects tend to be labor-intensive, messy, and require specialized glass casting knowledge. Over the past five years, Lois Manno has developed an entirely new way to work with powders to create fully dimensional work without the undesirable features of casting. The results of her efforts are unlimited possibilities. In this three day workshop, Lois will teach all the basics of making and working with Modeling Glass. Students will make multiple projects, including learning step-by-step how to make their own realistic glass feathers. Students will also be introduced to other ways of working with Modeling Glass while they explore just some of the nearly limitless possibilities. All materials included.

    ARTIST BIO: Glass Bird Studios founder Lois Manno has been a professional artist and author for the past thirty years. During her college years in Texas, she studied drawing & painting, and has illustrated books for numerous publishers. A workshop offered by Bullseye Glass Company transformed Lois' entire attitude toward making art. Subsequent training in coldworking techniques and special effects glass expanded her skill set. She has since developed several techniques unique to her own interest: creating three-dimensional sculptural glass objects without the need for molds. Using glass powder, she creates art inspired by what she loves - feathers, the sky, birds, and other forms from nature. She shares this knowledge in workshops nation-wide.

    Lois has been a contributor to Bullseye Glass Blog. She is a fellow of the National Speleological Society and the Cave Research Foundation. And her work can be found in numerous private collections across the country. Lois' glass work has been included in numerous exhibits nationally. She is a member of the New Mexico Glass Alliance. Her work can be found at Weisser Glass in Kensington, MD.

    SKILL LEVEL: ALL SKILL LEVELS

    WORKSHOP FEES: ADC Members $390/Non-Members $425

    NO KIT FEE

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    • 11 Jan 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 13 Jan 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Randolph Recreation Center, Arts & Crafts Building #4 Jewelry Studio, 200 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona 85705; Contact: 520-837-8244.
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    Keumboo and More!

    Keumboo is an 11th century Korean technique that combines gold and silver to create beautiful surfaces and patterns. This three day workshop explores the traditions of Keumboo with a variety of techniques including patterning, fabrication and combining with argentium silver to create a wide variety of earrings, rings and chains.


    • Day One will be devoted to all of the ways to use Keumboo. Make gold foil, apply it and combine Keumboo with embossing, stamping and solder inlay. Students will be encouraged to design unique earrings from hoops to posts, with and without gems and stones. This intensive applies technique with design discussion and challenges to make a variety of unusual earrings.
    • Day Two will focus on completion of pieces and combining them with argentium silver. Demonstrations will include fusing, adding frames and rims and making rings.
    • Day Three will focus on neckpieces and chains. Tips and tricks for fabrication, adding texture and adding gold to small surface areas.
    Artist Bio: Paulette Werger is a metalsmith and teacher who works in Lebanon, NH. She sells her work both nationally and internationally and is owner of Metalpeople East, a jewelry and hollowware studio. She has taught metalsmithing at the University of WI, Montana State University, and at craft schools throughout the country. She serves as trustee for the Society of Arts and Crafts and is a former board member of SNAG. 

    Website: http://www.pjwerger.com

    Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

    Workshop Fees: ADC Members $375/Non-Members $410

    Please read the Workshop Terms

    • 09 Feb 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 10 Feb 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Randolph Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Building #4 Jewelry Studio. 200 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona 85711; Contact: 520-837-8244
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    Traditional & Alternative Settings

    Design and fabricate an embellished frame setting for an object (enamel, stone, found object) which will become the focal point of a ring or a pendant of your choice. There will be opportunities to adorn the main setting as well as the ring band or bail with smaller traditional faceted stone settings. The goal is to create a fully three dimensional piece of jewelry in which all surfaces are treated decoratively to enhance and unify the overall design. A variety of stone setting methods will be demonstrated, including prongs, decorative tabs, tube settings, and many variations.

    Artist Bio: Charity Hall is a metalsmith and enamellist residing in Blacksburg, VA where she creates biologically inspired jewelry using metal, enamel, fossils, and stones. She earned her MFA in Metal Design at East Carolina University in 2008 and taught metalworking and design at Pima Community College in Tucson, AZ for five years. She has been a contributing author for Art Jewelry Magazine and her work appears in numerous jewelry books. Charity is a member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and has taught jewelry and enameling workshops at Penland, Idyllwild Arts Academy, John Campbell Folk School, many universities, and guilds.

    Website: http://www.charityhall.com

    Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

    Workshop Fees: ADC Members $250/Non-Members $285

    Kit - "Small Fee" for tube setting supplies (stone, heavy walled tubing, burs).

    Please read the Workshop Terms

    • 01 Mar 2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • 03 Mar 2019
    • 4:30 PM
    • Randolph Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Building #4 Jewelry Studio, 200 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona 85711; Contact: 520-837-8244
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    Pin Me

    In "Pin Me" 3-Day Workshop, you will fabricate a fascinating and functional pin/pendant (more if you have time). Work on advanced design elements, textures, soldering and riveting methods. Learn to design and apply a proper pin finding and successfully solder a commercial pin finding. Create surface design to transform simple techniques into fabulous pin/pendants by combining materials. There will be an emphasis on finishing and surface development. Plan for the WOW element to come through! THIS IS NOT HER COLOR class which is 5 days.

    Artist Bio: Deb Karash, originally from Rockford, Illinois, now lives in the mountains of western North Carolina, in Ashville. A full time studio jeweler, Deb sells her work at fine craft shows and galleries across the country. She teaches workshops around the world and in her studio. Deb holds a Masters of Art degree from Northern Illinois University. When not working, she and her partner David, love to travel, hike, and work on their home.

    Website: www.debkarash.com

    Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

    Workshop Fee: ADC Member $375/Non-Member $410

    Kit Fee: $20 Payable to the Artist on the day of the workshop.

    Please read the Workshop Terms

    • 09 Mar 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 10 Mar 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Milkweed Arts, 1850 West Mulberry Drive, Phoenix, Arizona 85015; Contact: Warren Norgaard - milkweedarts@gmail.com
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    Photographing Your Art

    "Have you felt frustrated when photographing the beauty and uniqueness of your arts and crafts? Do you want to sell your art, but you can't get good photos with your camera?"

    "Need some help with your camera and lighting?"


    Solution: Doug Baldwin, professional product photographer, has designed a 2-day class to teach you everything you'll need to know to photograph your art.

    Day 1: Come learn the secrets of how to shoot beads, glass, metal clay, ceramics, jewelry, wood and other arts and crafts with a professional photographer. See what aspects make for a high quality photograph. Learn the language of studio photography, the 9 parameters of successful photos and how to produce them. We'll cover basic photography, camera and lens choices, the qualities of good lighting, composition, background materials, and how to set your camera's menus for consistent, high quality photographs, This class is designed for all levels of photography experience.

    Students should bring DSLR cameras with manual exposure and interchangeable lenses and macro lens (if available) and a 48" or taller tripod. Point-and-shoot or fixed lens cameras without these features are inadequate for creating professional work. Students should also bring 16+ arts and crafts pieces to be photographed.

    Day 2: Two workflows will be demonstrated using Photoshop CS5 and Elements 11 on how to extract objects from backgrounds, create photo realistic shadows and more. Students will learn how to create color accurate files of their art for use on their website, Etsy, in magazine articles, books, portfolios and for juried competitions. Plus, how to purchase recent versions of Photoshop at less than the full retail price.

    Students should bring a laptop with Photoshop CS1-5 or 6 Standard, extended or academic and/or Photoshop Elements 11 installed; digital photographic files of 6-8 jewelry pieces, beads, or glass art; notepad, pen, or pencil.

    You'll leave the classes empowered to create photos as beautiful as the art you're photographing.

    ARTIST BIO: Doug Baldwin is a commercial product photographer. After receiving his bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, he opened a commercial photography company. Since then he has created photography, designed websites, produced viseos and created graphic design for a wide range of clients from individual glass artists to Fortune 599 corporations.

    Doug's Website: www.dougbaldwinphoto.com

    Skill Level: Beginner

    Workshop Fees: ADC Members $250/Non-Members $285

    Please read the Workshop Terms


    • 03 May 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 05 May 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Randolph Recreation Center Arts & Crafts Building #4 Jewelry Studio, 200 South Alvernon Way, Tucson, Arizona 85711; Contact: 520-837-8244
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    Steel & Gold - A Love Story

    In this three day workshop, Bette will teach how to work with mild steel and all the steps necessary to create steel and gold jewelry. This  includes sourcing, cutting, forming, texturing, patination and finishing. You will learn how to alloy and roll gold in preparation for fusing. You'll have ample time for fusing gold to steel, creating dramatic patterns and accents. In addition, you'll cover Keum Boo which involves burnishing gold foil to hot steel. You'll also cover patinas to produce the signature black color to contrast with the gold, as well as other colors and effects.

    During the workshop, you will create at least two pieces - one with fused gold and one with Keum Boo. Your projects may be of your own design or based on examples provided by the instructor.

    Artist Bio: Bette Barnett began her jewelry career in 2010. She learned basic skills through private and group lessons with seasoned jewelers and teachers. In 2013 Bette began studying the steel/gold processes and continued with advanced workshops with the late Chris Nelson, whose explorations were instrumental in creating new interest in ancient Japanese techniques. Bette participates in a number of art shows annually and her work is shown at the prestigious Sparks Gallery in San Diego. She teaches private lessons in her san Diego and offers group lessons throughout the U.S.

    Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

    Workshop Fee: ADC Member $375/Non-Member $410

    Kit Fee: $45. Payable to the Artist on the day of the workshop.

    Please read the Workshop Terms

Past events

07 Sep 2018 2nd Annual ADC Call to Artists: INSPIRE 2018
20 Apr 2018 ROY TALAHAFTEWA "Silver Belt Buckles with a Southwest Flair"
09 Mar 2018 JAN HARRELL "Screen Printing for Enamelists"
03 Mar 2018 JOHN COGSWELL "Stone Setting - the Bezel Revisited"
23 Feb 2018 ADC Call to Artists: INSPIRE
13 Jan 2018 PAULETTE WERGER " The Chain Gang: Unusual Chains & Links"
11 Nov 2017 WOLFGANG VAATZ "Why Does Some Artwork Feel Just Right? Using the Language of Art to Express Jewelry Design"
14 Oct 2017 ROBERT LOPEZ "Archaic Alchemy Cuff"
29 Apr 2017 ROY TALAHAFTEWA "Shadow Box the Hopi Way" 3 DAY WORKSHOP
08 Apr 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-April 2017 Other Mediums Entry
08 Apr 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-April 2017 Jewerly Entry
08 Apr 2017 Paulette Werger - "Unusual Materials, Unconventional Settings Workshop" 2 Day Workshop
11 Mar 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-March 2017 Other Mediums Entry
11 Mar 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-March 2017 Jewerly Entry
10 Mar 2017 ANNE HAVEL "Enamel & Setting as Equal Partners" 3 DAY WORKSHOP
18 Feb 2017 ANDY COOPERMAN "It Ain’t Just a Drill: Getting the Most Out of Your Flex Shaft" 2 DAY WORKSHOP
11 Feb 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-February 2017 Other Mediums Entry
11 Feb 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-February 2017 Jewerly Entry
03 Feb 2017 Alice Benvie-Gebhart "The Southwestern Landscape"
14 Jan 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-January 2017 Other Mediums Entry
14 Jan 2017 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-January 2017 Jewerly Entry
13 Jan 2017 JAYNE REDMAN - "Making Multiples – Blanking Dies and Pattern Development" 3 DAY WORKSHOP
07 Jan 2017 JOHN TZELEPIS "Boxes and Hinges" 2 DAY WORKSHOP
10 Dec 2016 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-December 2016 Other Mediums Entry
10 Dec 2016 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-December 2016 Jewerly Entry
19 Nov 2016 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-November 2016 Other Mediums Entry
19 Nov 2016 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-November 2016 Jewerly Entry
18 Nov 2016 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair Announcement
04 Nov 2016 ERIC BURRIS "Small Scale Mokume-Gane" 3 DAY WORKSHOP
15 Oct 2016 SAM PATANIA "Carved Silver Bracelet Workshop" 2 DAY WORKSHOP
08 Oct 2016 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-October 2016 Jewerly Entry
08 Oct 2016 Uncommon Markets/ADC Art Fair-October 2016 Other Mediums Entry
09 Jul 2016 DOUG BALDWIN - "Photographing your Art" Workshop
14 May 2016 JEFF FULKERSON "Stone on Stone"
29 Apr 2016 ROY TALAHAFTEWA "Classic Hopi Jewelry Tufa Casting" 3-day Workshop
08 Apr 2016 JEANIE PRATT "Designs in Woven Metal" 3-Day Workshop
19 Mar 2016 JOHN COGSWELL "Marriage of Metal" 2-Day Workshop
29 Jan 2016 MIGUEL UNSON " Chaos & Control" 3-Day Glass Workshop
21 Nov 2015 MARY CHUDUK "Enameling Hollow Copper Beads" 2-Day Workshop
24 Oct 2015 HAROLD O'CONNOR "Reticulation of Silver & Intro to Silver Granulation" 2-Day Workshop
26 Sep 2015 JONI KISRO "Big & Bold Chain Making" 2-Day Workshop
12 Sep 2015 Call to Artists - 2nd Annual Juried Art & Fine Craft Show
07 Aug 2015 Call to Artists - Krikawa Jewerly Designs
16 May 2015 CAROL WEBB "Etching: 3D Imagery in Metal" 2-Day Workshop
16 May 2015 CONNIE FOX - Maker Magic: How to Develop Your Voice Designing Art Jewelry
11 Apr 2015 Call for Artists at Krikawa Jewelry Art Gallery - "ENLIGHTENMENT"
10 Apr 2015 ROY TALAHAFTEWA "Classic Hopi Jewelry Tufa Casting" Workshop
04 Apr 2015 MARLA HATTABAUGH - Surface Design for Fibers and Textiles
28 Mar 2015 DOUG BALDWIN - "Photographing your Art" Workshop
20 Mar 2015 NANCY MEGAN CORWIN "Survey of Chasing and Repousse" Lecture
20 Mar 2015 NANCY MEGAN CORWIN "Chasing and Repousse" Workshop
28 Feb 2015 SAM PATANIA "Overlay Bracelet with Bezeled Stone"
14 Feb 2015 CHARITY HALL "Textures: Surfaces and Settings" Workshop
12 Feb 2015 CHARITY HALL Visiting Artist Lecture
31 Jan 2015 MARY HETTMANSPERGER "Torch Fired: Embedded Surfaces & Tab Bezels" Workshop
23 Jan 2015 RICHARD PARRISH GLASS ARTIST LECTURE
23 Jan 2015 RICHARD PARRISH "Tapestry:The Integration of Idea, Design, Color, Pattern & Technique" Glass Workshop
01 Jan 2015 2015 Exhibition Opportunity: "Changing Tides"
22 Nov 2014 SAM PATANIA Stone Setting Series:"Prong Mount Making & Setting" Workshop
01 Nov 2014 Deadline for Submission to "Changing Tides" Exhibition
01 Nov 2014 RODGER LaBRASH "Forging Flowers"
25 Oct 2014 INGRID DONALDSON "Focus on Filigree" Workshop
17 Oct 2014 CAROL WEBB "Designing for 3D Etching: Imagery & Space in Metal
04 Oct 2014 Annual Fall Potluck
04 Oct 2014 SAM PATANIA Stone Setting Series: "Faceted Stone Bezel Making & Setting" Workshop
13 Sep 2014 SAM PATANIA Stone Setting Series:"Cabochon Bezel Making & Setting" Workshop
16 Aug 2014 Central Chapter: August Board meeting
08 Jun 2014 2014 Board meeting
24 May 2014 BECKY McDONAH "Pressure & the Hydraulic Press"
17 May 2014 SAM PATANIA "Secrets of Notched Frame Construction"
11 Apr 2014 ROY TALAHAFTEWA "The Classic Hopi Overlay Technique"
29 Mar 2014 JEANNE FELLOW "Create LumenArt & Wall Sculptures"
23 Mar 2014 March Meeting: Demo from Jen Cushman
22 Mar 2014 METALINK - DEMO/NEW STUDIO VISITATION - STEVE GRATER
15 Mar 2014 JOHN COGSWELL "Forging Focus: 2 Days, 2 Bracelets"
28 Feb 2014 BARBARA MINOR "Experimental Enamel Surfaces: Inlay Techniquesl"
01 Feb 2014 RICHARD LA LONDE "Fused Glass Art & Technique"
31 Jan 2014 Visiting Artist Lecture: RICHARD LA LONDE "My Glass Ceiling"
25 Jan 2014 January Meeting: Tea Party Potluck (Alice Style)
18 Jan 2014 METALINK: MARK RAMSOUR "Our Recent Visit to India"
23 Nov 2013 FRED ZWEIG "Fibula, Fibulae, Fibulorum"
02 Nov 2013 INGRID DONALDSON "Keum Boo & Depletion Gilding"
12 Oct 2013 6th Annual Fall Potluck
28 Sep 2013 METALINK: SAM PATANIA "Notched Frame Construction"
15 Jun 2013 Summer Glass Fusing with Elements Workshop
27 Apr 2013 KEN BOVA "Dip, Dry, Draw & Fire: Working with Liquid Enamel"
26 Apr 2013 Metal, Stone & Wood exhibit at Tohono Chul Park
13 Apr 2013 CINDY MOORE - "Flash of Silver Hinged Bracelet"
16 Mar 2013 CHARITY HALL "The Brooch Approach"
15 Mar 2013 ELEANOR MOTY Visiting Artist Lecture "Recent Works"
09 Mar 2013 FRED ZWEIG "Patinas: How To Add Color To Your Work"
02 Mar 2013 BETTY HELEN LONGHI "Fold Forming with Shell Forming"
27 Feb 2013 BETTY HELEN LONGHI 2nd Workshop - "Fold Forming with Shell Forming"
16 Feb 2013 CYNTHIA EID "Microfolding & Corrugation"
16 Feb 2013 ANDY COOPERMAN "Creative Surface Development"
15 Feb 2013 ANDY COOPERMAN Visiting Artist Lecture "Jewelry, Objects & A Little Ping Pong"
02 Feb 2013 DONALD A. STUART "Inlay, Surface Embellishments & Cuttlebone Casting""
01 Feb 2013 DONALD A. STUART "My Work OR A Canadian Lost in the Desert"Visiting Artist Lecture
26 Jan 2013 FRED ZWEIG Metalink Presentation:"Jewelry Tips From Your Horticulturist"OR "How To Add Color to Your Work"
16 Nov 2012 ADC Holiday Show at the Tucson Museum of Art
10 Nov 2012 METALINK - HESSEN IRON WORKS/ Steve Grater
03 Nov 2012 SAM PATANIA "Overlay Technique"
20 Oct 2012 5th Annual Fall Potluck
14 Oct 2012 Scottsdale Arts Festival
13 Oct 2012 LYNETTE ANDREASEN "Earrings"
12 Oct 2012 LYNETTE ANDREASEN "Invented Heirlooms"
24 Sep 2012 2012 ADC Craftsmanship Show
22 Sep 2012 FRED ZWEIG "The Ancient Art of Granulation"
15 Sep 2012 KEN BOVA "40 Penny Nail Chopstix Hammer & Skin Deep: Surface Treatment for Jewelers"
01 Sep 2012 METALINK - PAM CHOTT/Song of the Phoenix "Etched in Stone"
02 Jun 2012 FRED ZWEIG "The Gentle Art of Tapping/Nunome Zogan/ Japanese Damascene"
22 May 2012 ADC/MAC SNAG Conference Days Demo Session D
22 May 2012 ADC/MAC SNAG Conference Days Demo Session C
21 May 2012 ADC/MAC SNAG Conference Days Demo Session B
21 May 2012 ADC/MAC SNAG Conference Days Demo Session A
19 May 2012 MARILYN & JACK da SILVA "Color & Form in Metal"
18 May 2012 DAVID HUANG "Vessel Chasing with Microcrystalline Wax"
12 May 2012 NC BLACK Hand and Hammer Engraving with Master Engraver LES BRYANT
26 Apr 2012 Call for Entries - Tohono Chul Park - Mesquite Art Show
21 Apr 2012 METALINK - THE CHAIN GANG shows Kumihimo
14 Apr 2012 ADC PARTY To Honor JOHN COGSWELL hosted by The Glovers
14 Apr 2012 JOHN COGSWELL "Rings X 2"
17 Mar 2012 JOE & BETTY HARRIS "Bench Tricks"
10 Mar 2012 CINDY MOORE "Cuttlebone Casting"
18 Feb 2012 TIM LAZURE "Rings 360 Degrees"
17 Feb 2012 Visiting Artist Lecture TIM LAZURE on "His recent Work"
03 Feb 2012 Call for Entries - 2012 All AZ Clay Juried Exhibition
27 Jan 2012 TONY GLANDER "Screen Printing on Glass"
14 Jan 2012 PAULETTE WERGER "Making Your Mark: Surface Embellishment & Etching"
17 Dec 2011 ADC HOLIDAY PARTY hosted by Pat & Terry Glover
26 Nov 2011 METALINK - NC BLACK MICROFORMING DEMO
05 Nov 2011 BILL SEELEY "All Things Niobium"
04 Nov 2011 VISITING ARTIST LECTURE - BILL SEELEY
22 Oct 2011 METALINK - PAT GLOVER "Hollow Forms in Jewelry"
15 Oct 2011 FRED ZWEIG "Lidded Container"
24 Sep 2011 METALINK - FRED ZWEIG "The Art of Making Hinges"
04 Jun 2011 KRISTI GLICK - "Textures & Layered Pendants"
03 Jun 2011 KRISTI GLICK - Presentation
15 May 2011 The Business of Art - Everything You Want to Know About Marketing Materials
14 May 2011 SARAH PERKINS "Line in Enamel"
13 May 2011 Slides under the Stars
06 May 2011 MICHAEL CROFT - Automata presentation
20 Mar 2011 The Business of Art - The ABCs of Websites and Social Media
19 Mar 2011 FRED ZWEIG "Repousse & Chasing"
12 Mar 2011 Keith Horst - “LEARN TO BE A ROCK STAR" - 2-Day Lapidary Workshop
12 Mar 2011 CINDY MOORE "Woven Wire Rings & Bracelets"
04 Mar 2011 BETTY HELEN LONGHI "A Fresh Look at Spiculums"
20 Feb 2011 The Business of Art - Branding, Logos, Business Cards & Brochures
19 Feb 2011 ANDY COOPERMAN "Jewelers Tips & Tricks"
12 Feb 2011 HELEN BLYTHE-HART "Heat Zone II & Review"
05 Feb 2011 REBECA MOJICA "Short Talk & Book Signing"
05 Feb 2011 HELEN BLYTHE-HART - "HEAT ZONE I"
04 Feb 2011 HELEN BLYTHE-HART - "Evolution of the Artist" - FREE LECTURE
29 Jan 2011 METALINK - MAUREEN BRUSA ZAPPELLINI "Engraving Demo"
28 Jan 2011 GIL REYNOLDS "Thermal Formed Glass"
23 Jan 2011 The Artist’s Way Discussion/Support Group-Tucson
23 Jan 2011 The Business of Art - Creating a Business Plan
15 Jan 2011 FRED ZWEIG "Forging Collars"
10 Dec 2010 Phoenix Location - Micro Forming Earrings - NC BLACK
05 Dec 2010 2011 State Board meeting
27 Nov 2010 Micro Forming Earrings - NC BLACK
20 Nov 2010 BECKY McDONAH "Righteous Reliquaries for Ordinary Objects"
13 Nov 2010 PAULINE WARG "Making Metal Beads"
12 Nov 2010 PAULINE WARG Visiting Artist Lecture
06 Nov 2010 METALINK - Pat Glover "Making A Shell Formed Bead"
16 Oct 2010 LISA SLOVIS MANDEL "Hydraulic Press with Pewter"
15 Oct 2010 LISA SLOVIS MANDEL Visiting Artist lecture
02 Oct 2010 4th Annual Fall Potluck
11 Sep 2010 MARK RAMSOUR " Jewelry Finishing & Findings 101"
07 Sep 2010 Craftsmanship - 4th Annual ADC Juried Exhibition
11 Jul 2010 Craftsmanship - 2nd Annual ADC Juried Exhibition
11 Jul 2010 Craftsmanship - 2nd Annual ADC Juried Exhibition
03 Jul 2010 LINDA DARTY "Setting Enamels: Beyond Bezels"
11 Jun 2010 50th Anniversary Juried Exhibition
15 May 2010 METALINK - Jay & Bob Humphreys on Kaleidoscopes
07 May 2010 Slides under the Stars
01 May 2010 LINDA DARTY "Setting Enamels: Beyond Bezels"
25 Apr 2010 June 2009 - Southern Chapter Board meeting
10 Apr 2010 JOHN COGSWELL "Heart + Hand + Hammer: Fold-forming for Jewelry Applications"
03 Apr 2010 METALINK - FRED ZWEIG "Raising A Bowl"
20 Mar 2010 METALINK - KATHIE FROEDE "Making End Caps for Glass Beads"
20 Mar 2010 JOAN DULLA "Crocheting with Wire - A New Technique"
19 Mar 2010 JOAN DULLA "Crocheted Wire Work" Lecture
06 Mar 2010 MARY ANN NEISZ "Chain Making: Old & New"
20 Feb 2010 BOB EBENDORF "Jewelry As Personal Adornment"
19 Feb 2010 BOB EBENDORF Lecture "Lost & Found: Good as Gold"
06 Feb 2010 MARILYN NICHOLSON "Hand-Made Catches & Mechanisms"
29 Jan 2010 KARI MINNICK LECTURE ON KILN-FORMED GLASS ART
29 Jan 2010 KARI MINNICK "The Glass Onion: Layers of Imagery & Text for Kilnformed Glass"
23 Jan 2010 Demystifying Critique II with Simon Donovan
16 Jan 2010 Metalink - Charity Hall "Bug Jewelry: Incorporating Insect Specimens and Parts"
05 Dec 2009 ANN TURPIN THAYER - "Wire Wrap Jewelry"
21 Nov 2009 TEDD McDONAH - "Mokume-Gane"
21 Nov 2009 FRED ZWEIG - "Matrimony of Metal: A Union that Won't Come Apart"
20 Nov 2009 TEDD McDONAH - "Mokume-Gane" Resident Artist Lecture
24 Oct 2009 JORGA RIGGENBACH - "Promote Yourself With Digital Photography: An Artist's Guide"
17 Oct 2009 Metalink - Pat Glover "Designing & Fabricating A Small Metal Cone"
10 Oct 2009 3rd Annual Fall Potluck & 50th Anniversary Celebration
10 Oct 2009 JONNA FAULKNER - "Techniques in Silver Metal Clay: Building a Complex Panel Bracelet"
03 Oct 2009 DIANE ECHNOZ ALMEYDA - "Pierced Plique-A-Jour Enameling"
02 Oct 2009 DIANE ECHNOZ ALMEYDA - "Pierced Plique-A-Jour Enameling" Lecture
19 Sep 2009 METALINK - OAXACA CHAIN Demo by Jeanne
07 Jun 2009 June 2009 - Southern Chapter Board meeting
30 May 2009 Demystifying Critique - Simon Donovan
17 May 2009 Create Your Own Website: An Artist's Guide - Martin Riggenbach
16 May 2009 Promote Yourself with Photography: An Artist's Guide - Jorga Riggenbach
15 May 2009 Slides under the Stars
18 Apr 2009 Yehuda Tassa - "Yemenite Filigree"
11 Apr 2009 METALINK - MARK RAMSOUR "More Bench Tips & Tricks"
29 Mar 2009 March Board meeting
28 Mar 2009 Lindly Haunani - "Color Inspirations in Polymer Clay"
21 Mar 2009 METALINK SOUTH - MARTHA SHELDON "Recession Jewelry"
21 Mar 2009 METALINK SOUTH - MARTHA SHELDON "Recession Jewelry"
14 Mar 2009 R. Scott Cole - "Kaleidoscope Design & Construction"
13 Mar 2009 Visiting Artist Lecture - Scott Cole "Kaleidoscopes"
21 Feb 2009 Michael Hosaluk - "Woodturning"
21 Feb 2009 Nancy Worden - "Cold Connections"
20 Feb 2009 NANCY WORDEN Visiting Artist Lecture
14 Feb 2009 Sharon Church - "Carving"
14 Feb 2009 Joan Hubbard - "Hinges"
07 Feb 2009 Ricky Frank - "Cloisonne Enameling"
31 Jan 2009 Kristen Beeler - "Modular Casting Techniques"
30 Jan 2009 Shirley Webster - "Dichroic Glass A to Z"
17 Jan 2009 Helen Blythe-Hart - "Heat Zone"
16 Jan 2009 Helen Blythe-Hart Lecture "Evolution of A Metal Artist"
22 Nov 2008 Metalink: Diane Egbert--21st Century Design
15 Nov 2008 Tom McCarthy - "Jewelry With Moving Parts"
14 Nov 2008 TOM McCARTHY FRIDAY NIGHT SLIDE LECTURE
08 Nov 2008 Business Law for Artists Workshop
01 Nov 2008 Connie Fox - "Charms, Dangles, Bells & Whistles"
18 Oct 2008 METALINK - PAT GLOVER "Pins & Catches: One Example"
16 Oct 2008 Creative Capital Foundation-Artist's workshop
11 Oct 2008 2nd Annual Fall Potluck
04 Oct 2008 2008 Fall State Board Meeting
27 Sep 2008 Joan Dulla - "Niobium & Cold Connections"
22 Sep 2008 Craftsmanship - 2nd Annual ADC Juried Exhibition
13 Sep 2008 METALINK - Charity Hall on "Tube Setting & Chased Settings"
24 Aug 2008 August Board meeting
23 Aug 2008 METALINK - "New Chain" Demonstration
28 Jun 2008 Metalink Workshop - Threads, Nuts and Bolts in Small Scale
27 Jun 2008 TCA Gallery
22 Jun 2008 Board meeting
30 May 2008 Fred Zweig lecture
18 May 2008 Board meeting
17 May 2008 SET IN STONE - Exhibit
16 May 2008 ADC website introduction
07 May 2008 Slides under the Stars
03 May 2008 Contemporary Enameling - Linda Darty
02 May 2008 Lecture Contemporary Enameling - Linda Darty
12 Apr 2008 Forging - John Cogswell
29 Mar 2008 "Automata" Workshop - MICHAEL CROFT - Second Session
15 Mar 2008 "Automata" Workshop - MICHAEL CROFT - First Session

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