Tuesday, November 5 - December 17 (6 weeks)(no class on Nov. 26 & Dec. 25) 6:30-8:30 pm Member Cost $150 Non-member Cost: $165 Instructor: Jill Radwell
In this class, you will learn how to make clay canes used to make jewelry. A polymer clay cane is a pencil-like tube with a design that appears in every slice throughout the length of the tube. Students will be taught how to make very simple canes and more complicated designs, such as leaves. These canes will then be used to make beads, pendants, etc. Students will be instructed on the process of baking their clay pieces at home in the oven. Students will be supplied with a set of tools, a variety of clay, jewelry supplies, and a basic pasta maker for conditioning and rolling clay. Students will have more than enough beads to make a complete set of jewelry consisting of earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.
Jill Radwell: INSTRUCTOR PROFILE
Jill Radwell is a certified teacher and has experience in art, math, tech ed, and computer science. She volunteers for various community organizations, including assisting with the Veteran's art class here at the MAC. Jill has worked with students of all ages.