Course in Jewelry Design

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Jewelry Design

Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

 

A program in jewelry may teach students how to identify, design, create, sell and display different pieces, such as rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets. In a program, there may be courses that teach students art history, merchandising, identification and manufacturing.

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Summer Internship in Florence

Accademia Riaci
Campus Part time 2 - 4 weeks October 2018 Italy Florence

Gemstones & Silver Accessories, Barista and Gelato etc, … In just 2 or 4 weeks, you can experience and learn Italian culture of your choice. The Internship training will certainly strengthen your career prospects. This fun, practical course is taught in the universal language of English. [+]

Live and study in one of the most adored cities in the world – Florence. While you get the most out of Italian culture and life style, you earn transferrable credits.

Gemstones & Silver Accessories, Barista and Gelato etc, …

In just 2 or 4 weeks, you can experience and learn Italian culture of your choice. The Internship training will certainly strengthen your career prospects.

This fun, practical course is taught in the universal language of English.

Course Overview Gemstones & Silver Accessories

Explore your own artistic taste through internship experience in Florence, the center of Renaissance art

Accessories with gemstones (includes some treated gemstones) boldly accentuated with its natural hue (silver used for chain and parts) and – How about design and create your own and only one in the world jewelry with your birthstone or your favorite stones? ... [-]


UKULUKA - ARTISINAL WEAVING TECHNIQUES IN CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN JEWELLERY DESIGN

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time 3 weeks February 2018 South Africa Johannesburg

Artisinal weaving techniques are common to cultures around the world. In Africa, weaving plays an important role in the production of objects for everyday use, as well as being used to convey important cultural information. In this course, the French bobbin-lace technique is used as a basis to inspire a range of contemporary African jewellery, produced to accompany a couture collection by a leading South African fashion designer. [+]

A SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMME OFFERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF JEWELLERY DESIGN & MANUFACTURE AT THE FACULTY OF ART, DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE (FADA)

Artisinal weaving techniques are common to cultures around the world. In Africa, weaving plays an important role in the production of objects for everyday use, as well as being used to convey important cultural information. In this course, the French bobbin-lace technique is used as a basis to inspire a range of contemporary African jewellery, produced to accompany a couture collection by a leading South African fashion designer. Artisinal weaving techniques are common to cultures around the world. In Africa, weaving plays an important role in the production of objects for everyday use, as well as being used to convey important cultural information. In this course, the French bobbin-lace technique is used as a basis to inspire a range of contemporary African jewellery, produced to accompany a couture collection by a leading South African fashion designer.... [-]


Jewelry Making & Jewelry Design Course

Accademia Riaci
Campus Full time 1 - 2 semesters September 2018 Italy Florence

The Jewelry department focuses on either the production techniques or design skills that are necessary to succeed as a designer/goldsmith.

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One Year/ Semester Course

The Jewelry department focus on either the production techniques or design skills that are necessary to succeed as a designer/goldsmith.

Through our programs and customized instructions - according to each participant’s level and goal - we encourage students to explore and develop their own expressive style, elaborating self-directed projects and research. Projects encompass conventional formats, such as brooches, rings and earrings, as well as experimental designs, both wearable and non-wearable. Students will also be introduced to business practice, necessary to start up their new professional career.

In the Jewelry Making course, students will discover and learn how to translate their inner creativity and conceptual style into three-dimensional forms to create unique objects. They will master a variety of techniques, including: sawing, filing, soldering, casting, forging and stone setting. Moreover, we offer you the unique chance to learn the traditional art of “Incisione” (Florentine-style engraving). The study will not be limited to traditional materials, but can also incorporate items such as beads, plastics, glass and found objects.... [-]


Oneyear Course In Jewelry Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Sao Paulo
Campus Full time 184 hours March 2018 Brazil São Paulo

JEWELRY DESIGN The course has been carefully crafted for professionals in the fashion industry, craftsmen, architects and designers who seek to dominate manufacturing practices, preparation and projetação. [+]

BECAUSE?

The course offers a systemic view of the jeweler market, putting in perspective factors that potentiate, organize and make feasible the strategic design. The participant will learn the most current techniques for making handmade and industrial jewels.

FOR WHOM?

Idealized for professionals or interested who want to know or to extend their knowledge in the universe of the jewels. It is aimed at those who want to work in national and international brands, as well as those who wish to undertake or improve their business.

HOW IS IT?

From the Design of Jewels and collections to the experimentation of jewelery techniques, through the knowledge of the History of Jewelery and Gems and by the management of businesses. The student will be led to an immersion in the jeweler universe, through research and practice.... [-]


Semester Course Program in Diamond Studies (30 ECTS)

M. K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University
Campus Full time 1 semester September 2018 Russia Yakutsk

We invite you to the fascinating project which includes in its program the whole way from mining, processing and sorting of diamonds to the transition to a sparkling diamond jewelry. [+]

Semester Program in Diamond Studies (30 ECTS)

The Sakha Republic (Yakutia) is the largest subject of the Russian Federation, unique in its environment and territory. Yakutian diamond province is the largest in Russia, it accounts for 90% of reserves, 95% of production in Russia and 25% of the world’s diamond production. High-quality diamonds are the hallmark of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia). Students, professionals and all interested people have the opportunity to take part in an exciting education project and get in touch with the sparkling world of jewelry.

We invite you to the fascinating project which includes in its program the whole way from mining, processing and sorting of diamonds to the transition to a sparkling diamond jewelry. ... [-]


Jewellery and Silversmithing - Building Skills for the Advanced Jeweller

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 10 weeks September 2018 United Kingdom London

This course will be offered exclusively to those with considerable previous experience in jewellery making. The programme will be led and taught by the Head of Jewellery with members of the team visiting to deliver specialist skills. [+]

Our motivating and enthusiastic team of Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturers are all practising makers and freelance commercial designers as well as experienced teachers.

The department is well connected with the industry and current events and benefits from links with businesses in Hatton Garden’s jewellery quarter and with galleries, suppliers and exhibitions across London.

Our team promotes a ‘hands on’ experience where you can learn and practice a wide range of skills for constructing, soldering and forming metal as well as stone setting, surface decoration and finishing. Our courses offer as much bench-work experience as possible as we believe this nurtures a thorough understanding of practical and 3-dimensional problem solving as well as gaining knowledge about materials and processes.... [-]


Jewellery Workshop

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 10 weeks September 2018 United Kingdom London

A mixed level course which covers a range of jewellery and silversmithing techniques. This course offers the opportunity to learn metal-working skills for making decorative objects such as jewellery, or functional objects such as spoons or bowls. [+]

Our motivating and enthusiastic team of Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturers are all practising makers and freelance commercial designers as well as experienced teachers.

The department is well connected with the industry and current events and benefits from links with businesses in Hatton Garden’s jewellery quarter and with galleries, suppliers and exhibitions across London.

Our team promotes a ‘hands on’ experience where you can learn and practice a wide range of skills for constructing, soldering and forming metal as well as stone setting, surface decoration and finishing. Our courses offer as much bench-work experience as possible as we believe this nurtures a thorough understanding of practical and 3-dimensional problem solving as well as gaining knowledge about materials and processes.... [-]


Jewellery Evening Workshop

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 4 - 5 weeks September 2018 United Kingdom London

A mixed level course which covers a range of jewellery and silversmithing techniques. This course offers the opportunity to learn metal-working skills for making decorative objects such as jewellery, or functional objects such as spoons or bowls. [+]

Our motivating and enthusiastic team of Jewellery and Silversmithing lecturers are all practising makers and freelance commercial designers as well as experienced teachers.

The department is well connected with the industry and current events and benefits from links with businesses in Hatton Garden’s jewellery quarter and with galleries, suppliers and exhibitions across London.

Our team promotes a ‘hands on’ experience where you can learn and practice a wide range of skills for constructing, soldering and forming metal as well as stone setting, surface decoration and finishing. Our courses offer as much bench-work experience as possible as we believe this nurtures a thorough understanding of practical and 3-dimensional problem solving as well as gaining knowledge about materials and processes.... [-]