This class is designed for the doer and maker at heart. Learn how to make your own lasercut jewelry from start to finish, and walk away with a set of your own. Each participant will learn how to use Adobe Illustrator to create their design, and will get to see them laser cut right before your eyes out of colored acrylic or wood. The skills you will learn in this course can be applied to all kinds of laser cutting projects, so you could be making your own line of laser cut jewelry in no time!
Emily Cobb is a jewelry designer and maker living in Philadelphia. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM from Tyler School of Art in 2012. In addition to a solo exhibition at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, she has exhibited at museums such as the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts and the Racine Art Museum. Her work has been featured in Metalsmith Magazine, Philadelphia Daily News, and publications such as 500 Rings: New Directions in Art Jewelry and Humor in Craft. Emily utilizes 3D printing technology and traditional jewelry-making techniques to create her work. She is currently an adjunct instructor at Tyler School of Art and University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Saturday, June 27th
$39/$35 Early Bird