Ron Talhelm from Angela Fowler Creations has agreed to do a demo for us on Friday, May 17.
He will be presenting at Glassell in room 211 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.
Ron will cut/polish a stone cabochon while explaining the process and then give it away to a lucky audience member.
Hope to see you there!
With Val Link
HMAG Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Val Link
Electro Plating Workshop 2
San Jacinto College South Campus – Flickinger Fine Arts Center
Saturday June 1st 9-5pm and Sunday June 2nd 9-5pm
$240 includes materials and lunch
In this 2 day workshop Val Link will share how to electro plate and brush plate metal using a range of traditional and experimental processes. Each student will electro plate what they bring to the class and take home solution and supplies to practice these techniques at home! Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity!
- Further instructions will follow for those who enroll.
- There is a 12 student limit so sign up fast!
- Waiting list from January workshop gets first chance.
- Open enrollment is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- A waiting list will be generated after all seats have been filled.
Registration will be open on Tuesday, April 30th at 6pm and will close on Friday, May 17th at 11:30pm
Click here to sign up and pay
*Use password “electro” to access the sign up form.
Questions can be directed to HMAG Workshop Coordinator
Why You Should be Friends With Your Dentist and Other Cheap Tips
HMAG Board Member Jo Preston at her workbench
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Glassell School of Art
HMAG Board Member, Jo Preston will present her talk Why You Should be Friends With Your Dentist and Other Cheap Tips along with a demo of possible uses for a jeweler’s lathe!
Find out how dental floss can be useful at your workbench!
A small bottle made on a jeweler’s lathe
Dental Products as metalsmithing tools