Join me in the studio for this one day stacking rings workshop.
Sunday, February 26th • 1:00pm - 4:30pm.
Make these three sterling silver stacking rings! Stack ‘em all on one finger for yourself or make them to share. Bring your Mom, your best friend or come and try something new on your own. This is a beginning level introduction to silversmithing and the basics of soldering. No experience necessary. Come and join in the on the fun.
Classes take place at Hot Shops Art Center in Downtown Omaha in studio 220.
All materials are provided.
For all classes minimum age requirement is 16.
Preregistration is required. Workshops are non-refundable.
**If you are affected by Covid or suspect that you may have it, please message or call me and we can make private arrangements to makeup your class once your health is back to normal.
**Hot Shops Art Foundation Members, experience class and save $10 off when you sign up for this class. To find out how to save, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for you discount code. To learn more about how to become a member of the Hot Shops Art Foundation visit https://www.hotshopsartcenter.com/membership/
What to Expect
In this one day workshop you will learn how to cut, shape and solder different styles of sterling silver band wire. In this class you will create three different rings. Prior to class, think and decide which fingers or finger you would like to wear your new rings.
Safety: please do not wear any scarves, loose fitting shirts or sleeves as these are fire hazard. If you have long hair, you will be required to have it pulled up, so bring a ponytail holder with you.
Class will take place at Hot Shops Art Center in Studio 220 on the second floor.
Hot Shops Art Center is located at 1301 Nicholas Street, Omaha, NE 68102.
There is parking available on 13th Street and Izard Street. There is some construction in the area. Once parked, enter through the big red door with the sculpture above it, then take an immediate right and head up the stairs to the 2nd floor. Once on the 2nd floor head through the wood door that says more art this way and head to the far back left corner to studio 220.