Learn the basic skills needed for creating beaded jewelry.

Techniques include stringing on elastic and beading wire with crimp beads, weaving, pearl knotting with French wire and simple wire work with headpins and eye pins. Learn to design your own bracelets, necklaces and earrings.

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  • Intro To Beaded Jewelry I

    First Session: Tue, Sep 30, 2014, 6:30 pm - 9 pm

    Instructor: Marsha Davis  show bio

    Marsha Davis taught at Craft Students League (NYC) from 1994 until its closing in 2005. She has been on the faculty of The Jewelry and Metalsmithing Department of the Art Center at 92nd Street Y in NYC since spring of 2000. She also has created and taught workshops for The American Craft Museum and The American Museum of Natural History. Other teaching credits include workshops for Sugar Maples Center for Arts and Education, Newark Museum Arts Workshops, The Bead Society of Greater New York, The Long Island Bead Society, Beads By Blanche in Bergenfield, NJ and the Art School at Old Church in Demarest, NJ. She had a project published in the book The Art of Beaded Beads (2006), Lark Books.

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    Day(s): Tuesday

    Sessions: 6

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    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Room: S352, 3rd Fl, S Bldg

    Price: from $275.00

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  • Intro To Beaded Jewelry I

    First Session: Fri, Oct 10, 2014, 10 am - 12:30 pm

    Instructor: Danielle Ansley  show bio

    Danielle Ansley has been a faculty member of the Art Center, Jewelry and Metalsmithing Department at 92nd Street Y, NYC, since 2006. She has created and taught workshops for the Bead Society of Grater New York, Beads by Blanch in New Jersey, Beady-eyed-woman in Nyack and The Creative Center in New York City. She has also exhibited in the Juried Exhibitions held at the American Craft Museum currently known as MAD (Museum of Art and Design), “World of Beads” events, sponsored by the Bead Society of Greater New York in 2002 and 2004. Published article “Faux Jabot” in Bead and Button magazine, February 2005 issue.

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    Day(s): Friday

    Sessions: 5

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    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Room: S350, 3rd Fl, S Bldg

    Price: from $230.00

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