Photo Credit: Magda Vakil, Anodized Titanium cuff

Develop individual projects with an emphasis on technical problem-solving and mastering new skills.

Learn how to anodize titanium and niobium to create brilliant or subtle colors, and how to incorporate these non-solderable metals with other non-ferrous metals.


Prerequisite: Jewelry I

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  • Reactive Metals: Independant

    First Session: Tue, Jan 13, 2015, 10 am - 12:30 pm

    Instructor: Tamiko Ferguson  show bio

    Tamiko Kawata Ferguson is from Tokyo Japan. She studied sculpture and metal smithing from Tokyo University of Education currently called Tsukuba University in Tokyo. She worked for an art glass manufacturer for three years as an artist-designer, designing tableware, lighting fixtures for temples and a castle and glass sculptures for buildings in Tokyo City and developed some glass wearable art. She arrived to NYC in 1962 and studied jewelry making from Ms. Adda Husted-Andersen. She became a US citizen in August 2004.

    She has earned many awards, included are New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship twice and named Gregory Millard Fellow, Pollock/Krasner Fellow for her art works and two times recipient of ESCA (Empire State Craft Alliance of New York State) Grant and Ruth Chenven Award. She has won the first place for Johnson Matthey International Platinum competition for a chain design, and the first place for International Platin...for full instructor biography and other classes taught by this instructor, click here

    Day(s): Tuesday

    Sessions: 12

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    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Room: S353, 3rd Fl, S Bldg

    Price: from $475.00








    Prerequisite: Jewelry I

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