Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
This class focuses on fine jewelry techniques and stonesettings and how to incorporate them in to your designs.
All classes scheduled to occur onsite are subject to state and federal safety guidelines. In the event that some, or all, of the meetings of the course cannot happen in person at 92Y, classes will be held at the schedule time in a virtual format via a video conferencing platform. The classes will continue through hands-on, at home activities, lectures, presentations, and / or group discussions. No refunds will be issued should any portion of a course be held virtually.
Online programs:An access link will be emailed to you after purchase.
In-person 92Y Talks, concerts and other full-capacity performances:Adults must be fully vaccinated in order to attend these events. Proof of vaccination, with a valid photo ID, will be checked upon arrival.
In-person adult and children’s classes:Please wear a mask unless you are full vaccinated. Your vaccination status will be checked upon arrival.
Elizabeth White-Pultz has been an enamelist/metalsmith and member of the 92Y community for over 20 years. Her background in painting and drawing informs her work. She has been included in the Enamelist Society’s Biennial “Alchemy” shows and catalogs, Lark Books’ “500” series, and “The Art of Fine Enameling.” A longtime member of the Enamel Guild Northeast, she has participated in their conferences, workshops, and exhibitions, and served on the Guild’s board. In addition to teaching at the Jewelry Center Elizabeth also leads classes in calligraphy and drawing techniques at 92Y. She has also taught at Westchester Community College Center for the Arts. A professional calligrapher with over 30 years experience, she received her BFA from Hunter College.
Jewelry Independent Study (Intermediate/Advanced)
Introduction to Enamel
Fine Jewelry and Stonesetting
Multiple Approaches to Enameling (All Levels)