CAT 512W Creative Techniques: Jewelry making for Self-discovery and Self-expression
Adrienne Snyder, ATR-P, LPC, Gail Rule-Hoffman, M.Ed., LPC-S, ATR-BC, LICDC-S
This workshop will demonstrate how to implement jewelry-making techniques with clients to construct tangible objects as personal symbols of self-discovery. Participants will combine fibers, canvas, and metal to make ribbons, use paint to explore forgotten memories, and employ basic metalsmithing skills such as stamping, texturing, and cold-connecting to create a unique piece of art jewelry.
Dates: Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28, 2018, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$175.00 for 1 Graduate Credit not applied to a degree at Ursuline*
$120.00 for non-credit (Counselor 12 CEU’s or Certificate of Attendance)
*Students taking CAT workshops for degree credit will pay $875 for one graduate credit.
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