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POSTPONED / Mixed Metals with Patrick Davison

Workshop  /  Technics   ProfessionalPractice   Making  /  03 Apr 2020  -  05 Apr 2020
Published: 11.03.2020

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Waiting for the new dates.

According to the last restrictions given by the Italian government due to the current situation of the Covid-19, all the didactic programs are suspended till April 3
rd and for this reason, we have to postpone all our weekend courses.
POSTPONED / Mixed Metals with Patrick Davison.
Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School
Management:
Lucia Massei
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Intro
This course aims to introduce a wide range of mixed metal techniques and processes as well as introducing appropriate methods of using the resulting materials. Focusing on techniques that use wire, sheet or tube as starting points the course promotes the combination of metals in different ways, achieving a wide range of different results.
The production of silver solders which is needed for a variety of different solder applications will be covered in the course, as well as the production of a range of alloys to introduce into the work. There will be an opportunity to experiment with the taught techniques in order to engage with the process in a rich and personal way. Attention will be paid to the design process seeing how the materials we work with lend themselves to different applications with the option of making a simple piece of jewellery by the end of the course.


Dates: April 3rd – 5th 2020.
03.04.2020, Friday from 5 pm to 8 pm.
04.04.2020, Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm.
05.04.2020, Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.
Language: English.
Course fee: €470 (VAT included).


About the teacher:
Patrick Davison is a gold and silversmith working in Kent in England. After studying at the Glasgow School of Art he studied at Alchimia Contemporary Jewellery School in Florence before setting up a workshop in Kent. As well as exhibiting his own work internationally and working on silversmithing and jewellery commissions, Patrick works as a technician in the Jewellery and Metal department at the Royal College of Art in London and for the award-winning goldsmith Jesper Velling in Kent.
 

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