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Classes for Oregon
    Central Oregon Community College - Bend

    Art Department; Work with copper and silver. Learn how to design, saw, file, texture and cold-connect the parts as you create at least one finished jewelry item or other small scale metal project.

    Oregon State University, Memorial Union Craft Center, - Corvallis

    Memorial Union Craft Center offers well equipped studios and classes in the following areas: Ceramics, Glass, B & W Photography, Woodworking, Fibers, Pen & Paper and Jewelry/Metals.

    University of Oregon Art - Eugene

    Metals & Jewelry Courses Content varies by term with a focus on individual processes: hollow-ware, forgin, connections, casting, aluminum anodizing, enameling, stone setting.

    Mt. Hood Community College - Gresham

    Visual Arts Department: Specially designed studios, courses in drawing, basic design, ceramics, jewelry-making, digital art, printmaking, sculpture, art history and painting are taught by both full-time and part-time instructors who are themselves practicing artists

    Eastern Oregon University Art Department - La Grande

    The employment and treatment of materials in the execution of objects made in metal. Techniques employed are casting, fusing, forging and others traditionally associated with these concepts.

    Clackamas Community College - Oregon City

    Art/Metals & Jewelry: Basic techniques of silver and non-precious metals fabrication, forming and surface treatments.

    American Jewelers Institute - Portland

    Oregon College of Arts & Craft - Portland

    Metals Area: craft fine-art jewelry, production methods in jewelry traditional hollowware and metalsmithing processes and small-scale sculpture.

    Creative Metal Arts Guild - Portland

    CMAG is a nonprofit organization that strives to offer opportunity, camaraderie, and technical support to the metal arts community.

    American Jeweler's Institute - Portland

    This jewelry schools course will in just four short months train you to become a bench jeweler capable creating your own jewelry...