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Classes for Wisconsin
    University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

    Art Department - Develop an awareness of the nature of metals and teaches techniques in the casting, fabrication forging, raising and electroplating of precious and non-precious metals for personal adornment or small scale sculpture

    Peninsula Art School - Fish Creek

    Center for education and exploration in the visual arts. We offer year-round programming, including one to five day workshops

    University of Wisconsin - Fond du Lac

    Continuing Education - class offers you fresh new jewelry designs made of semi-precious gemstone

    Northeast Wisconsin Technical College - Green Bay

    Jewelry Repair and Fabrication Program prepares students to design, create, and repair jewelry by applying a variety of manufacturing and fabrication processes and techniques.

    University of Wisconsin/Parkside - Kenosha

    Art Department, Metal Art Classes Available.

    University of Wisconsin/LaCrosse - LaCrosse

    Art Department - Basic use of metals in jewelry making, with emphasis on design and development of

    University of Wisconsin - Madison

    Art Department, The Metals program at UW-Madison, one of the oldest and most respected Metals programs in the country

    Madison Area Technical College - Madison

    Art Department, introductory metalsmithing class that deals with basic techniques and tools used to construct jewelry.

    University of Wisconsin/Stout - Menomonie

    Art & Design Department, Design and construction of jewelry and objects in precious and non-precious materials

    Peck School of the Arts - Milwaukee

    Jewelers and metalsmiths of all skill levels are invited to join us for a series of exciting and challenging two-day summer intensives at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

    University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee - Milwaukee

    Art Department/UWM Craft Center, Bachelor of Fine Arts In Studio Art CONCENTRATIONS: Ceramics, Fibers, Graphic Design, Jewelry And Metal Smithing...

    Cardinal Stritch University - Milwaukee

    Art Department, explorations of jewelry and metal construction are emphasized using more advanced techniques including lost wax casting

    University of Wisconsin/Oshkosh - Oshkosh

    Art Department, The execution and design of jewelry, casting processes and hand wrought work. Developing a sound philosophy and understanding of art metal and its place in the fine arts

    University of Wisconsin/Platteville - Platteville

    Fine Arts Department, UW-Platteville; 1 Univ. Plz. (53818); (608) 342-1143; fax: (608) 342-1039.

    University of Wisconsin/River Falls - River Falls

    Art Department, 54022; (715) 425-3266; fax (715) 425-0657.

    University of Wisconsin/River Falls - River Falls

    Art Department, Metals classes available

    John Michael Kohler Arts Center - Sheboygan

    New York Avenue; P.O. Box 489, 53082-0489; (920) 458-6144 ext. 120; fax (920) 458-4473.

    John Michael Kohler Arts Center - Sheboygan

    Metalsmithing classes available.

    Howard Avademy for the Metal Arts - Stoughton

    188 W. Main, P.O. Box 472, 53589; (800) 843-9603; fax (608) 873-0960;

    The Howard Academy - Stoughton

    The Howard Academy for the Metal Arts was founded to provide vocational training in jewelry design and metal arts techniques for people seeking employment...

    University of Wisconsin/Whitewater - Whitewater

    Greenhill Center for the Arts, 800 W. Main St., 53190; (262) 472-1324; fax (262) 472-2808; e-mail

    University of Wisconsin/Whitewater - Whitewater

    Art Department, Metalsmithing classes