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Classes in the Phoenix, AZ area?


#1

Hi all,

I have an advanced student moving to the Phoenix area. She is
looking for classes, so that she can continue learning and growing.
Can anyone give me suggestions that I can share with her?

Thanks!
Cindy
http://www.cynthiaeid.com


#2

Cindy, Michael David Sturlin Ann Turpin Thayer Pam Chott

Phoenix is rich in wonderful craftsperson/artists. I’ll share your
message, as I am visiting in Phoenix at this moment. More later.

Hugs
Terrie


#3

Great classes at the Pyle Center in Tempe, The phone # is 480 350 5211.
The advance class starts on Thursday. Hours (9 AM. to ! PM).

Have a good day.
Lloyd.


#4

The Mesa Art Center is the best equipped I have ever taught in.

Bill
Reactive Metals Studio, Inc


#5

Cadsmithing, Impression Silver is offering many classes from beginner
to professional level. We have 3 master jewelers and two graduate
gemologists on staff. Check the website at
http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/2u

for class and she can call us with particular interests.

Thanks

Thomas
Cadsmithing
Impression Silver


#6

Cindy,

The Mesa Arts Center (Mesa is a suburb of Phoenix) has a wonderful
teaching studio for Jewelry Arts, along with excellent programming.
Check it out http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/cc

Regards,
Jamie


#7

Hi Cindy.

I have an advanced student moving to the Phoenix area. She is
looking for classes, so that she can continue learning and
growing. Can anyone give me suggestions that I can share with her? 

Don’t know if there are others, but all of these have classes in
metals:

Phoenix Center for the Arts, Mesa Arts Center, Tempe Parks and Rec
(Pyle Center)

Pam Chott
songofthephoenix.com

And it just occurred to me that she could probably sign up for
metals at ASU (Tempe). I took just a semester there years ago.


#8

I offer private individual instruction, personalized consultation,
and occasional group workshops in my Scottsdale AZ studio.

I also teach several weekend workshops each year as a visiting guest
instructor at MAC - Mesa Arts Center.

Michael David Sturlin
http://michaelsturlinstudio.ganoksin.com/blogs/


#9

Cindy,

The City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation department offers a whole
list of jewelry classes (look in metals, adult) that span a range of
student levels. In addition, several of the instructors teach
one-on-one techniques. Also note that there is a premier art retreat
in August in Phoenix named Art Unraveled where there are many jewelry
workshops offered ( see http://www.ganoksin.com/gnkurl/cj ).

Best,
Chuck


#10

Contact Michael David Sturlin - he’s available for instruction at
his own studio, and he’s familiar with other resources in the Phoenix
metro area, including Mesa.

JoAnn