I can’t speak about the quality of their programs, but a search of
AJM Magazine’s education resource guide turned up the following
schools in Seattle. One caveat: as far as I know, the guide hasn’t
been updated for a while, so you’ll probably want to contact the
schools and see what the status of their program is, as well as
asking for a course catalog, etc.
NORTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 9600 College Way N. Seattle, WA
98103-3599 Phone: 206-526-0062. Fax: 527-3784. Contact: Lynne Hull.
Programs: Associate’s degree, continuing education, workshops.
Subjects: Casting; enameling; horology; jewelry design, making,
repair, and technology; lapidary; metalworking; mold making; patina
work; stone setting; tool making; and wax carving, modeling, and
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON School of Art Box 353440 Seattle, WA 98195-3440
Phone: 206-685-1714 for graduate programs, 543-0646 for undergraduate
programs. Fax: 685-1657. E-mail: email@example.com (for
undergraduate); firstname.lastname@example.org (for graduate). Contact: Mary Hu
or Pat Dougherty for graduate programs; Judi Clark for undergraduate
programs. Programs: BFA and MFA degrees in metals and jewelry.
Subjects: Blacksmithing, casting, enameling, jewelry making and
design, lapidary, metalworking, silversmithing, stone setting, tool
making, and wax carving, modeling, and working.
Hope that helps!
PS For more schools, check out AJM’s web site at
http://www.ajm-magazine.com and click on Resources.
Phone: (508) 339-7366
Fax: (520) 563-8255