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2005 Metal Corrugation Schedule: Trish McAleer, Author “Metal
Corrugation” Sign up early before classes fill!

Mendocino in May how could you ever pass this by! Besides the beauty
of Mendocino, all of our CA winter rain should bring a show of
spring color beyond words this year. Don’t miss the opportunity for
this exciting upcoming 3-day intensive workshop covering all aspects
Metal Corrugation and MORE. Trish’s “Altered Edges and Interior
Voids”, aluminum dies, as well as the NEW “Corrugation Compressor
[tm]” will be included! (See enrollment specifics below.)

Peter’s Valley in July: Layton, New Jersey � WOW! Finally, 5 days
with this process enabling you to totally immerse yourself with OFF
THE CHARTS CREATIVITY and exploration. Don�t miss the opportunity
for this exciting workshop covering all aspects Metal Corrugation
and MORE. “Altered Edges and Interior Voids”, aluminum dies, as well
as the NEW “Corrugation Compressor [tm]” will be included! (See
enrollment specifics below.)

May 6 � 8 2005 � Mendocino, California � 3 day workshop

Mendocino Art Center
45200 Little Lake Street
Mendocino, CA 954960
800-653-3328
http://www.mendocinoartcenter.org/

Class Number: SP05J505
May 6 - 8, 2005
METAL CORRUGATION, Patricia McAleer

Class begins Friday, May 6th. Three-day workshop meets Friday
through Sunday, 9:30am to 4:30 pm. Tuition: $300. Members may take a
$25 discount on one workshop per year.

Participants will learn to create an array of exciting surface
textures, hand-formed elements, and sculptural forms unique to the
corrugation process. An assortment of corrugation tools will be used
to form different wave patterns in thin gauge metal. Much of the
creative process is spontaneous, and satisfaction is immediate.
Complex forms and textures emerge from corrugated metal manipulated
using traditional and contemporary methods such as: repousse,
fold-forming, and hydraulic die forming with new dies. Other topics
will include techniques to connect and incorporating corrugated
elements into other work. Basic jewelry skills required. Materials
fee.

June 22 - 25: Cleveland, Ohio - Demonstrations, Allcraft Jewelry
Supply

SNAG Conference
Sheraton Cleveland City Center

I will be demonstrating in the Vendor Room at the Allcraft Jewelry
Supply booth Hope to see you there and meet you in person!

Allcraft: http://www.allcraft.peachhost.com/
SNAG: http://www.snagmetalsmith.org/snag/snagconferences.asp

July 15-19, 2005: Layton, New Jersey
Peters Valley
Craft Education Center
19 Kuhn Road, Layton, New Jersey 07851
(973) 948-5200 fax:(973) 948-0011
http://www.pvcrafts.org/registrationform_2005.pdf

Discover the exciting surface textures and dimensional forming
techniques totally unique to the metal corrugation process.
Participants will create an array of hand-fabricated elements and
small sculptural forms while exploring a new facet of creativity
adding to their jewelry making skill set. Topics covered will
include the use of corrugation with contemporary and traditional
jewelry making tools and techniques including essential tips, tricks
and technical Intermediate.

Trish McAleer has been working in corrugated metal processes for
over 20 years. She is the author of “Metal Corrugation: Surface
Embellishment and Element Formation for the Metalsmith”, one of the
definitive texts on the subject. Trish conducts workshops and shows
her work nationally.

Tuition: $425
Lab Fee: $50

September 9 � 11: Gatlinburg, Tennessee � Enamelist Society
Conference

Enamelist Society Conference � Vendor Room
www.enamelistsociety.org
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
556 Parkway, Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738

My best,
Trish McAleer - www.metalcorrugation.com
President, Metal Arts Society of Southern California - www.massconline.com