This class has closed for registration through the MFA. Please contact Stonybrook directly at 617-522-3331 to enroll.
Ten-Session Class: Wednesdays, January 8-March 12
Course Description: Wearable art has been around since before there was fire. Explore the MFA’s various collections of jewelry and work on ideas. Silver, copper and brass are utilized while learning various methods of sawing, filing, riveting, soldering and polishing. Students also carve wax, invest their piece and cast it in silver or bronze.
The MFA is delighted to present programming with Stonybrook Fine Arts. Founded by MFA instructor Morris Norvin, Stonybrook Fine Arts is a sculpture studio and foundry located in Jamaica Plain featuring small classes in a variety of media. Course include Stick, MIG, and TIG welding; bronze casting; mold making; ceramic sculpture; live figure modeling; and jewelry making. All courses and workshops include a tour of the Museum’s collections of sculpture and metals. Easily accessible by the Orange line, there is also on-street parking available. No experience necessary (except as noted); all course and workshop sizes are limited to provide a safe working environment. All tools and materials are provided. visit
Class meets and takes place at:
Stonybrook Fine Arts
24 Porter Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130