Saturdays, October 2 – November 20
6:30-9:30 (24 hours/8 weeks)
materials fee $50 payable to instructor first days of class
Class size: 4 (no experience necessary)
Registration Closes September 27
Once you add to cart, your spot will be held for 10 minutes, giving you time to complete your checkout.
Students will walk through the basic techniques of enameling and every week you can create something to take home. Techniques such as stenciling, cloisonné, pull throughs, and others will be introduced, and the students are free to use their time in class on projects of their choice. This course is designed to give you a deeper understanding of how enamel works along with the tools to work on your own.
Please wear closed-toed shoes and wear clothing you do not mind getting dirty (if you wish, bring an apron). Bring a notebook and a pen.
Athanasia Vayianou, was born in Limassol, Cyprus. The island’s politically charged history had an impact on everyone growing up there, her response was to develop an awareness and appreciation for family, history, and nature. Having access to art classes and creative studies all throughout her secondary schooling, it became a way of expressing herself. Moving to Canada and enrolling at NSCAD University, Vayianous discovered her love of Art and History and a passion for Metalsmithing. She graduated in 2017 with a BFA majoring in Jewellery Design and Metalsmithing and is currently a resident in the airCRAFT residency at the Centre for Craft.