Two enameled pieces with gold outline on a gray background Tzuju Chen

Enameling Workshop


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Collins 308

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This workshop is an introduction to vitreous enamel on metal. Students learn different methods of applying color, images, and textures to metal surfaces. During this workshop, students explore a variety of techniques to create personal designs through successive layers of glass fired on copper using processes such as sifting, drawing, and silver foil applications. All levels are welcome. Please bring a sketchbook, drawing instruments, and design inspirations (tear sheets, photos, etc.)

We urge you, if you are able, to be fully up-to-date on vaccinations, including boosters. Available vaccination sites can be found here.

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Tzu Ju Chen is originally from Taiwan and received her BFA in Jewelry & Metalsmithing from Rhode Island School of Design. While at RISD, she attended the European Honors Program in Rome, where she solidified her love for architecture in antiquity, independent studio practice and drawing. She received her MFA in Metalsmithing in 2006 from Cranbrook … Read more