Master in Jewelry Making

Accademia Riaci (Florence, Italy)
In Florence (Italy)

Rs 14,000
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  • Course
  • Florence (Italy)
  • Duration:
    8 Months
Description

Jewelry Making. Gemology. Advanced Jewelry Making. Advanced Jewelry Creative Making. Advanced Jewelry Casting Technology. Fine Jewelry Portfolio. Diploma Project. Stone Setting. Gemology. Advanced Jewelry Casting Technology. Advanced Stone Setting. Advanced Jewelry Making. Fine Jewelry Portfolio. Diploma Project. Jewelry Etching and Brattishing. Gemology. Advanced Jewelry Etching. Advanced Jewelry Casting Technology. Advanced Jewelry Projects. Fine Jewelry Portfolio. Diploma project. Jewelry Design. Gemology. Advanced Jewelry Design I. Advanced Jewelry Design II. Fine Jewelry Portfolio.ecc.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Florence
Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

1. Graduates of Riaci's Basic and/or One - Year course, or... - Graduates of 4 year colleges in art or design / Equivalent working or training exerience in a specific field, and desires to pursue their studies in a further advanced level. 2. Sufficient language proficiency in either Italian, English, or Japanese 3. A qualification exam including a 12 piece portfolio that best represents the student's work style is required for admission.

Course programme

Taught in Italian or English

Master program is designed to provide students an opportunity to achieve the highest personal and professional accomplishment in the Jewelry field. The curriculum provides a broad exposure to techniques, expands knowledge of applied design, and strengthens perceptual and philosophical concepts and expression. Students are encouraged to experiment with any techniques and materials that will support their project. Technical areas of study offered are: soldering, sheet fabrication, raising, stretching, forging, repousse, die-forming, casting, stone setting, tool making, metal finishing, chemical patination, titanium and aluminum anodizing, photo etching, metal inlay, roller printing, silver plating, working with plastics, and incisione. The jewelry studios are equipped with a wide array of tools for lapidary, enameling, forging, casting and electroforming work; the machinist room has lathers, saws, mills, and grinding and polishing machines. Master students are assigned a private workspace. Before graduating, students are expected to demonstrate that they have developed their technical skills in areas that support their specific artistic direction. Professional development opportunities for Master students include: developing portfolios; encouragement to enter national exhibitions and competitions; and seminars devoted to resume writing, career planning, and teaching skills. The students in Master course focus on Jewelry Making, Stone Setting, Incisione and brattishing and Jewelry Design.