Beads and Yarn



Bob Ebendorf Jewelry Making and Problem Solving With Unusual Materials

Friday, March 16, 2018 - Saturday, March 17, 2018
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Cost: $295.00

A workshop with Bob Ebendorf

Presented by the San Francisco Metal Arts Guild

The workshop is at Silvera Jewelry School

In this workshop we will explore problem solving, design and construction with a strong emphasis on cold connections: riveting, trapping, wiring. There will be additional focus on design orientation through the use of color and unusual materials within a composition. You can expect plenty of time for individual dialogue and lively discussions about Bob's work, studio practices, and current themes in art jewelry.

*Save $20 - Take advantage of early bird pricing - Register by February 4th!*

SF MAG Members - $270 ($250 early bird)

Non-Members - $295 ($275 early bird)

Registration is at through the SF Metal Arts Guild. Reserve your spot today with this great instructor!



Robert Ebendorf was born in 1938 in Topeka, Kansas. He received his BFA in 1960, his MFA in 1962. Following graduation, he received a Fulbright Fellowship to study at the State School of Applied Arts and Crafts in Norway. He has taught at the University of Georgia (1967-71) and State University of New York at New Paltz (1971-88). In 1995, he was awarded the American Craft Council Fellowship for his achievement in crafts and Commitment to the craft movement.

Bob is co-founder and past -president of the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) and represented in many worldwide collections... Read more


Students should have experience with basic jewelry fabrication skills, like sawing, filing, using a flex shaft, and soldering. We recommend students have take 2 fabrication classes or the equivalent, like our Basic Jewelry 1 or Jewelry 1 & 2 classes. 

Location: Silvera Jewelry School, Berkeley, CA


Instructor: Bob Ebendorf

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Bob Ebendorf Jewelry Making and Problem Solving With Unusual Materials

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