Introduction to Resin Jewellery
Learn how to set your creativity in resin with this fun and fantastic in-person epoxy resin jewellery workshop.
We’ll go over some important tips and tricks when mixing and using resin, how to make a silicone mould for a shape, and you’ll go home with a small example pendant that we will make in the class. It’s an opportunity to play with colour, transparency, backgrounds and casting in a supported environment.
Bring something you may wish to set in a piece – due to longer demold times for the clearer resin, we won’t be able to set it in the class, but you can get advice on how to seal and then set it at home.
Class time runs for 2 hours, but can be extended to 3 hours if participants wish to stay and play.
INfuse aims to connect our creative community and provide a platform for training and inspiration through a series of workshops, artist talks and presentations.
About the teacher
Lana Schwarcz is a local western suburbs artist working across multiple art forms.
Primarily focussed on puppet design and build, she has also worked as writer, filmmaker and performer. She often uses various types of resins, epoxies and silicones to make puppet legs, arms and heads, and she transfers these skills to resin jewellery making workshops.
No cost to attend, registrations required: https://www.trybooking.com/BRMAS
Saturday 10 July 1pm to 3pm
St Albans Community Centre
33 Princess Street
St Albans Vic 3021