705.728.1968, ext. Design and Visual Arts
Email: Greg Merrall
This one-year post-graduate diploma program is directed towards students wishing to pursue goldsmithing or silversmithing as a self-directed career.
Students will refine their jewellery and metalworking skills, develop their design abilities and acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to design, produce and market jewellery, flatware and hollowware. Students specialize in either goldsmithing or silversmithing. Within their area of specialization, students choose a number of advanced techniques to concentrate on, and develop the in-depth knowledge and skills that would allow them to work independently or as designers.
Goldsmith - A goldsmith is one who would design, as well as produce, jewellery as an employee or in one's own studio.
Silversmith - A silversmith is one who would design, as well as produce, hollowware and flatware items as an employee or in one's own studio.
- College diploma or equivalent with a specialty in Jewellery and Metals.
Applicants lacking a post-secondary diploma, degree, or equivalent may be considered based on proven related experience in the chosen field.
Applicants must meet ONE of the following requirements to be eligible for admission to this program:
College diploma or equivalent with a specialty in Jewellery and Metals.
Applicants lacking a college diploma, university degree, or equivalent may be considered based on proven related experience in the chosen field.
Qualified applicants will be considered on an individual basis, based on the admission requirements, quality of the portfolio work and space availability. Only a limited number of applicants will be accepted into this post-graduate program.
GLDS1000 Lapidary and Gem Cutting GLDS1001 Jewellery & Metal Tech 1 GLDS1004 Sales, Marketing and Photography GLDS1005 Jewellery & Metals Tech 2
Optional Course - Studio 1
Optional Course - Studio 2
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