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Tiny Humans' Jewelry Making



In this class for kids aged 3-7 we will explore what jewelry is and how it is made. We will work with clay to make some beads, and also make some beads out of paper. We will then string those together to make necklaces, bracelets, and other adornments. We will also question what 'jewelry' means to each student to find everyone's unique style!

This four-day course meets from 1 to 2:30pm, every day June 26th through 29th. Younger students, with shorter attention spans, could leave before the end of the class period.

Cost: $60

The cost of this class includes studio time, access to all the equipment and tools needed, as well as in-depth instruction.

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Instructor Bio, Brandace Cloud:

Brandace is executive director at The Macoupin Art Collective. She has an Associate of Art degree in Graphic Design from Lewis & Clark Community College, a Bachelor of Art degree from Webster University, and attended post-graduate studies in the ceramics department at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. Brandace has worked as a self-employed ceramic artist, selling her wares at various art fairs and exhibitions. She has years of experience as an art educator, teaching clay classes and workshops for children, adults, and various community organizations.

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