This blog is intended for UWM students enrolled in Assistant Professor Frankie Flood Advanced Jewelry & Metalsmithing courses in the Jewelry & Metalsmithing area. In this course students will investigate the role of the one of kind object in a society dominated by mass produced objects and the signi´Čücance of being a maker in contemporary society who works within the craft medium of metal.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

student blogs

courtesy of Sarah's blog and artist Elizabeth Brim
Hello All,

I have compiled a list of blogs from everyone in the course. Please make sure to visit and sign up to "follow" each others blogs. I will keep tabs on your progress and try to post interesting activity on this main course blog from time to time. Please use these blogs as a way to document what you are doing in the studio as well as complete the mandatory weekly postings. Remember, we take what we do as metalsmiths for granted. Use this opportunity to share what you do with the rest of the world. No matter how small and insignificant your efforts may seem, each step contributes to the process of making; document this. Anything from sketches, to models, to samples, to major pieces in progress, to finished documented work is fair game. Contrary to what you may think, there is no need to feel like only finished work is worthy of posting......EVERYTHING is fair game as long as it relates to this course and making.

I look forward to reading about your progress.

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Sarah
Lucy
Christof
Karvari
Kendra
Jesse
Kristin
Kelly
Hannah
Catie
Caitlin
Rachel
Steve
Patrick
Madeline
Sam
Melanie
Nina

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