Metalsmithing & Jewelry Design

MFA - BFA

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The Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design Program at Indiana University focuses on the development of a student’s technical skills in traditional and experimental metalworking techniques and their development of a personal and creative direction in their work. This is a professional degree that prepares the student to teach at the university level or to practice as a professional artist, metalsmith, or jeweler.

Throughout their tenure at Indiana University students are expected to develop knowledge of the historical and theoretical ideas that enrich and inform their artwork. Students are encouraged to nurture a quality of mind and system of values that will enable them to develop ideas that are worthy of expression. With one-on-one professional guidance students will be able to establish a balance between design, craftsmanship, and creative concepts.

Anne Fiala - MFA 2013

Piece in a day 2

Wood, steel

2012

Galatea Kontos - MFA 2012

Doilies

Paper, thread

2012