Take a Jewelry Class in Tucson, Arizona
There will not be any Jewelry Making classes for the September 2019 Show.
The Most Interesting Jewelry Classes are at the JOGS Gem & Jewelry Show
When you visit Winter JOGS Gem and Jewelry Show, make sure to book a jewelry class. Anything you are interested in: beading classes, metal work classes, wire jewelry classes, or soldering jewelry classes, all are offered by amazing jewelry instructors with classic and innovative projects for you to learn from. You’ll discover these fascinating opportunities at the JewelryTools.com’s Jewelry Classes at JOGS Show, the Jewelry and Gem show at the Tucson Expo Center. There are over 200 different jewelry classes to choose from, and you can easily find the perfect class for you.
Why Do We Make Jewelry?
Jewelry creation process can be very thrilling, either it is for sell, for gifts or for personal use. Plus, you will have a chance to learn new jewelry techniques and develop jewelry making skills. When you take jewelry classes at JOGS Tucson Show, you’ll be around people who share same passion and interest to jewelry as you do.
Classes include beaded jewelry creation, metal work, wire wrapping, soldering, mixed media, polymer clay, metal forming, and rolling mill techniques.
Taking a jewelry class is much more than learning a jewelry pattern: you’ll learn variations, considerations, and even add your own jewelry design skills to the instructor’s original idea. Jewelry making classes is a great way to increase your creativity, dexterity and techniques.
JOGS Tucson Show and JewelryTools.com are proud to sponsor 15 jewelry instructors as they teach jewelry making classes in Tucson, AZ. This top jewelry education team has experience in all types of jewelry fabrication.
Make Connections at Jewelry Classes
Jewelry-making classes at JOGS Tucson Show is valuable, because of the connections you make, the jewelry instructors you meet/learn from, and the amazing techniques you discover at each jewelry class. You’ll have access to the great minds in the jewelry-making industry during JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show.