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Tuesday, February 6th | 6:30pm-8:30pm | Heart Shaped Earrings

$35.00

Tuesday, February 6th | 6:30pm-8:30pm | Heart Shaped Earrings

Tuesday, February 6th | 6:30pm-8:30pm | Heart Shaped Earrings

$35.00

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Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day earrings? Come create your own in this beginner level jewelry making class. In this class you have the opportunity to explore metal wire forming skills along, with simple hammering skills to create texture to create your very own one of a kind earrings. This class will also, provide you with the opportunity to create a simple chain using beads and wire.  You will leave with earrings perfect for any Valentine’s Day date! 

Class location: This class will be held at 739 S. Clinton Ave, Rochester NY 14620. Click here for directions.

About the teacher:
Raised in Rochester, NY, Amber Dutcher is the owner and designer of Inner Loop Design Co. She studied jewelry and metal smithing at Nazareth College where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Through her experiences, she finds inspiration in the urban world around her often combining the juxtaposition of beauty and order with that of violence and chaos. Upon graduating, Amber was hired as head of the casting department at Richards & West in Rochester, NY where she was able to further hone her skill in jewelry and metal casting. She worked with this company for five years, where she strengthen her understanding of the casting process and became a master of her craft. Currently, Amber has taken on the position of Art Teacher at a local charter school for boys. Amber has worked in many different avenues of education, often teaching those with special needs. She not only taught ceramics to children and adults at Camp Loyaltown in the Catskills, but she also worked at Mary Cariola Children’s Center for many years helping students find expression through art.