On every Wednesday 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and monthly Sunday 1:00 to 3:00 pm
The wire art is made of different kinds of metal wire such as iron wire, aluminum wire, and copper wire. Wire art is widely used in jewelry making together with beads or stones and it is one of the traditional art forms that go back thousands of years ago. In this classes, you will learn the skills to work with the wires, have an understanding of the difference in each wire types and gauges to have the best results in your design, and also basic technique to create your own jewelry and wire sculptures. No experience is needed for this classes and you can also take one class as a workshop!
Basic Wire Art & Jewellery Making Workshop Toronto Schedule
Weekly Wednesday Class:
You can also take one class at $55 (including supplies & tools)
- Fall 1 session: September 19 to October 31
- Fall 2 session: November 7 to December 12
Fee: $270 for 6 weeks (includes supplies & tools)
- Winter session: January 23 to March 6
- Spring session: March 20 to May 1
- Summer session: May 8 to June 19
Fee: $315for 7 weeks (includes supplies & tools)
This can be a nice gift making workshop! Teens (age 14 and up) are welcome to join!
- Sunday, October 14th, 1:00 – 3:00 pm, $60 (including supplies & tools)
- Saturday, November 10th, 1:00 – 3:00 pm, $60(including supplies & tools)
- Saturday, December 1st, 1:00 – 3:00 pm, $60 (including supplies & tools)
If you have your own beads, wire, and tools you can bring your own instead of paying the supply fee.
Contact us to Register: info@lucsculpture or 416-461-7936
Bio: Mozhgan Abassi is a visual artist and jeweller who holds a Masters Degree in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage from Islamic Azad University in Tehran and a Bachelor’s Degree in Craft and Design from Sureh University in Tehran, Iran.
As a jeweller, Mozhgan has worked with a variety of materials, designing and creating different forms of jewellery. In addition to glass, she uses ceramic, metal wire, and stone. As a visual artist, Mozhgan creates miniatures inspired by old stories from her city of origin, Sanandaj, Iran.
Mozhgan has participated in several national and international exhibitions in Iran and Turkey. In Iran, Mozhgan has also worked as an arts educator in public schools and has delivered private art classes for children and adults. Mozhgan has worked as a Conservator and Restorator in historical sites in Iran and Turkey. She now aims to build a career in the Arts, Culture and Heritage sector in Toronto and she currently also teaches at George Brown College.