Course Summary

Explore fashion trends, create a mood board and set yourself up for future designs. Learn wiring techniques, how to use jewellery findings and what materials can be used. 

You will learn:

  • How to use the three main pliers for fashion jewellery
  • How to use jewellery findings
  • How to set up your work space
  • What materials can be used and how to use them
  • Wiring techniques and how to make your own eye pins

A kit will be provided and you will make your own earrings in 2 different designs as well as your own necklace.

Pennie Jagiello is a Melbourne-based contemporary jeweller with a Masters in Art from RMIT. Her master’s body of work was constructed from anthropogenic debris collected from beaches and coastal environs across Victoria, New South Wales and the Pilbara. Pennie’s works have been exhibited nationally at selected Craft and Design galleries, as well as showing in alternative art spaces. Pennie was selected from RMIT to exhibit her MFA works in the prestigious Galerie Marzee International Graduate 2018 Show in Nijmegen, Netherlands. In addition to running classes at CAE, Pennie also delivers workshops, short courses and studio lectures in the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT and in the School of Art.

Currently, we have no dates scheduled for this course. Please contact us via email enquiries@cae.edu.au to register your interest.

A kit will be provided and you will make your own earrings in 2 different designs as well as your own necklace.

Last updated: April 16, 2024 04:39pm