Students take over Flux Studios for Camberwell Arts/Flux open studios 2016
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That was Camberwell Arts Festival 2016

Thanks so much to everyone who participated in the Flux Open Studios events for Camberwell Arts Festival 2016. We love to celebrate the achievements of the people who come to Flux Jewellery School, and to broaden our community of creatives in South London.

3 ways to make a silver ring

3 Ways to Make a Silver Ring (G21)

3 Ways to Make a Silver Ring: 6 Week Course (Evening, Wed).

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On this fantastic introductory course to jewellery making we’ll show you 3 ways to make a silver ring. In the process you will explore how to texture cut, bend, shape, solder and manipulate metal using traditional jewellery tools and techniques.

Vitreous enamelling techniques on copper, steel and silver
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Jewellery Courses 2015-2016

Our expert jewellers at Flux have devised a range of unusual and stimulating jewellery courses and workshops for you to come and develop your skills. Don’t forget to check out our regular 10 week courses that run every term – autumn, spring and summer. Learn all about chain making, find out how to recycle your scrap silver, explore forming techniques, make a ring, set a stone….. we hope we have something for everyone here, and everything for some keen students too!

Family Workshop – Cuttlefish Casting with Pewter (FP4)

Jewellery workshop for families: This is an exciting family workshop in cuttlefish casting, where together you will be able to make fabulous objects in metal. Design a pendant or medal in metal. Carve it. Cast it. Drill and polish it. Wear it! Camberwell Arts Week special.

3 textured silver rings with Keum Boo; Ginko leaf with Keum Boo, example of silver jewellery that has been oxidised after Keum Boo application

Keum Boo for Jewellery (KB05)

Book now. The ancient Korean technique of keum boo is both beautiful and cost effective, and over the 2-day jewellery making workshop we will also highlight additional techniques that can be applied to further enhance the contrast of colour and texture to produce highly individual pieces of jewellery.