When you enroll in the Pratt SCPS Jewelry Design and Marketing Program, you will learn the fundamentals of jewelry design, gain insight into the history of the industry, and learn about current trends. Regardless of your level of experience, registration begins July 12 for Pratt SCPS fall courses and certificates, which include:
- Computer aided design and 3D modeling for jewelers
- Jewelry Design + Development
- History of jewelry design and current trends
- Making wearable art: jewelry making for beginners
- Making wearable art: advanced jewelry making
Most importantly, you will gain the practical skills necessary to improve your business, all guided by experts in the field.
Senior Jewelry Designer and Trainer Carolyn A’Hearn has designed and produced jewelry from start to finish for several brands including J. Crew, Catbird, Liloveve, The Brave Collection, as well as several private clients and for their own line. They are currently Chief Designer and Production Manager for The Gild Jewelry Collective.
Karen Bachmann teaches at both the Pratt Institute and the Fashion Institute of Design, where she specializes in fine and bridge jewelry, sartorial art and decorative art. She has conducted lectures, workshops, and lectures at the American Folk Art Museum, the Mutter Museum, the Victorian Society of America, the Morbid Anatomy Museum, the Atlas Obscura, and the Katonah Museum of Art, among others. at Tiffany & Co.
Akiyo Matsuoka is a faculty member at Fashion Institute of Technology, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute. Matsuoka’s fine jewelry creations have appeared in Vogue, Town and country, Married, In the style, Cosmopolitan, W, Vanity Show, and others. His collections have been featured in luxury department stores and specialty retailers around the world including Neiman Marcus, Takashimaya NY, Nordstrom, Wako Japan and Lane Crawford Hong Kong.
Visit the Jewelry Design & Marketing website for more details and direct all your questions to [email protected].
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