JEWELRY DESIGN Course# 632, Grades 10-12, 1/2 Credit, Quarter In this quarter course students will explore the elements and principles of art as they apply to the design and fabrication of metal and non-metal jewelry. Students will learn basic metallurgy techniques of annealing and soldering as well as fabrication techniques such as cutting, forming, firing, forging, planishing and finishing objects in such metals as copper, brass and silver. Jewelry may be taken three times for Credit. A Grade of B or better is required to continue. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in Crafts, Fine Arts 1, Pottery, or Design 1.