Designing a Collection
with Marlene Richey
Sep 15th | 10am to 5pm
Tuition: $150 | Payment plans available
Kit Fee: $25 Materials and Lab Fee | Fee paid last day of class
"Marlene Richey's course was tremendously informative. Three days jammed with information from a real pro. Every question is taken with interest and every detail gets attention." - Hannah J.
The concept of good or bad design is subjective, but in this fast paced, highly interactive and creative class you will glean answers to these questions.
- The basics of designing a cohesive collection with some fun hands-on exercises
- Begin to look at your jewelry through new eyes
- See how you can improve your designs
- And ultimately become a more successful and thoughtful designer.
Marlene Richey, who is known for her business and marketing classes, will reveal another part of herself that most people don’t know. Her father was head of the art department at the university level, and her uncle was head of the art department at Central Washington University. Both men published numerous books on art, design and art education. Marlene herself majored in art and metalsmithing in college and did postgraduate work on Russian icons. She was raised in an environment where the concept of “less is more” was prominent, and Scandinavian designer, Alvar Aalto, and the postmodern movement were common topics during family conversations. All of this was the perfect preparation for a successful career in the jewelry and craft world. These concepts are still popular today, making Marlene an ideal instructor and invaluable advisor to the modern designer.
Marlene knows design and wants to help develop your aesthetic and take your vision to the next level. This class is invaluable to the artist who wishes to push their concepts further to create strong and beautiful works of art.
Please be informed Creative Side only offers “tuition credit” upon cancellation. Please review our no refund policy before enrolling and agree to the terms. We appreciate your support of our growing community.