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This course encourages personal expression through the creation of wearable art, jewelry, objects, and/or sculpture. Building on the skills taught in Jewelry and Objects I, students are introduced to a variety of techniques including etching, enameling, and forming. Non-traditional materials are also explored. Critiques and class discussions are an important component. Skilled craftsmanship and an understanding of how design concepts and aesthetics may be reflected in material and fabrication choices are discussed.