JEWELRY SCHOOLS AND TRAINING DIRECTORY


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Antique Jewelry and Jewelry Appreciation

Center for Jewelry Studies
www.center4jewelrystudies.org
The Center for Jewelry Studies is dedicated to the dissemination of information on the history, identification and marketing of antique, period and vintage jewelry.

Sotheby’s Institute London
30 Oxford Street, London W1D 1AU (UK)
Phone +44 20 7462 3232
Fax +44 20 7580 8160
www.sothebys.com
Email: jewellerycourses@sothebys.com
Seminars and short courses in jewelry appreciation and a postgraduate degree in art appreciation (accredited through the University of Manchester).

Sotheby’s Institute New York
1334 York Ave., New York, NY 10021
Phone 212-894-1111
Fax 212-894-1112
www.sothebys.com
Email: jewellerycourses@sothebys.com
Occasional weekend courses are offered; the majority of classes are given in London.

Appraisal

American Society of Appraisers
555 Herndon Parkway, #125, Herndon VA 20170
Phone 703-478-2228
Fax 703-742-8471
www.appraisers.org
Comprehensive appraisal program for personal property appraisers as well as courses geared specifically to the gem and jewelry field. Prerequisites: advanced-level courses require the Graduate Gemologist (G.G.) or Fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain (FGA) diplomas.

International Society of Appraisers
Riverview Plaza Office Park, 16040 Christensen Rd. # 102, Seattle WA 98188
Phone 206-241-0359
Fax 206-241-0436
www.isa-appraisers.org
Email: courses@isa-appraisers.org
Courses leading to the Certified Appraiser of Personal Property (CAPP and S-CAPP) designations, with a concentration in jewelry available.

Master Valuer Program
5805 Windmill Way, Carmichael, CA 95608
(800)731-1122
www.mastervaluer.com
Email: registrar@mastervaluer.com
Distance education appraisal program specifically for the gem and jewelry industry as well as a three-day workshop and short, topic-specific classes.

Gemology

Balzan Laboratories
21 Baywood Ct., Fairfax CA 94930 or
760 Market St., San Francisco CA 94102
Phone 415-834-9209
Fax 415-453-5340
www.balzangemlab.com/
Offers seminars and short classes in gemology and valuation science and conducts classes in association with the Revere Academy and the Gemmological Association of Great Britain. Offers an apprenticeship program in quality control for the jewelry industry to experienced jewelers and gemologists.

California Institute of Jewelry Training
5800 Winding Way, Carmichael CA 95608
Phone 916-487-1122
Fax 916-487-1189
www.jewelrytraining.com
Email: CIJT@jewelrytraining.com
Classes in gemology in association with GIA and the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and in appraisal through the Master Valuer Program, as well as courses in sales and marketing. Comprehensive programs in basic, intermediate and advanced repair and fabrication as well as short classes in specialized jewelry manufacturing techniques.

Diamond Council of America (DCA)
3212 West End Ave. #202, Nashville TN 37203
Phone 615-385-5301
Fax 615-385-4955
www.diamondcouncil.org
Distance education courses in gemology and diamontology.

GIA (Gemological Institute of America)
Robert Mouawad Campus, 5345 Armada Dr., Carlsbad CA 92008
Phone 800-421-7250, 760-603-4000
Fax 760-603-4003
www.gia.edu
Email: admissions@gia.edu
GIA’s Graduate Gemologist diploma is offered on campus and through distance education eLearning. Individual courses and lab classes are available for diamonds, colored stones, gem identification, and pearls. Expand your skills in jewelry design, bench work, and fabrication in GIA’s Jewelry Manufacturing Arts lab classes, as well. Programs and lab classes are available at campuses worldwide, including Carlsbad, California and New York.

International Gemmological Institute (IGI)
579 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10017
Phone 212-753-7100
Fax 212-753-7759
www.igi-usa.com
Email: info@igi-usa.com
Courses in grading rough and polished diamonds and in colored stone identification.

Santiago Canyon College
Gemology Dept., Orange Campus, 8045 E. Chapman Ave., Orange CA 92869
Phone 714-628-4900 (College), 714-893-6643 (Program Information)
www.sccollege.edu
Email: ovdiamonds@aol.com
Gemology A.A. degree and certificate program offered on campus. The core classes are Introductory & Advanced Colored Stones and Diamond Grading. These classes include lab work with a full complement of gemological testing equipment. In addition, there are four elective courses: Antique and Period Jewelry; Pearls; Appraisal Theory & Practice; and The Jewelry Profession.

Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology at Paris Junior College
2400 Clark St., Paris TX 75460
Phone 800-232-5804
Fax 903-782-0452
www.parisjc.edu/index.php/tijt
Email: uraus@parisjc.edu
Gemology and trade-related business courses in addition to its degree programs and short classes in jewelry manufacturing and watchmaking.

Management, Sales and Marketing

Arts Business Institute
3000 Chestnut Ave; Suite 3000, Baltimore, MD 21211
(877) ABI-5771
http://artsbusinessinstitute.org/
Contact: Jean Thompson, jeant@rosengrp.com
Workshops in business development for craft artists: accounting, pricing, product development, and wholesale and retail sales.

Gem City College
700 State St., PO Box 179, Quincy IL 62306
Phone 217-222-0391
Fax 217-222-1447
www.gemcitycollege.com
Associate’s degree and diploma programs in business as well as jewelry design, manufacturing, watchmaking and watch repair. Self-study packs are available.

Gemological Institute of America (GIA)
Robert Mouawad Campus, 5345 Armada Dr., Carlsbad CA 92008
Phone 800-421-7250, 760-603-4000
Fax 760-603-4003
www.gia.edu
Email: eduinfo@gia.edu
GIA’s Graduate Retail Management Diploma is offered in Carlsbad, while the Accredited Jewelry Professional courses are available through distance education. Basic and advanced gemology courses and manufacturing classes are offered on campus and in various locations.

Jewelers Education Foundation of the American Gem Society
Robert M. Shipley Bldg., 8881 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas NV 89117
Phone 702-255-6500
Fax 702-255-7420
www.ags.org
Courses in diamond grading and gem and jewelry appraisal as well as retail sales.

Jewelers of America
120 Broadway, Suite 2820, New York, NY 10271
Phone 800-223-0673, 646-658-0246
Fax 646-658-0256
www.jewelers.org
Email: info@jewelers.org
Self-study courses for sales associates and store managers, and exams leading to certification for sales and management professionals and bench jewelers.

Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology at Paris Junior College
2400 Clark St., Paris TX 75460
Phone 800-232-5804
Fax 903-782-0452
www.parisjc.edu/index.php/tijt
Email: uraus@parisjc.edu
Gemology and trade-related business courses in addition to its degree programs and short classes in jewelry manufacturing and watchmaking.

Manufacturing: Diamond Cutting and Lapidary Arts

American Institute of Diamond Cutting, Inc.
1287 E. Newport Center Dr. #202, Deerfield Beach FL. 33442
Phone 800-831-8470, 954-574-0833
www.diamondschool.com
Email: Diamondcutting@worldnet.att.net
Comprehensive diamond cutting program, including the evaluation of rough and polished diamonds. Short courses in grading fancy color diamonds, evaluating diamond rough and marketing are also available.

The Diamond Institute
3966 Summerville Way, Box 495, Chester NY 10918
Phone 845-651-1100
Fax 845-651-1102
www.diamondologist.com
Email: info@diamondologist.com
Program in diamond cutting.

Lapidary Arts
www.lapidarysource.com
Classes in colored stone cutting.

Manufacturing: Jewelry Fabrication and Repair

Alexander Studio
22940 Lyons Ave., Newhall CA 91321
www.alexanderstudio.org/
Basic through advanced classes in fabrication techniques as well as workshops in casting and precious metal clay.

American Jewelers Institute
11904 SE Stark St., Portland OR 97216
Phone 503-255-4517
www.jewelersacademy.com
Four-month course in jewelry manufacturing, including fabrication, setting, wax carving and casting.

Art League School
105 N. Union St., Alexandria VA 22314
Phone 703-683-2323
Fax 703-683-0167
www.theartleague.org
Classes and workshops in fabrication, repair, precious metal clay and enamel.

Bishop State Community College (Jewelry and Watch Repair Dept.)
SW Campus, 925 Dauphin Island Parkway, Mobile AL 36605
Phone 334-479-7476
Fax 334-473-2049
www.bishop.edu
slange@bishop.edu
One-year programs in jewelry design, manufacturing and repair and in watch repair.

California Institute of Jewelry Training
5800 Winding Way, Carmichael CA 95608
Phone 916-487-1122
Fax 916-487-1189
www.jewelrytraining.com
Email: CIJT@jewelrytraining.com
Comprehensive programs in basic, intermediate and advanced repair and fabrication as well as short classes in specialized jewelry manufacturing techniques. Offers classes in gemology in association with GIA and the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and appraisal through the Master Valuer Program, as well as sales and marketing.

Christian Bauer Studios
214 W. 29th St., New York, NY 10001
Phone 212-643-8917
Basic through advanced classes in granulation techniques.

Colorado Academy of Silversmithing
PO Box 2433, Estes Park CO 80517
Phone 303-517-1068
http://silversmithing.homestead.com/SilverClasses1.html
Email: dnorris@frii.com
Comprehensive silversmithing program.

Conner Jeweler’s Institute
4820 University Dr., Huntsville AL 35816
Phone 800-654-6552, 256-830-1502
Fax 256-830-1512
www.jewelersschool.com
Email: info@jewelersschool.com
Short classes in repair, setting, wax and casting as well as diamond grading and management.

Drouhard National Jeweler’s Academy
2236 S. Main St., Mansfield OH 44907
Phone 888-663-9335, 419-756-5255
www.drouhardjewelerschool.com
One week classes in repair, diamond setting, and design and casting.

Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)
Jewelry Design Dept.
Phone 212-217-7675, 800-999-9923 (continuing education dept.)
Fax 212-217-7160
www.fitnyc.edu
Associate’s degree in jewelry design and fabrication and continuing education classes in various aspects of jewelry design and metalsmithing.

Fredricka Kulicke School of Jewelry
PO Box 216, Augusta NJ 07822
Phone 973-702-1881
Fax 253-669-0511
http://kulickejewelryschool.com
Email: fkulicke@hotmail.com
Classes in jewelry fabrication techniques such as granulation, chainmaking, enameling and setting.

Gem City College
700 State St., PO Box 179, Quincy IL 62306
Phone 217-222-0391
Fax 217-222-1447
www.gemcitycollege.com
Associate’s degree and diploma programs in jewelry design, manufacturing, and repair as well as watch and clock repair, horology, hand engraving, silversmithing, wax modeling and casting and stone setting. Business courses and self-study packs are available.

Gemological Institute of America (GIA)
Robert Mouawad Campus, 5345 Armada Dr., Carlsbad CA 92008
Phone 800-421-7250, 760-603-4000
Fax 760-603-4003
www.gia.edu
Email: eduinfo@gia.edu
GIA’s comprehensive Graduate Jeweler program is offered in Carlsbad, while short classes in setting, repair, wax, casting, mold making, enameling and hand engraving can also be taken in various locations. Two-month design and wax classes are offered, as well as management classes for retailers. Courses in diamonds, colored stones and pearls can be taken on campus or through distance education.

Hazeltine School of Fine Jewelry Crafting
260 S. Lake Ave., Pasadena CA 91101
Phone 626-568-9545
Fax 626-585-7914
Short classes in jewelry manufacturing and repair.

Howard Academy for the Metal Arts
PO Box 472, Stoughton WI 53589
Phone 800-843-9603
Fax 608-873-0960
Comprehensive program in jewelry manufacturing, including repair, setting, goldsmithing, design, casting and mold making and gemology. Specialty courses in hand engraving and die carving, forging, and sculpture and blacksmithing are also available.

Jewelry Arts Institute
2180 Broadway, New York NY 10024
Phone 212-362-8633
www.jewelryarts.com
Classes in classical metalsmithing techniques: granulation, chainmaking, stonesetting and enamel work.

Jewelry Design Institute
4906 Fitzhugh Ave. #107, Richmond VA 23230
Phone 804-342-1117
Classes in casting, stonesetting, repair, and design and fabrication; some jewelry experience is necessary.

Metalwerx
10 Walnut St., Woburn MA 01801
Phone 781-937-3532
Fax 781-937-3955
www.metalwerx.com
Email: info@metalwerx.com
Short classes in jewelry manufacturing and workshops in subjects like alloying, wax carving, setting, chasing and repousse.

Miami Jewelry Institute
561 NW 32nd St., Miami FL 33127
Phone 305-573-5707
Email: ptaylormji@aol.com
Continuing education classes, seminars and workshops in jewelry manufacturing and repair, design, setting, wax modeling and casting and silversmithing.

Milwaukee Area Technical College
Division of Jewelry Repair and Fabrication, 700 W. State St., Milwaukee WI 53233
Phone 414-297-6433
Fax 414-297-7689
http://matc.edu
Technical diplomas and continuing education classes in jewelry repair and manufacturing, as well as classes in basic gemology.

New Approach School for Jewelers
107 SE Parkway Ct, Franklin TN 37064-3968
Phone 800-529-4763
www.newapproachschool.com
Short classes in manufacturing, stone setting, platinum fabrication.

North Bennet Street School
39 N. Bennet St., Boston MA 02113
Phone 617-227-0155
www.nbss.org
Full-time program in jewelry manufacturing and repair and workshops in techniques like setting and fabrication.

Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts

760 Market St. #900, San Francisco CA 94102
Phone 415-391-4179
Fax 415-391-7570
www.revereacademy.com
Email: info@revereacademy.com
Entry-level and intermediate programs (JA Certification levels 1 and 2) and advanced classes in all areas of jewelry repair and manufacturing, including master classes in specialized techniques like granulation and anticlastic raising. Classes in gemology and marketing are also offered.

Stewart’s International School for Jewelers
651 Indiantown Rd., Jupiter FL 33458
Phone 800-843-3409, 561-746-7586
Fax 561-746-8420
www.stewartsintlschool.com
Short classes in jewelry repair, diamond setting, design and casting and hand engraving.

Studio Jewelers Ltd.
32 E. 31st St., New York NY 10016
Phone 212-686-1944
Fax 212-686-2408
www.studiojewelersltd.com
Email: info@studiojewelersltd.com
Full-time and part-time programs in the fundamentals of jewelry manufacturing, setting, casting and mold-making and repair, as well as part-time classes in repair, setting, wax and design.

Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology at Paris Junior College
2400 Clark St., Paris TX 75460
Phone 800-232-5804
Fax 903-782-0452
www.parisjc.edu/index.php/tijt
Email: uraus@parisjc.edu
Associate’s degree programs in jewelry manufacturing and watchmaking, as well as semester-length classes in computer-aided design, gemology and business practices. Short classes in topics such as setting, casting, working with platinum and jewelry repair are available, as is a review class for the JA Bench Certification exams.

Trenton Jewelry School
7830 Church St., Millington TN 38053
Phone 800-868-9439, 901-873-4656
Fax 901-873-4653
Short classes in fabrication, repair, setting and casting.

Waxmasters/Advanced Wax Systems
PO Box 813, Aspen CO 81612
Phone 970-920-3050
Fax 970-920-3050
Short classes in basic, intermediate and advanced wax techniques.

Watch Repair and Watchmaking

American Watchmaking Institute
701 Enterprise Dr., Harrison OH 45030
Phone 513-367-9800
Fax 513-367-1414
www.awi-net.org
Continuing education and training in watchmaking and watch and clock repair offered to members.

Bishop State Community College (Jewelry and Watch Repair Dept.)
SW Campus, 925 Dauphin Island Parkway, Mobile AL 36605
Phone 334-479-7476
Fax 334-473-2049
www.bishop.edu
slange@bishop.edu
One-year programs in watch repair and jewelry design, manufacturing and repair.

Gem City College
700 State St., PO Box 179, Quincy IL 62306
Phone 217-222-0391
Fax 217-222-1447
www.gemcitycollege.com
Associate’s degree and diploma programs in watch and clock repair and horology as well as jewelry repair and design, hand engraving, jewelry store management, as well as a variety of business classes. Self-study courses are available.

NAWCC School of Horology
514 Poplar St., Columbia PA 17512
Phone 717-684-8261
Fax 717-684-0197
www.nawcc.org
Email: bwhitehead@nawcc.org
Comprehensive programs and short classes in watch and clock repair. Day and evening classes are available.

Oklahoma State University, Jewelry Technology Dept.
1801 E. 4th St., Okmulgee OK 74447
Phone 918-293-5342
Fax 918-293-4633
http://go.osuit.edu/academics/watchmaking/
Email: Watch@okstate.edu
The School of Watchmaking at OSUIT is a holistic two year program that dates back to 1946 and utilizes the Swiss American Watchmaker Training Alliance (SAWTA) curriculum as well as an Associates of Applied Science degree.

Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology at Paris Junior College
2400 Clark St., Paris TX 75460
Phone 800-232-5804
Fax 903-782-0452
www.parisjc.edu/index.php/tijt
Email: uraus@parisjc.edu
Associate’s degree programs in watchmaking and jewelry manufacturing, as well as semester-length classes in computer-aided design, gemology and business practices.

Zantech Inc.
7501 N. Harker Dr., Peoria IL 61615
Phone 800-441-7569, 309-692-8326
Fax 309-692-8375
www.zantechinc.com
Short classes and videos on quartz watch repair and battery replacement.

Arts and Crafts Classes and Beadwork

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
PO Bo 567, 556 Pkwy., Gatlinburg TN 37738
Phone 865-436-5860
Fax 865-430-4101
www.arrowmont.org
One and two week classes in metalsmithing and enamel work.

Brookfield Craft Center
PO Box 122, Route 25, Brookfield CT. 06804
Phone 203-775-4526
Fax 203-740-7815
www.brookfieldcraftcenter.org
Email: registrar@brookfieldcraftcenter.org
Classes in beading, casting, lapidary arts and jewelry making.

Craft Students League of YMCA
610 Lexington Ave., New York NY 10022
Phone 212-735-9731
Fax 212-223-6438
www.ywcanyc.org
Classes in jewelry making and enamel work.

Creative Arts Workshop
80 Audubon St., New Haven CT 06510
Phone 203-562-4927
Fax 203-562-2329
Classes and workshops in jewelry design and manufacturing, wax carving and bead stringing.

Farmington Valley Arts Center
25 Arts Center Lane, Avon CT 06001
Phone 860-678-1867
Fax 860-678-1867
Classes and workshops in traditional goldsmithing and silversmithing techniques.

Guildford Arts Center
PO Box 589, 411 Church St., Guildford CT 06437
Phone 203-453-5947
Fax 203-453-6237
www.guilfordartcenter.org
Email: lwolkow@guilfordartcenter.org
Classes offered in enameling, casting, jewelry design, manufacturing and repair.

The Visual Arts Center of Richmond
1812 W. Main St., Richmond VA 23220
Phone 804-353-0094
Fax 804-353-8018
http://visarts.org/

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
PO Box 518, Deer Isle ME
Phone 207-348-2306
www.haystack-mtn.org
Email: haystack@haystack-mtn.org
Offers classes in casting, enameling, silversmithing, jewelry design and manufacturing and wax carving.

School of Lapidary Arts
PO Box 890, Young Harris GA 30582
Phone 706-379-2126
www.lapidaryschool.org
Email: lapidary@windstream.net
Classes in gem cutting, bead making, jewelry repair, precious metal clay and enameling.

Interlaken School of Art
Jewelry and Metalsmithing, PO Box 1440, Stockbridge MA 01262
Phone 413-298-5252
Fax 413-298-0274
www.rattlesnake.com/test/Interlaken.html
Email: makeart@bcn.net
Classes in jewelry making and design.

Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts
314 S. Park St., Kalamazoo MI 49007
Phone 616-349-7775
Fax 616-349-9313
www.kiarts.org
Classes in jewelry fabrication, design and specialty techniques.

Mainline Art Center
Old Buck Rd. & Lancaster Ave., Haverford PA 19041
Phone 610-525-0272
Fax 610-525-5036
www.mainlineart.org
Email: info@mainlineart.org
Classes and workshops in fabrication and special techniques like precious metal clay for all levels.

Mendocino Art Center
45200 Little Lake St., PO Box 765, Mendocino CA 95460
Phone 800-653-3328, 707-937-5818
Fax 707-937-1764
www.mendocinoartcenter.org
Email: mendoart@mcn.org
Workshops in specialized manufacturing techniques like anticlastic raising, enamel, granulation, chain making and similar subjects.

92nd Street Y
Jewelry Department, 1395 Lexington Ave., New York NY 10128
Phone 212-415-5562
Fax 212-415-5574
www.92y.org
Classes in basic jewelry making techniques as well as wirework and non-precious materials.

Peters Valley Crafts Center
19 Kuhn Rd., Layton NJ 07851
Phone 973-948-5200
Fax 973-948-0011
www.petersvalley.org
Classes in basic and advanced metalworking techniques, enameling and photo etching.

Sharon Arts Center
School of Arts and Crafts, 457 Rt. 123, Sharon NH 03458
Phone 603-924-7256
Fax 603-924-6075
Classes in jewelry fabrication and design.

The Shepherdess
2802 Juan St., San Diego CA 92110
Phone 619-297-4110
Fax 619-297-9897
www.shepherdessbeads.com
Email: info@shepherdessbeads.com
Seminars and workshops including design, beading, wire-wrapping, glass, jewelry making and silversmithing.

Southwest School of Art and Craft
300 Augusta, San Antonio TX 78205
Phone 210-224-1848
Fax 210-224-9337
www.swschool.org

Taos Institute of the Arts
108 Civic Plaza DR., Taos NM 87571
Phone 800-822-7183
www.tiataos.com
Short classes in jewelry making , design, and computer-aided design.

Touchstone Center for Crafts
1049 Wharton Furnace Rd., Farmington PA 15437
Phone 724-329-1370, 800-721-0177
Fax 724-329-1371
www.touchstonecrafts.com
Short classes in metalsmithing, setting, casting and inlay work.

Vermont State Craft Center at Frog Hollow

1 Mill St., Middlebury VT 05753
Phone 802-388-3177
Fax 802-388-5020
www.froghollow.org
Email: info@froghollow.org
Short classes in beadwork and basic jewelry making.

Worcester Center for Crafts

25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester MA 01605
Phone 508-753-8183
Fax 508-797-5626
www.worcestercraftcenter.org
Email: wcc@worcestercraftcenter.org
Professional-level courses and workshops in all aspects of jewelry crafting, as well as classes in lapidary arts, enameling, and lampwork bead making.

Other Schools and Community Colleges
Many of these institutions offer degrees and/or certificates in jewelry design, manufacturing and metalsmithing, and may offer continuing education classes to students who are not enrolled in degree programs. Contact the individual school for program and enrollment information. Listings are organized geographically.

Alabama

Bishop State Community College (Jewelry and Watch Repair Dept.)

SW Campus, 925 Dauphin Island Parkway, Mobile AL 36605
Phone 334-479-7476
Fax 334-473-2049
www.bishop.edu
slange@bishop.edu

Alaska

University of Alaska, Fairbanks (Dept. of Art)
Fine Arts Complex Office #310, PO Box 755640, Fairbanks AK 99775
Phone 907-474-7530
Fax 907-474-5853
Website www.uaf.edu/art

Arizona

Cochise College Art Department
4190 W. Hwy 80, Douglas AZ 85607
Phone 520-364-7943, ext. 225
Fax 520-417-4006
www.cochise.edu

Grand Canyon University Art Department
3300 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix AZ 85017
Phone 602-249-3300, ext. 2840
Fax 602-589-2566

Mohave Community College
Multiple campuses
www.mohave.edu

Eastern Arizona College Art Department
3714 W. Church St., Thatcher AZ 85552
Phone 520-428-8469
Fax 520-428-8462
www.eac.edu

Pima Community College Art Department
2202 W. Anklam Rd., Tucson AZ 85709
Phone 520-884-6973
Fax 520-884-6020
www.pima.edu/cfa

Scottsdale Community College
9000 E. Chaparral Rd., Scottsdale AZ 85250
Phone 602-423-6000
www.scottsdalecc.edu

Yavapai College Art Department
1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott AZ 86301
Phone 520-776-2035
Fax 520-776-2036
www.yc.edu

Arkansas

University of Arkansas, Fulbright College Dept. of Art
116 Fine Arts Bldg., Fayetteville AR 72701
Phone 501-575-5202
www.uark.edu/~arsc

California

Academy of Art College
Fine Arts Dept. Sculpture Center, 410 Bush St., San Francisco CA 94108
Phone 415-274-8683
Fax 415-263-8853
www.academyart.edu

American River College Art Department
4700 College Oak Cr., Sacramento CA 95841
Phone 916-484-8433
arc.losrios.edu/~arcthtre


California College of Arts and Crafts
450 Irwin St., San Francisco CA 94070
Phone 800-447-1278
Fax 415-703-9539
www.cca.edu

City College of San Francisco Art Department
50 Phelan Ave., San Francisco CA 94112
Phone 415-239-3251
www.ccsf.edu

Cabrillo College
6500 Soquel Dr., Aptos CA 95003
Phone 408-479-6464
Fax 408-479-5045
www.cabrillo.edu

Cerritos College
11110 Alondra Bl., Norwalk CA 90650
Phone 562-860-2451 ext. 2600
Fax 562-467-5005
www.cerritos.edu

Citrus College Art Department
1000 W. Foothill Bl., Glendora CA 91741
Phone 818-963-0323
www.citrusarts.org

College of Marin Department of Art
835 College Ave., Kentfield CA 94904
Phone 415-485-9480
www.marin.edu

College of the Redwoods Arts Department
7351 Tompkins Hill Rd., Eureka CA 95501
Phone 707-445-6838
Fax 707-445-6990
www.redwoods.edu/Departments/art/

Cypress College Fine Arts Division
9200 Valley View St., Cypress CA 90630
Phone 714-826-2220 ext. 138
finearts.cypresscollege.edu

El Camino College
16007 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance CA 90506
Phone 310-660-3715
Fax 310-660-3715
www.elcamino.edu

Evergreen Valley College
3095 Yerba Buena Rd., San Jose CA 95135
Phone 408-274-7900
Fax 408-223-9291
www.evc.edu

Fullerton College
321 E. Chapman Ave., Fullerton CA 92832
Phone 714-992-7317
Fax 714-992-7320
www.fullcoll.edu

Grossmont College
8800 Grossmont College DR., El Cajon CA 92020
Phone 619-465-1700
www.grossmont.edu

Hartnell College Visual Arts Dept.
156 Homestead Ave., Salinas CA 93901
Phone 831-755-6905
Fax 831-759-6052
www.hartnell.edu

Long Beach City College
LAC Campus Art Dept., 4901 E. Carson St., Long Beach CA 90808
Phone 562-938-4318, 562-938-4319
www.lbcc.edu

Mendocino Art Center
45200 Little Lake St., PO Box 765, Mendocino CA 95460
Phone 707-937-5818, 800-653-3328
Fax 707-937-1764
www.mendocinoartcenter.org

Mission College
3000 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara CA 95054
Phone 408-988-2200
Fax 408-496-0462
www.missioncollege.org

Monterey Peninsula College Div. of Creative Arts
980 Fremont St., Monterey CA 93940
Phone 831-646-4000, 831-646-4200
Fax 831-645-1353
www.mpc.edu

Pasadena City College Art Department
1570 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena CA 91106
Phone 626-585-7238
Fax 626-585-7914
www.pasadena.edu/divisions/visual-arts/

Porterville College Fine Arts Department
100 E. College Ave., Porterville CA 93257
Phone 559-791-2200
Fax 559-784-4779
www.portervillecollege.edu

San Diego Community College District
www.sdccd.edu

Santa Ana College
1530 W. 17th St., Santa Ana CA 92706
Phone 714-564-5600
Fax 714-564-5629
www.sac.edu

Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa CA 95401
Phone 707-527-4259
www.santarosa.edu

Solano Community College
4000 Suisun Valley Rd., Suisun CA 94585
Phone 707-864-7114
Fax 707-864-0361
www.solano.edu

Colorado

Aims Community College
PO Box 69, Greeley CO 80632
Phone 970-330-8008 ext. 259
Fax 970-330-5705
www.aims.edu

Mesa State College
Continuing Education, Art Dept., PO Box 2647, Grand Junction CO 81502
Phone 970-248-1020
Fax 970-248-1159
www.mesastate.edu

Metropolitan State College
PO Box 173362, Denver CO 80217
Phone 303-556-3090
Fax 303-556-3090
www.mscd.edu

Pueblo Community College
900 W. Orman Pueblo, Pueblo CO 81004
Phone 719-549-3385
www.pueblocc.edu

Connecticut

Southern Connecticut State University
501 Crescent St., New Haven, CT 06484
Phone 203-392-5200
Fax 203-392-6655
www.southernct.edu

Delaware

Delaware State University Art & Education Department
1200 N. Dupont Hwy., Dover DE 19901
Phone 302-739-4930
www.desu.edu

Florida

University of South Florida, Div. of Lifelong Learning
4202 E. Fowler Ave. MHH-116, Tampa FL. 33620
Phone 813-974-5327
Fax 813-974-5732
www.outreach.usf.edu

Georgia

Columbus College
4225 University Ave., Columbus GA 31907
Phone 706-568-2047
Fax 706-569-3123

Savannah College of Art and Design
Metals and Jewelry Dept., PO Box 3146, Savannah GA 31402
Phone 912-525-6605
Fax 912-525-6609
www.scad.edu

Idaho

Idaho State University
Art Dept., PO Box 8291, Pocatello ID 83209
Phone 208-282-2484
www.isu.edu

Illinois

College of Dupage Division of Humanities
IC Bldg 3125, Lambert Rd. at 22nd St., Glen Ellyn IL 60137
Phone 708-858-2800 ext. 2047 or 2048
www.cod.edu

Elgin Community College
1700 Spartan Dr., Elgin IL 60123
Phone 847-697-1000
Fax 847-888-7375
www.elgin.cc.il.us

Joliet Junior College
1215 Houbolt Rd., Joliet IL 60431
Phone 815-729-9020
Fax 815-280-6789
www.jjc.edu/

Parkland College School of Fine and Applied Arts
2400 W. Bradley, Champaign IL 61821
Phone 217-351-2200
Fax 217-373-3899
www.parkland.edu

Indiana

Anderson College
Fifth and College, Anderson IN 46012
Phone 317-641-4320
www.ac.edu

Goshen College
1700 S. Main St., Goshen IN 46526
Phone 219-533-3161 ext. 354
www.goshen.edu

Iowa

Iowa State University Department of Art and Design/Jewelry and Metals
158 College of Design Bldg., Ames IA 50011
Phone 319-335-1793
www.iastate.edu

Morningside College
1501 Morningside Ave., Sioux City IA 51106
Phone 712-274-5212
www.morningside.edu

Wartburg College
222 9th St. NW, Waverly IA 50677
Phone 319-352-8298
Fax 319-352-8501
www.wartburg.edu

Kansas

Bethany College
421 N. First St., Lindsborg KS 67456
Phone 785-227-3311, ext. 8145
Fax 785-227-2004, att: Art Dept.
www.bethanylb.edu

Hutchinson Community College
1300 North Plum, Hutchinson KS 67501
Phone 800-289-3501, 620-665-3500
Fax 620-665-3310
www.hutchcc.edu

Johnson County Community College
Visual Arts Program, 12345 College Blvd., Overland Park KS 66210
Phone 913-469-3856
www.jccc.net

University of Kansas Jewelry Design & Metalsmithing Program
300 Art & Design Bldg., Lawrence KS 66045
Phone 785-864-2957
Fax 785-864-4404
www.ku.edu

The Wichita Center for the Arts
9112 E. Central, Wichita KS 67206
Phone 316-634-2787
Fax 316-634-0593
www.wcfta.com

Kentucky

Murray State University
College of Fine Arts & Communications, Murray KY 42071
Phone 502-762-3784
www.murraystate.edu

Louisiana

Louisiana Technical College
Jewelry Program, PO Box 657, Natchitoches, LA 71458
Phone 318-357-3162
Fax 318-352-2248

Maine

Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
1516 S. Cranbrook Rd., Birmingham ME 48009
Phone 248-644-0866
Fax 248-644-7904
www.bbartcenter.org

Maine College of Art
97 Spring St., Portland ME 04101
Phone 207-775-3052
Fax 207-772-5069
www.meca.edu

Maryland

Maryland Institute College of Art
Jewelry Center, 1300 Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore MD 21217
Phone 410-235-5871
Fax 410-225-2229
www.mica.edu

Montgomery College
51 Manakee St., Rockville MD 20850
Phone 301-279-5115
www.montgomerycollege.edu

Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Art (Jewelry and Metals Dept.)
621 Huntington Ave., Boston MA 02115
Phone 617-232-1555, ext. 475
Fax 617-566-4034
www.massart.edu

School of the Museum of Fine Arts
230 The Fenway, Boston MA 02115
Phone 617-267-6100
Fax 617-424-6271
www.smfa.edu

Michigan

Center for Creative Studies
201 E. Kirby, Detroit MI 48202
Phone 313-872-3118, ext. 7446, 800-952-ARTS
Fax 313-872-8377
www.collegeforcreativestudies.edu

Cranbrook Academy of Art
1221 Woodward, PO Box 801, Bloomfield Hills MI 48303
Phone 810-645-3300
Fax 810-646-0046
www.cranbrookart.edu

Montana

Montana State University

School of Art, Haynes Hall, Bozeman MT 59717
Phone 406-994-4501
www.montana.edu

Minnesota

Minneapolis Community and Technical College
1415 Hennepin Ave. South, Minneapolis MN 55403
Phone 612-370-9400
Fax 612-370-9428
www.minneapolis.edu

Mississippi

Jones Junior College
College Dr., Ellisville MS 39437
Phone 601-477-4000, 601-477-4140
www.jones.edu

Missouri

Missouri Southern State College
Art Dept., 3950 Newman Rd., Joplin MO 64801
Phone 417-625-9563
Fax 417-625-3046
www.mssu.edu

William Jewell College
500 College Hill, Liberty MO 64468
Phone 816-781-7700, ext. 5414
Fax 816-415-5027, att: Art Department
www.jewell.edu

Nebraska

Wayne State College
111 Main St., Wayne NE 68787
Phone 402-375-7359
www.wsc.edu

Nevada

Sierra Nevada College
800 College Dr., Incline Village NV 89450
Phone 775-831-1314
Fax 775-831-1347, att: Art Dept.
www.sierranevada.edu

New Hampshire

Manchester Institute of Art
Metals Area, 148 Concord Ave., Manchester NH 03104
Phone 603-623-0313

New Jersey

Georgian Court College
Dept. of Art, Lakewood Ave., Lakewood NJ 08701
Phone 732-364-2200
www.georgian.edu

Jersey City University
2039 Kennedy Blvd., Jersey City NJ 07304
Phone 201-200-2000 ext 3214
www.njcu.edu

The Art School at Old Church
561 Piermont Rd., Demarest NJ 07627
Phone 201-767-7160
Fax 201-767-0497
http://tasoc.org

New Mexico

Institute of American Indian Arts
Jewelry Department, PO Box 20007, Santa Fe NM 87504
Phone 505-424-4273
Fax 505-424-3030
www.iaiancad.org

San Juan College
4601 College Blvd., Farmington NM 87402
Phone 505-326-3311
www.sanjuancollege.edu

New York

Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute School of Art
310 Genessee St., Utica NY 13502
Phone 315-797-8260, 315-797-0055, ext. 2183
Fax 315-797-5608
www.mwpai.org

Monroe Community College
1000 E. Henrietta Rd., Rochester NY 14623
Phone 716-292-2000
www.monroecc.edu

New York City Technical College
300 Jay St., Brooklyn NY 11201
Phone 718-260-5500
www.citytech.cuny.edu

Parsons School of Design
Product Design Dept., 66 5th Ave, New York NY 10011
Phone 212-229-5601
Fax 212-229-5885
www.parsons.edu

Rochester Institute of Technology, School for American Crafts
Jewelry Department, 1 Lomb Memorial Dr., Rochester NY 14623
Phone 716-475-2646
Fax 716-475-6447
www.rit.edu

Westchester Community College, Westchester Art Workshop
Westchester County Center, 196 Central Ave., White Plains, NY 10606
Phone 914-684-0094
Fax 914-684-0608
www.sunywcc.edu

SUNY College at Geneseo
College of Arts and Science, 1 College Cr., Geneseo NY 14454
Phone 716-245-5814
Fax 716-245-5815
http://mosaic.cc.geneseo.edu

North Carolina

Haywood Community College
Dept. of Continuing Education, 185 Freedlander Dr., Clyde NC 28721
Phone 828-627-4667
Fax 828-627-3606
www.haywood.edu

Sawtooth Center for Visual Art
226 N. Marshall St., Winston-Salem NC 27101
Phone 336-723-7395
Fax 336-773-0132
www.sawtooth.org

North Dakota

University of North Dakota
Visual Arts Department, PO Box 7099, Grand Forks ND 58202
Phone 701-777-2257
Fax 701-777-3395
www.und.nodak.edu

Ohio

College of Mount St. Joseph
Art Department, Delhi and Neeb Rds., Cincinnati OH 45233
Phone 513-244-4420
www.msj.edu

Cleveland Institute of Art
Jewelry and Metals Dept., 11141 East Blvd., Cleveland OH 44106
Phone 216-421-7000
www.cia.edu

Heidelberg College
Art Department, Tiffin OH 44883
Phone 419-448-2202
www.heidelberg.edu

Oklahoma

Oklahoma State University, Jewelry Technology Dept.
1801 E. 4th St., Okmulgee OK 74447
Phone 918-293-5342
Fax 918-293-4633
http://go.osuit.edu/academics/watchmaking/
Email: Watch@okstate.edu
The School of Watchmaking at OSUIT is a holistic two year program that dates back to 1946 and utilizes the Swiss American Watchmaker Training Alliance (SAWTA) curriculum as well as an Associates of Applied Science degree.

Tulsa Community College
909 S. Boston, Tulsa OK 74119
Phone 918-595-7326
Fax 918-595-7145
www.tulsacc.edu

Oregon

Blue Mountain Community College
2411 NW Carden Ave., Pendleton OR 97801
Phone 541-276-1260
Fax 541-276-6119
www.bluecc.edu

Central Oregon Community College
2600 NW College Way, Bend OR 97701
Phone 541-383-7511
Fax 541-317-3060
www.cocc.edu

Clackamas Community College
19600 S. Molalla, Oregon City OR 97045
Phone 503-657-6958, ext. 2386
Fax 503-722-5860
www.clackamas.cc.or.us

Lane Community College
4000 E. 30th Ave., Eugene OR 97405
Phone 503-747-4501
www.lanecc.edu

Linn Benton Community College (Extended Learning)
Fine & Applied Arts Dept., 6500 SW Pacific Blvd., Albany OR 97321
Phone 541-917-4999
www.linnbenton.edu

Mt. Hood Community College
26000 SE Stark St., Gresham OR 97030
Phone 503-491-7309
Fax 503-491-6949
www.mhcc.edu

Oregon College of Arts and Craft
8245 S.W. Barnes Rd., Portland OR 97225
Phone 503-297-5544
Fax 503-297-9651
www.ocac.edu

Portland Community College Art Department
Div. of Jewelry and Metals, 12000 SW 49th St., Portland OR 97219
Phone 503-244-6111
Fax 503-977-4874
www.pcc.edu/programs/art/

Pennsylvania

Art Institute of Pittsburgh
526 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh PA 15222
Phone 412-263-6600
Fax 412-263-3715
www.artinstitutes.edu/pittsburgh/

Bucks County Community College
Art Dept., Swamp Rd., Newtown PA 18940
Phone 215-968-8421
Fax 215-504-8530
www.bucks.edu

Cedar Crest College
100 College Dr., Allentown PA 18104
Phone 610-437-4471
Fax 610-606-4651
www.cedarcrest.edu

Cheltenham Center for the Arts
439 Ashbourne Rd., Cheltenham PA 19012
Phone 215-379-4660
Fax 215-663-1946

Harrisburg Area Community College
3300 Cameron Street Rd., Harrisburg PA 17110
Phone 717-780-2420
Fax 717-780-3281
www.hacc.edu

Mercyhurst College Art Department
Glenwood Hills, Erie PA 16546
Phone 814-824-2000
Fax 814-824-2188, att: Art Department
www.mercyhurst.edu

Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street and The Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone 215-568-4515
Fax 215-568-8017
www.moore.edu

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
1047 Shady Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15232
Phone 412-361-0455
Fax 412-362-4589
www.pittsburgharts.org

University of the Arts
320 Broad St., Philadelphia PA 19102
Phone 215-875-4800
www.uarts.edu

Wayne Art Center
413 Maplewood Ave., Wayne PA 19087
Phone 610-688-3553
Fax 610-995-0478
www.wayneart.org


Rhode Island

Rhode Island College
600 Mount Pleasant, Providence RI 02908
Phone 401-456-8054
Fax 401-456-8379
www.ric.edu

Rhode Island School of Design
2 College St., Providence RI 02903
Phone 401-454-6100
Fax 401-454-6320
www.risd.edu

South Carolina

University of South Carolina, McMester College Art Department
Columbia SC 29208
Phone 803-777-4236
Fax 803-777-0535
www.cas.sc.edu/art/

Tennessee

East Tennessee State University
Dept. of Art & Design, PO Box 70708, Johnson City TN 37614
Phone 423-439-4247
Fax 423-439-4393
www.etsu.edu

Memphis College of Art
Overton Park, 1930 Poplar, Memphis TN 38104
Phone 901-272-5100
Fax 901-272-5104
www.mca.edu

Texas

Amarillo College
Art Department, PO Box 447, 2200 S. Washington, Amarillo TX 79178
Phone 806-371-5000
Fax 806-371-5370
www.actx.edu

Eastfield College
3737 Motley Dr., Mesquite TX 75150
Phone 972-860-7132
www.efc.dcccd.edu

Midland College
Allison Fine Arts Dept., 3600 N. Garfield, Midland TX 79705
Phone 915-685-4500
Fax 915-685-4769
www.midland.edu

Texas Technical University
PO Box 42081, Lubbock TX 79409
Phone 806-742-3825
Fax 806-742-1971
www.ttu.edu

Utah

Snow College
150 E. College, Ephraim UT 84627
Phone 435-283-7000
Fax 435-283-6879
www.snow.edu

Vermont

University of Vermont
304 Williams Hall, Burlington VT 05405
Phone 802-656-2014
Fax 802-656-8429, att: Art Department
www.uvm.edu

Virginia

Longwood College
201 High St., Farmville VA 23909
Phone 804-395-2284
Fax 804-395-2775
www.longwood.edu

Virginia Commonwealth University
Crafts Department, 1000 W. Broad St., Rm. 239, PO Box 242522, Richmond VA 24284
Phone 804-828-1477
Fax 804-828-2510
www.vcu.edu

Virginia State University
Department of Art and Design, PO Box 9026, Petersburg VA 23803
Phone 804-526-5944
Fax 804-524-5472
www.vsu.edu

Washington

Clark College
1800 E. McLoughlin Blvd., Vancouver WA 98663
Phone 360-694-6521
www.clarke.edu

North Seattle Community College
9600 College Way N., Seattle WA 98103
Phone 206-526-0062
Fax 206-527-3784

Tacoma Community College
6501 S. 19th St., Tacoma WA 98466
Phone 253-566-5000
Fax 253-566-6012
www.tacomacc.edu

Wenatchee Valley College
1300 Fifth St., Wenatchee WA 98801
Phone 509-662-1651
www.wvc.edu

Yakima Valley Community College
PO Box 1647, South 16th Ave. and Nob Hill Blvd., Yakima WA 98907
Phone 509-575-2418
www.yvcc.edu

West Virginia

Glenville State College
200 High St., Glenville WV 26351
Phone 304-462-7361, ext. 215
www.glenville.edu

Wisconsin

Madison Area Technical College
3550 Anderson St., Madison WI 53704
Phone 608-246-6058
Fax 608-246-6880, att: Art Dept.
matcmadison.edu

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

2740 W. Mason, PO Box 19042, Green BAY WI 54307
Phone 920-498-5400
Fax 920-498-6315

Wyoming

Casper College, Visual Arts Dept.
125 College Dr., Casper WY 82601
Phone 307-268-2110
Fax 307-268-3023
www.caspercollege.edu

Laramie County Community College, Div. of Humanities
1400 E. College Dr., Cheyenne WY 82007
Phone 307-778-1158
www.lccc.cc.wy.us


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