Jewelry Making Classes in Lawrence

Piece Together Your Vision

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Creativity, Sustainability, And Novelty

Are you interested in creating something fully tangible with your artistic expression? For those who love working with their hands, our fiber, craft, stained glass, and jewelry-making classes in Lawrence are a great chance to explore!

From beginning metalsmithing to embroidery or making jewelry with a hydraulic press—Lawrence Arts Center has you covered!

To ensure everyone has access to our courses, we provide financial aid to those who need it.

Our Facilities & Curriculum

The Path to Your Artistry

The jewelry, fibers, and craft classes we offer cover everything from the fundamentals to advanced techniques. The choice is yours! For our adult visual arts classes, the descriptions list what to expect from the courses.

Our Fiber, Craft, & Jewelry-Making Class Studios

We’re committed to providing the Lawrence area with a facility that welcomes them into the world of art. This includes our dedicated spaces for fiber, craft, and jewelry-making classes in Lawrence, each featuring the tools and technology they need to safely embrace their inner artist. This also includes our adaptable programs that can be explored in any of our studio spaces.

Our multi-use metals studio, for example, features three enameling kilns, a vacuum form, 10 sewing machines, stained glass equipment, and an assortment of grinders and metal forming equipment.

Current Classes

Glass, Jewelry & Metals

Stone Setting Workshop[24SU]
07/29/24 - 08/2/24, 5:00PM - 7:00PM | MO, TU, WE, TH, FR
Ages 14 to 120 | Emily Markoulatos | Lawrence Arts Center
Enrolling Now | CAJ58
Members $117 | Non-Members $130
This workshop will guide students through the stone-setting process from design to finish. Bezel set the stone of your choice by either bringing your own Cabochon stone or choosing one from a selection provided.

Fibers, Textiles & Sewing

Foraged Cordage[24SU]
07/1/24 - 07/1/24, 6:00PM - 9:00PM | MO
Ages 14 to 120 | Liz Bonny | Lawrence Arts Center
Class is Full - contact about waitlist | CAF51
Members $54 | Non-Members $60
Making cordage is a fundamental survival skill and artistic practice. Learn how to cordage from a variety of plants found in your neighborhood.
Felt a Wool Bowl[24SU]
07/15/24 - 07/15/24, 5:30PM - 7:30PM | MO
Ages 14 to 120 | Jerry Dowdle | Lawrence Arts Center
Enrolling Now | CAF11
Members $45 | Non-Members $50
Wet felt a wool bowl using a resist, a simple tool that helps rcreate three-dimensional felted objects. All supplies included.

Mixed Media & Craft

Hand Carved Spoons[24SU]
08/5/24 - 08/9/24, 5:30PM - 8:00PM | MO, TU, WE, TH, FR
Ages 14 to 120 | Thomas Huang | Lawrence Arts Center
Enrolling Now | CAX59
Members $135 | Non-Members $150
Enjoy the serenity of quiet, homebound or fireside handwork. Students will learn the basics of crafting wooden spoons and cookware with small basic hand tools. Delight your friends and family with handmade gifts. No previous woodworking skills required.

Class Gallery

Submit Your Artwork

Beach Pendant

An inspired pendant by student artist Lis Ballou made during Coloring on Metals with teaching artist Allison Ice.

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Hydraulic Press Cuff

A cuff made by teaching artist Rachael Sudlow during her Hydraulic Press class.



A student's collection after an eight-week class with teaching artist, Rachael Sudlow.


Flower Dangles

Earrings made by student artist Lis Ballou during Experimental Metalsmithing with teaching artist Allison Ice.

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Make Art Part of Your Daily Life

Interested in enrolling in a stained glass, fiber or jewelry-making class? We have financial aid available to those who need it to ensure classes are accessible to everyone.

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Art is for Everyone

Making Art Accessible to All

Lawrence Arts Center is here to ensure anyone—of any age and any background—can connect with a supportive community and flex their creative muscles. With contemporary exhibitions, performances, and an array of art education classes for adults and kids, everyone will find something that’s right for them.

Our primary state-of-the-art facility at 940 New Hampshire St. features classrooms, studios, theatres, and more. We also have a satellite space for classes at 10th & Mass Studios!


Why Should You Consider Fiber, Craft, and Jewelry-Making Classes