Learn the fabrication and casting of forms on a small scale such as jewelry…

ART 357
About the Instructor

Juvana Soliven is a visual artist with expertise in metalsmithing, enameling, metal casting, and multiple fiber processes. Soliven’s work explores material behavior and object language in relation to the body, human rights, labor, and intimacy. Soliven has exhibited work nationally and internationally, including the Netherlands, Germany, Iceland, and Japan.

For inquires: email juvana@hawaii.edu

Summer 2

This course offers access to art facilities that allow students to work in glass on metal enameling, jewelry casting, wax working, soldering, stone setting, and metalsmithing. While this course encourages deeper conceptual discourse in relation to the sculptural object, it also offers an expansive overview of multiple jewelry making techniques that may be applied professionally. The development of related practices, concepts, and historical references. Repeatable one time. Prerequisite: 116 or consent.

Fulfills upper-level Art elective.

Updated 2/28/2024