- When : Saturday 20 February 2021 from 10:00 to 10:45
- Where : Virtually via the Zoom platform
- Cost : $40
The lost-wax casting technique is one of the oldest jewellery-making techniques in the world. The oldest piece found dates back 6,000 years. This technique is also widely used in high-end jewellery making and in production and reproduction, as well as by artists (bronze sculptures). Led by Magali Thibault Gobeil, participants will be able to make a flower pendant cut from a sheet of wax and use glue to assemble it.
You will need to purchase the materials required for the project and to pay additional fees if your project is cast in silver or bronze.
A list of the materials you will need and the login link will be sent you to a few days before the activity.