Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts: California Jewelers Scholarship

San Francisco's Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts is offering a new scholarship for a jeweler working in the State of California. This is a great opportunity for a bench jeweler who would like to learn new skills and refine old ones. The California Jewelers Scholarship is open to anyone employed as a jeweler in the state. The winner receives free tuition for any regularly scheduled class. Jurors are looking for work that is professional and creative.
The application calls for 10 images (please identify your role in creating each piece, ie. design, fabrication, setting) and a short essay question of 50 words or less, "Why would you like to attend the Revere Academy?".
"I am pleased that we can offer this scholarship," said Alan Revere, the school's founder. "It is important for craftspeople and artists to constantly develop their skills and add new techniques to their repertoire. Here is a chance to do that on us!"
The Revere Academy is a professional jewelry trade school, authorized by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. Founded in 1979, the school has trained thousands to be bench jewelers, artists, designers, technicians and craftspeople. Classes are taught in state-of-the-art studios. Students at all levels come from all over the country and overseas to train with master craftsmen and craftswomen who love to share what they know. 3-day classes are offered at all levels in jewelry fabrication, repair, design, casting, wax, setting, gemology and much more.

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