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Inspire

We educate and inspire new and established artists, as well as promote metalsmithing and art jewelry to the general public through exhibitions, community and educational outreach.

Educate

The Baltimore Jewelry Center is an educational nonprofit building a vibrant creative community for the study and practice of metalsmithing and art jewelry.

Connect

We envision Baltimore reconnected to its rich history of metalsmithing and jewelry. New generations of art jewelers will preserve and evolve the field through practice and education.

Fall Classes are underway! There’s still time to register for many of our 4 and 8 week courses!
2019 Fall COURSES
Art History and Jewelry: Fashion /  Waxworking + Casting / Perfecting
Kinetics / Chasing + Repousse / Torch Fired Enamels
Alternative Stone Setting / Enameling / Clasps and Closures / Bezel Setting/ Modern Chainmaking

We also have our Metals + Jewelry Mini! This 2-day course is perfect for someone looking for a quick introduction to jewelry and metalsmithing.

Sign up today!

Happenings – Events – Exhibitions

Our 2019 Symposium, Common Threads, culminates with a charge to artists who will participate in our community challenge. This year, we are asking artists to create jewelry inspired by iconic fashion items. Learn more about this call here

 

Baltimore Jewelry Center presents Into || Not Through. In her latest series, Emily Culver presents a collection of new works in the form of jewelry, objects, and image configured to mimic intimate places.

Exhibition dates: October 18 – December 1, 2019

with an opening reception October 18, 6-9pm

Artist Talk Friday, November 8, 6-8pm

 

We will be hosting our annual Holiday Sale in the studio Friday, November 29 – Sunday, December 1.

Apply for a space here!

The Baltimore Jewelry Center is an independent educational nonprofit organization growing a vibrant creative community for the study and practice of metalworking for new and established artists in Baltimore. Your tax deductible donation will directly support a student who wants to rent studio time, take a class, or sign up for a workshop.