Go Green in Your Jewelry Studio: Learn How in a LIVE Web Seminar with Anne Mitchell
Whenever we write about patinas and pickle, etching and electroforming, and such, the topic of being environmentally friendly inevitably arises. As a true nature lover and "treehugger" from way back, I'm often torn about the processes and chemicals involved in the regular workings of a jewelry studio. There are alternatives to most chemicals we use, and it's not difficult to be "green" and both personally and environmentally safe when using jewelry-making chemicals, but I've never known of one easy way to learn all about it–until now! And her name is Anne Mitchell.
Anne is an accomplished metalsmith and jewelry maker who has been making and teaching artisan jewelry making for many years. In her upcoming live web seminar, Your Green Workshop: Nontoxic Approaches to Jewelry Making, Anne will share eco-friendly products to use in your jewelry studio and information for creating an efficient, safe jewelry workspace. You'll learn natural alternatives for common jewelry chemicals like flux, pickle, and more, and get her wise advice for safer and more efficient jewelry tool choices. Plus, you can ask Anne questions about your specific concerns.
So if you've been wondering how to clean up your (jewelry studio's) act and go green, join us for
Anne's LIVE web seminar
on Wednesday, April 2, at 1pm ET
As always, don't worry if you can't make it for the live event. With your registration, you'll receive an email after the event with access to a complete recording, so you can watch whenever is convenient for you. (Psst, you'll also receive a coupon for 30% off a product in the Interweave store. Sweet!)