New York jewelry design school expands its curriculum
on Wednesday,September 30,2009 16:09
Students seeking a more focused education in jewelry design might have found a new destination in the Brooklyn-based Kristin Hanson Fine Jewelry School, which announced the new curriculum now boasts six courses for design hopefuls.
Hanson, named one of America''s top couture designers by the 2007 Couture awards, studied under famed goldsmiths Harold O''Conner and Giampaolo Babetto whose expertise have helped guide her career path to acclaim.
"I help students find a style that''s unique to them," says Hanson in a press release. "I teach them how to look at real life and find inspiration for their jewelry."
The school offers coursework for students of all skill levels utilizing a one-on-one teaching approach which places emphasis on both creative output- as in the 240-hour Discover Your Collection course - and business management skills the two-year Build Your Brand program.
The schools website provides a virtual tour of the 5,000 square-foot campus, as well as an online registration form where one can request additional information from a school representative.
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