• Jewelry and objects students work with advanced, rapid prototyping 3-D printers and other professional-level technology.

  • Professors work with students through every part of the assembly of jewelry and objects.

  • From sketching to prototyping, metals and jewelry students focus on conceptual thinking, innovation and craftsmanship.

  • Fahm Hall studios create an environment where graduate metals and jewelry students can focus on and sharpen their ideas.

  • Metals and jewelry students learn the necessary skills to explore precision casting at the Fahm Hall facility.

  • Individual work benches give jewelry and object students the space they need to complete their work.