Radical Enameling Workshops

These workshops, which premiered in 2014, have as their primary focus the use of unusual materials and techniques as well as an underlying purpose of expanding the critical conversation about contemporary enameling.

(l) Charity Hall (2016), (r) student in Kat Cole workshop(2015)

The series provides teaching opportunities for both recent graduates to put into practice their ideas for workshop development, and for established enamel artists who have developed a unique way of working with the medium.
Thank you to:






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for partnering with the Center to make our workshops a success.


2017 Workshop Series

Ana Lopez:Quick and Dirty Garbage Can Kilns and Sewn Foil Vessels  – July 5-7 at The Crucible
Kristina Glick: The Alchemy of Copper Oxides – July 5-7 at The Crucible
Melissa Cameron: Enameling Recycled Steel – September 6-8 at The Crucible
Barbara McFadyen: Enameled and Embellished China Painting and Book CoversNovember 2-5 at Silvera Jewelry School
Marissa Saneholtz: Strange Bedfellows- Combining Champlevé and Decals
November 18-20 at the Richmond Art Center

Registration is now available. Click on the individual workshop links and then on the ‘register now’ links to register.