The CACS Winter Symposium, will held on Saturday, January 21 at the Boettcher Mansion in Golden, Colorado and will feature Fred Zweig, a self-taught metalsmith from Tucson, Arizona. Born in 1949, Fred has been working in metal for more than 30 years. He discovered the Arts and Crafts movement while still in high school, and has been passionate about it ever since. For more information on his work, visit http://fredz49.blogspot.com.
Fred will be teaching a workshop from noon to 4 PM before the Symposium. Participants will be finishing a copper wall switch plate, using simple tools and repousse techniques. While a blank switch plate and chasing tools will be provided, students are asked to bring a 12′-long board of 2×8 pine and a ball pein hammer. The cost of the class is $55. Space is limited to 12, so please call Cynthia at 720-497-7632 to reserve your spot.
Colorado Arts & Crafts Society
900 Colorow Road
Golden, CO 80401