Adult Class -- "Creative Wire: Minerals and Jewelry"

Friday, March 6, 9:00 AM to Friday, March 6, 12:00 PM

Learn a few fun things about New Mexico’s minerals from a geologist’s perspective and then create your own wire jewelry for yourself or as gifts for the holidays. This class is geared for adults and older children, ages 12 and above. No prior experience required. If you have taken this class previously, learn more and take home more finished jewelry in this expanded class.

The class fee includes all materials.  (NEW…3 hour class!)

Camille Argeanas, a native New Mexican, is a nationally known wire wrapping artist and teacher who has transformed the use of wire to create jewelry. She has taught regularly at the UNM’s Division of Continuing Education for over twenty years.

Jayne Aubele is a Senior Educator/Geologist at the Museum. Over the years, she has taught adult classes in all aspects of geology.

Purchase in advance, Space is limited. Adults only. Limited to 20 participants, to guarantee admission for our class you must registar in advance online at Brown Paper Tickets

The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science reserves the right to cancel any event that does not reach a minimum of 6 participants.


Questions: August Wainwright
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call: 505-841-2861




$45 (10% member discount)