Faculty: Jeffrey Clancy and Lisa Gralnick
Art 244 Art Metal I,
Art 544 Advanced Art Metal I
Art 644 Advanced Art Metal II
Art 448 and 548, Special Topics in Art Metals and Advanced Art Metals (Enameling, holloware, pewtersmithing, etc.)
The Metals program at UW-Madison, one of the oldest and most respected Metals programs in the country, challenges students to learn about the making of art through specific materials, techniques, history, and the cultural meaning of metal smithing and jewelry design.
With approximately 4,500 square feet of instructional and studio space our facilities include acetylene and propane torches, annealing booths, band and jig saws, centrifugal and vacuum casting equipment, digital projectors, enameling and electroforming equipment, flex shafts at every work station, a gas forge, a large selection of anvils, hammers and stakes for raising, forming and forging, lathes, milling machines and drill presses, mold making equipment, a dedicated polishing room, rolling mills, a sand blaster, sheet metal working equipment, shears, spray booths, spray etchers, and a full compliment of hand tools. We also have a library/resource center with a computer for student use.