TAKE A CLASS WITH US
The Metal Museum offers a roster of innovative and affordable classes in blacksmithing, welding, casting and non-ferrous metals. Whether it's a "taster," a three-hour, one-day or weekend workshop, you are sure to learn a lot, have fun and make beautiful metal items that you can be proud of.
NOVEMBER 23 – 24
Cast Pewter Ornaments, Drop-in
JANUARY 25 – 26
MARCH 7 – 8
DECEMBER 14 – 15
FEBRUARY 8 – 9
MARCH 21 – 22
JANUARY 18 – 19
FEBRUARY 22 – 23
A DAY OF TASTERS
SATURDAY, JAN. 11, MULTIPLE TIMES
Tasters are 90-minute workshops designed to give participants an introduction to welding, blacksmithing, casting, and fold forming.
Blacksmithing: Make a taper and/or a hook using a coal forge, anvil, and hammer.
MIG Welding: Complete a small project during this workshop and demonstration.
Casting: Cast a personalized name plaque that can be made into a badge, keychain, or magnet.
Fold Forming: Make a small catch-all dish out of copper using the fold forming process.
Enroll online or simply call (901) 774-6380 to sign up for a class. Students should be 18 years of age to register independently. Students between 15 and 17 may take classes marked 15+ and may take other classes if accompanied by a parent or guardian. All students will need to provide their own ear and eye protection as well as gloves. All other materials are included in the tuition. Members who are Supporting Friends or above receive 10% off class tuition. Discounts will be applied prior to processing payment.
For more information contact Lori Gipson at email@example.com.
Class Cancellation Policy
To receive class credit or a refund, you must notify the Museum that you will not be attending the class no less than two weeks prior the class. A 5% cancellation fee will be charged for all refunds. A refund will not be given for cancellations made less than two weeks prior to the class. Class credit for cancellations made less than two weeks prior to the class may be issued at the discretion of the Museum in special circumstances such as inclement weather that prevents travel to the Museum.
If the class is cancelled by the Metal Museum, the student may either transfer to another class of equal value or receive a full refund.
Beginner: no previous experience required
Beginner Plus: a one-day class is recommended before venturing into a two-day class
Advanced Beginner: a previous class is required
Intermediate: some experience or working knowledge
Advanced: prerequisite of other Metal Museum classes or equivalent
15+ Ages 15-17 are required to take a one-day class before taking a two-day class