MASSC is pleased to announce an extraordinarily special opportunity for its members.
Renowned metalsmith and artist Betty Helen Longhi, author of Creative Metal Forming, has extended an exclusive invitation into her home and studio to talk about her life’s work, her current work and to enjoy a cup of tea with friends.
"Betty Helen Longhi is a nationally recognized metalsmith who has worked extensively with forming metal for jewelry and sculpture. Her work is recognized for it's sculptural quality, flowing lines and subtle use of anodized niobium as a source of color. She attended University of Wisconsin and Cranbrook Academy of Art and has studied with Heikki Seppa.
Ms. Longhi has given numerous workshops both in the United States and Canada including Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Parsons School of Design, Arrowmont, Peters Valley Craft Center and Penland School. She has been a guest artist at the University of Wisconsin and Maryland Institute of Art and School for American Craft at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Additionally, she has written a number of articles and reviews for Metalsmith magazine and has lectured on shell forming for the Society of North American Goldsmiths. Betty Helen and co-author Cynthia Eid, have written the book, “Creative Metal Forming” which has been recognized as “a must for anyone interested in learning the craft of metal forming”.
- Bio Taken from https://www.wcfsg.org/
Go find your favorite tea cup, choose tea from your cupboard and get ready to sit back for what can only be an amazing experience.
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