Metalwerx's 2020 Virtual Makers Symposium includes up to two live sessions every weekday, at 12 PM and 4:30 PM (all times EST), with a final social event on October 24, 2020. All sessions will be presented live over Zoom, with links sent in advance to all registered Symposium attendees. Recording access will be available through the end of 2020 - Please review registration option levels for details. We're still adding sessions - stay tuned for more information and check back often for additions to the line-up!

All times shown are in Eastern Standard. Registration grants access to all seminar sessions, no further registration needed.


Mon, Oct 12

12:00 PM: Lessons from the Toolbox Initiative with Tim McCreight

 *Sponsored by Rio Grande

Tue, Oct 13

12:00 PM: Stamp making with Matthieu Cheminee

 *Sponsored by Rio Grande

Wed, Oct 14

4:30 PM: The Twisting and Turning World of Lapidary with Jesse and Azur McHugh

 *Sponsored by Azurz

Thur, Oct 15

12:00 PM: Casting an Ingot From Scrap and Forging a Simple Band Ring with William Vanaria

*Sponsored by United Precious Metals

Fri, Oct 16

12:00 PM:Jewelry Studio Set-Up: From Beginner to Professional with Jeff Georgantes

*Sponsored by Gesswein

4:30 PM: Fretz Spinner Ring Set and Alluring New Tools with Bill Fretz

*Sponsored by Otto Frei

Sat, Oct 17

12:00 PM: Sturdy Stone Settings with Structural Bezels with Jim Dailing

*Sponsored by Otto Frei

Tue, Oct 20

12:00 PM: All About the Finish Line: Polishing and Surface Treatments with Melissa Muir

Wed, Oct 21

12:00 PM: Metalsmith Society: Going from 0 to 100K Followers in Two Years with Corkie Bolton

*Sponsored by Halstead

4:30 PM: Disc Cutting and Dapping with Kate Richbourg

*Sponsored by Pepetools

Thur, Oct 22

12:00 PM: Form and Details: An Artist Talk and Demonstration with Cynthia Eid

 *Sponsored by Rio Grande

Sat, October 24

5:30 PM: Social Event (details coming!)

Presentation Recordings:

Participants who have purchased the symposium recordings will be sent links to all educational seminar and demonstrations at the end of each week. Recordings will be available to watch through the end of December 2020. Please note that any social events will not be recorded or shared later.