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Membership in the Metal Arts Society of Southern California provides for participation in periodic workshops in the field of metal working and other related areas. Workshops are offered throughout the year and are conducted by renowned artists from all over the country. We now publish every two months instead of 5x a year. The MASSC News provides interesting articles on workshops, bench tricks, and other areas of interest to it's members – all in outstanding, vivid color (digital format only)!

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  • September 24th, 2017


    El Camino College

    16007 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, CA 90506


    The day will begin with an initial meeting on the Art Patio (marked on the map at the bottom of this email with a red x). Attendees will be divided into four groups and will attend 5 sessions lasting 35 to 40 minutes each. Each group will have the opportunity to attend each presenter’s topic.

    If you and your friends wish to be in the same group you will need to arrive at our check-in station together. 


    On-site check in will take place on the Art Patio

    outside of ART 133 from 9:30 am - 9:50 am. 


    Members $20

    *Non-members $50*

    Lunch is included



    June 30th, 2017
  • Jewelry Challenge 2017

    This is a chance to show us your stuff and challenge your creativity. In the spirit of a good challenge - we are mixing it up this year!

    As in previous years, to participate, you must be a MASSC member and purchase a box. There will be four items in your box. Three are conventional materials jewelers use. One is an unusual item. You MUST use a recognizable portion of each of the four items in your box. You may add ANY ADDITIONAL MATERIALS. We will have one design requirement (which you will discover when you get your box).

    June 28th, 2017

Member Showcase

Monica Branstorm

Well hello there…it’s me, Monica Branstrom - your fellow MASSC member and MASSC Membership Chair. I have been making jewelry for about 15 years and I specialize in jewelry featuring sea glass (chunks of glass that have found their way into the ocean and have tumbled around for years and years gaining a frosty smooth finish). It was my interest in finding a way to do something creative with the sea glass I had collected that prompted me to pick up a torch. I started taking classes with Janice Lorber in Santa Barbara and continued with Deb Jemmott after I moved to south Orange County. Deb continues to be a source of instruction, support, and encouragement for me when I want to learn a new technique or need some honest feedback.

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