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Fahrenheit 2150 (ASU's foundry club) is an organization devoted to professional preparation in the Foundry Arts. Professionally affiliated with the American Foundry Society.
The purpose of the Metals Club is to promote the study and aesthetic appreciation of jewelry/metals in the ASU community. The club brings the artwork of members to the ASU community through exhibition. Membership is open to all.
This is an association of Arizona Craft Artists working on the cutting edge of an ever-expanding palette of creative possibilities. ADC is proud of its mission to foster and advance fine, contemporary, craft-related activities in Arizona. Metalink is a subdivision of ADC and actively in hosting metals demonstrations and activities.
SNAG is an organization for jewelers, designers and metalsmiths. It is an international association that advances contemporary metalwork and jewelry.
The gem and jewelry world's foremost information resource on the Internet. Open to the public, Free of charge - a substantial library of articles, publications, reports, and technical data on gem and jewelry related topics; as well as a sizable collection of art and jewelry galleries, for both the casual visitor and the professional.
Thirty years ago, the Artist-Blacksmith's Association of North America, Inc. began with only 20 blacksmiths who had a vision. Their vision has unfolded with a membership that has grown to over 5,000 strong.The resurgence of the "lost" art of blacksmithing is unmistakably evident.
The Arizona Artist Blacksmith Association was formed in 1981 when two Phoenix blacksmiths, Peter Sevin and Bill Callaway, were discussing how a number of ABANA (Artist Blacksmith Association of North America) chapters across the country had regular meetings with demonstrations that aided in increasing the skill level of their members.
Founded in 1983, AAFW is a woodworking club in the Phoenix metro area. Welcoming to members of all skill levels, from people totally new to woodworking to those with years of experience. Meetings include “show and tell”, lectures and demos.
Proud chapter of the American Association of Woodturners, located in Phoenix, Arizona. They are dedicated to training, preserving and inspiring the art of woodturning in Arizona.