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Jewelry Demonstration with Wayne Werner

Mint Museum UPTOWN

Sunday, Jan 12

2:00PM - 5:00PM

Admission: Free for children and Mint Members / $5 for Adults*

Children FREE / Mint Members FREE / Adult Admission $5 / Adult Admission + Special Exhibition* $15

Join visionary artist Wayne Werner for a metalworking demonstration inspired by  Inventing the Modern World

As part of the family-friendly Sunday Fun Day - Treasure Chest of Art,  visionary Baltimore-area artist Wayne Werner will demonstrate cold-working metals techniques using aluminum.

About the Artist

Wayne Werner, a third generation metalsmith, has traveled around the world to learn with metal workers from Italy and Egypt to Java and Bali. Specializing in cold forging precious metals, Werner has incorporated the traditional techniques of gold and platinum smithing with his artistic vision. Werner has participated in over 200 high-end craft shows nationally. He has received many awards for his work including the World Gold Council’s Gold Distinction Award and the MJSA Vision Award for Mokume Gane. Werner is a former instructor at the Fuji Studio in Florence, Italy and is adjunct faculty at the Maryland Institute College of Art. 

*Non-member adults who would also like to view the special exhibition Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs, 1851-1939 need to purchase the $15 ticket

PARKING INFO: On Carolina Panthers game day Sundays, Mint guests qualify for the regular weekend parking fee of $5. Before entering the garage, parkers must notify the parking attendants that they are going to the Mint Museum, and may be asked to show a Mint Museum receipt upon exiting the garage. If you do not notify the attendant, game day parking is $20.