January Program: Andy Cooperman Presents “What’s the Worst That Could Happen?”

a96328_52f4886334a54ebf980f6e5780de1321[1]On the evening of January 23,  Seattle-based metalsmith, educator, and writer Andy Cooperman will present a lecture entitled “What’s the Worst That Can Happen?” in which he shares some of his experiences  and observations from his 35 year career as a successful metalsmith and teacher.

Andy will be in Houston  January 23-27, 2016  to teach his trademark workshop  ” The Original Captures/Zengineering ”  for the Houston Metal Arts Guild.

Andy’s work and writing has appeared in blogs, magazines and books, including Humor in Craft, Art Jewelry Today (I, II & III) and The Penland Book of Jewelry.  His work is held in private and public collections such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Central College in Pella Iowa, and the Tacoma Art Museum.

This will be the third time that Andy Cooperman has taught a workshop for HMAG and if past experience is an indicator, his lecture will prove to be not only informative but also delightfully  entertaining.

The lecture program is free and open to all.  Please join us!


When:  January 23, 2016; 6:30pm social, 7pm program
Where:  Charisma Design Studios 

226 Cavalcade Street

Houston, TX  77009