Weekend Workshop – Jewellery with Sarah Sears

From: $225.00

Jewellery with Sarah Sears- November 26-28, 2021 (Adults)

Come together for a weekend in the studio! Enjoy the opportunity to recharge, move, and create, while enjoying the beautiful North Mountain landscape through the height of Autumn. During this session, you’ll collaborate with friends to immerse yourself in a world of jewellery making with returning faculty member Sarah Sears. This a great chance for anybody who’s been taking classes virtually to get back into the studio! All while adhering to the up-to-date safety guidelines and public health directives. Join us on the North Mountain and stay in our newly renovated farmhouse or glamping cabins for an unforgettable weekend of art, community, and wholesome homemade meals using local ingredients (many right from Ross Creek’s own gardens)!
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WEEKEND ITINERARY
Friday, November 26th

  • Welcome Dinner/ 6:30pm
  • Settling In & Tour of the Centre/ 7:30pm
  • Campfire/ 9:00pm


Saturday, November 27th

  • Breakfast/ 8:30am
  • Workshop with Sarah Sears/ 9:00am
  • Lunchtime/ 12:00pm
  • Rest & Recharge/ 1:00pm
  • Workshop with Sarah Sears/ 1:30pm
  • Dinner/ 6:00pm
  • Film Screening/ 8:00pm


Sunday, November 28th

  • Breakfast/ 8:30am
  • Workshop with Sarah Sears/ 9:00am
  • Lunchtime/ 12:00pm
  • Rest & Recharge/ 1:00pm
  • Workshop with Sarah Sears/ 1:30pm
  • Departure/ 5:00pm


*This is a sample itinerary and may fluctuate/change based on weather conditions and group interests.

Sarah Sears is a jewelry designer/metalsmith based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her jewelry and objects are inspired by architectural elements and the earths elements. Patina on copper, bronze and brass is one of her most recent explorations. Each piece is built to last and weather better with the passing of time.