JOSEPH — Learn the basics of adding color to metal through enameling at a class Jan. 1-8, 2022, at the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture.

The class will be taught by local jeweler Dona Miller. It runs from 1-4 p.m. and costs $50, according to a press release.

Enameling uses finely ground glass that is fused to the metal using a heat source such as a torch or kiln. In the class, small torches will be used.

Anyone with a small torch they are comfortable with and like to use is free to bring it to class. There will be tools available for use in class. Class participants will work with copper and powdered enamels.

A minimum of four people are required to run the class. Face masks will be required.

For more information about Miller and her work visit To learn more about the class or to register, call the center at 541-432-0505 or email

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