Fred Zweig lecture

  • 30 May 2008
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Tucson Parks & Recreation Randolph Center Photo Lecture Room in Building #2 at 200 South Alvernon Way, Tucson AZ


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Free Lecture:

Fred E. Zweig is a self-taught metalsmith practicing since the early 1970’s. He has been involved with teaching others for nearly 30 years and has a sincere passion for the process of metalworking and all of it’s traditions and possibilities. His desire to give homage to those who proceeded him and his desire for information have led him to moderate several historical metal forums including the Society of American Silversmiths and Society of Arts & Crafts website. A creative innovator of materials and tools to create unique designs, Fred has attended and assisted in many workshops in metal and other media. He is currently involved in forging neck collars for retailers and producing a line of unique pins and pendants using techniques he has developed. Teaching is a natural extension of his desire to share with others what he knows and fall into his desire to “Show and Tell."

Fred will provide a historical bird's eye view of his life-long work influenced by ancient metals working techniques in light of his colorful life experiences as the son of an American Consul and multi-culture upbringing.

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