This program is sold out. Join us for an evening panel with avant-garde jeweler and sculptor Karl Fritsch.

Now, more than ever, our impact and relationship with the environment is at the forefront of designers’ minds across the world. This hands-on workshop will lead participants through the design process of creating a capsule jewelry collection. From initial ideation and sketching to 3D printing, clay model making, and traditional jewelry techniques participants will learn the power of science, technology and jewelry design with guest designer Jocelyn DeSisto.

About Jocelyn DeSisto

Jocelyn DeSisto is a social entrepreneur, technologist, and artist. DeSisto graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017 with a BFA in Jewelry Design. She founded Lot28, a contemporary New York-based design studio, in 2018.

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This event is part of  New York City Jewelry Week.

New York City Jewelry Week, held from November 18-24,  is the first and only local week dedicated to promoting and celebrating the world of jewelry. NYCJW provides access to the multifaceted jewelry industry through ground-breaking exhibitions, panel discussions led by industry experts, exclusive workshop visits, heritage-house tours, innovative retail collaborations, and other unforgettable one-of-a-kind programming created by the best and brightest in the industry. This year NYCJW will include over 130 events taking place in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Visit our website for the full schedule:  Please contact for additional information.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is proud to be the official 2019 NYCJW museum partner.