Founded in 1979 by master goldsmith Alan Revere, the Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts immediately became a center for jewelry and jewelers around the world; a place where master craftsmen pass on traditional skills to the next generation. The Academy is located in the beautiful tower suite on the ninth floor of the Humboldt Bank Building. An abundance of restaurants, hotels, museums, parks and transportation is within a short distance from the Academy in what many people call, "America's favorite city."
The Revere Academy is a great place to begin a career, stimulate your creativity, add new skills and network. Here you can learn from nationally recognized craftsmen who teach the skills they use everyday. Our faculty includes over a dozen master craftsmen and experts who love what they do and are eager to share their passion and knowledge. The Academy's fully equipped, state-of-the-art studios feature live video blow-ups so that you can see every detail even better than leaning over a master's shoulder. Learn new skills today that will add value to your work tomorrow.
Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts
The Revere Academy of Jewelry Arts has something for everyone interested in making jewelry. No matter how much or how little experience you have now, we can help you move your jewelry skills and your jewelry career forward.
Beginners just starting out learn to use basic tools and procedures while developing good working habits. Hobbyists add professional skills that can elevate their work right away. And working bench jewelers fill in areas where greater expertise is desired while picking up new and more advanced techniques. All students receive certificates and diplomas upon completion of Revere classes and programs.
This truly unique school is a complete training facility and a center for jewelry artists internationally. In addition to our regular classes, the Academy offers an annual Spring Masters Symposium plus books and videos by our faculty. It is no wonder that serious students come from around the country and overseas to attend what many refer to as, "The best jewelry school in the U.S."