Prachi is an accomplished architect, interior designer and jewellery artist. Prachi is an Australian national who has travelled the world and shares her passion for the history of adornment and her experiences of the impact of culture and fashion trends on popular jewellery styles from around the globe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter the world of jewellery by learning both traditional hand-drawing and digital design with CAD and CAM.
Fine Jewellery Design
Enter the world of jewellery by learning both traditional hand-drawing and digital design with CAD and CAM.
Create without limits: Explore new metal technologies and traditional techniques of metal crafting.
Precious Metal Arts
Create without limits: Explore new metal technologies and traditional techniques of metal crafting.
Get started in fashion jewellery design by assembling unique pieces with different hands-on techniques.
Fashion Jewellery Arts
Get started in fashion jewellery design by assembling unique pieces with different hands-on techniques.
Explore the fabulous world of jewellery gathering the knowledge that the industry requires.
Jewellery Industry Knowledge
Explore the fabulous world of jewellery gathering the knowledge that the industry requires.
Build your jewellery business from the inception, through the launch and all the way to global expansion.
Business & Entrepreneurship
Build your jewellery business from the inception, through the launch and all the way to global expansion.

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  • There is a very wide range of jewellery design programmes. Tanja's an expert and she encourages the class and is also open for catch-ups later.

    - Cecilia O. (Singapore)

  • I'm going to make and sell jewellery pieces.

    - Mei Lan L. (Malaysia)

  • Good place to start learning and putting immediately into practice what you've learned.

    - Jane D. (Philippines)

  • I will use the skills learnt to make presents for friends.

    - Jean T. (Singapore)

  • Using the skills I acquired, I made some earrings and sold them at a garage sale.

    - Hayley O. (America)

  • I am trying to create my own designs with all the techniques and plan to open my own small business. Thank you very much.

    - Nidhi D. (India)

  • JDMIS is a good school with engaging instructors who are passionate about teaching jewellery making techniques.

    - Sylvia T. (Indonesia)

  • My favourite course is the the gem encrusted brooch because it was very interesting and gave ideas on what we can do more with metal clay by using paste for added texture.

    - Melani A. (Indonesia)

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