We have something for everyone! Brooklyn Metal Works is a fully equipped metalsmithing studio run by professional metalsmiths and jewelers. We provide all the tools and equipment you need so that you can invest your energy into making work.

Our semi-private studios allow for 24 hour keyed access to the entire studio. You can also solder at your bench if you choose, and we will provide the ventilation. These spaces are along a windowed wall for plenty of natural light.

Our dedicated benches are new butcher block top jeweler's benches. They have locking drawers so that you can store everything you need and come with plenty of electrical outlets and a three bulb Dazor light.

Our daily and hourly bench rentals allow you the flexibility to work in a dynamic studio space whenever your schedule allows. We also offer locker rentals so that you can store your stuff while you aren't using it.

Summer Student Special! If you are newly graduated and are seeking studio space to continue working, look no further! If you are between semesters and hate to go a whole summer without studio access, we have a bench for you! If you only have time for a few days of studio work here and there, we can help! We want you to accomplish as much as you can without losing the momentum of your school practice. Now is the time for you to start working in a professional studio and start the next phase of your career. Contact the studio today.

Check out our special student offers!
http://bkmetalworks.com/2012/05/30/special-student-offers/

For additional information or if you have any questions please feel free to contact us:

Brooklyn Metal Works
640 Dean St.
2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11238
347.762.4757
bkmetalworks.com

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