Somehow, it’s already October, and that means it is officially spooky season at The Crucible. But how do we celebrate the holiday while practicing social distancing? Art of course! Ghouls, goblins, and ghosts are a regular source of inspiration for our community of makers.
Get your guide to 2020 member registration with our Volume 1 Catalog Awards, highlighting the best and brightest of our latest offerings.
Join us on November 23 for our first ever Family Day—a day of family-friendly ornament making just in time for the holidays! Parents and guardians with children ages 12 and up are welcome to register with their kids.
Last week was the first week of The Crucible's Youth Summer Camps and we saw astronauts, noise machines, rainbow glass mushrooms, and more walk out of our studios at the end of camp. Throughout Summer Camps, we will be updating the Youth Summer Camp Photo Gallery—make sure to check back for the best moments from camp.
On Friday night, our Foundry Department came together for The Crucible’s 20th Anniversary Iron Pour, casting over 1000 pounds of molten iron into a variety of ceramic shell and resin-bonded sand molds!
Thanks to everyone who joined us at The Crucible’s 2015 Fire & Light Soirée. It was a fabulous night of art, fire, friendship… and fundraising! We surpassed our financial goal for the evening, raising $215,000 for Crucible programs, including $78,000 for youth programs and scholarships. Below are just a few snapshots of last year’s memorable Soirée! Click on each image to enlarge.
Save the date! On Saturday, April 9 we celebrate the vision of special guests and honorees at The Crucible’s Fire & Light Soirée 2016. For table reservations or sponsorships, please contact Sheri Kuehl, Development Director, at [email protected] or (510) 444-0919 x119.