The Crucible’s Annual Magazine


The Crucible’s Annual Magazine

Price: $7.50, 7.50

Price: $7.50

Member Price: $7.50

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Want to learn more about everything The Crucible offers? For only $7.50 shipping, you can receive a copy of The Crucible’s latest magazine right to your doorstep. Each issue includes four full-length feature stories about different Crucible departments and programs, and comprehensive listings of all of the classes The Crucible offers, not just ones coming up in the next few months. Get inspired by incredible artwork made by Crucible students and faculty and find your next class inside The Crucible’s 2022 issue.

All active Crucible members should have just received the latest edition. You can become a member today to ensure you receive the next issue of The Crucible magazine when it comes out. Current and new members can reach out to [email protected] to request your one free copy is sent to you.

 

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Crucible Apparel – Embroidered Logo Hats


Crucible Apparel – Embroidered Logo Hats

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Show your Crucible pride in every kind of weather with our brand new logo hats, embroidered right here in Oakland by Crucible member, Robert Graf. Robert spent months perfecting his embroidery skills to bring you this special run of baseball hats in three styles. The logos are stitched directly into the hats.

Members are eligible for 10% off the listed price, check your email for the coupon code! You can become a member today to get exclusive discounts on Crucible tuition and merchandise, while supporting a unique Oakland institution dedicated to keeping the industrial arts accessible for everyone.

This hat ships FREE to all locations in the Continental United States! 

About The Designer: Robert Graf

When the pandemic hit and we had to close our studio doors, member and volunteer, Robert Graf started thinking of creative ways to support The Crucible. He came to us with an idea—to use his new digital embroidery machine to build his skills and raise funds for The Crucible by making embroidered logo hats.

Robert, a self-proclaimed problem solver, spent the past few months perfecting his designs. “There was a lot of testing and tweaking that went into making these hats to represent The Crucible as best as possible.” But with every trial and error, Robert became more motivated to get it right. So many of you have expressed a desire for a Crucible-branded hat, and he was determined to deliver it.

You can learn about Robert’s process on our blog.

 

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