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, so we wanted to share some of their haunting works. From maniacal monsters to stunning steel skulls, creativity has never been so creepy.
While this year’s Halloween festivities are sure to be different for most, you can still get in touch with your dark side in Metal Clay Skulls, running this October 24 or 25. And relive all the fun of our Tricks and Treats event from last year by scrolling through our event gallery below.
This year for Halloween, we’re hosting a special Bike Fix-A-Thon event. On October 31, not only will our West Oakland community members be able to drop their bikes off for maintenance, but everyone is welcome to stop by in costume for photos with our ERV (Emergency Response Vehicle), candy, and 25% off our refurbished bikes for sale. It might not be the Halloween we imagined eight months ago, but it’s going to be a good one!