In order to make a ring from a sheet of silver, you have to learn to solder a butt joint. Watch Jewelry Department co-head Rikki Smeltzer demonstrates how to do it properly!
What does The Crucible have that most other art schools in America do not? There are countless things that come to mind, but one that stands out is 20 Shades of Grey: Medieval Enameling Techniques - a unique continuing level class that teaches painting with enamels and is not often taught in America.
Studies have shown that taking time off from work makes us more creative and productive at work, and healthier and happier people. Here are three reasons to take a MAKE-cation at The Crucible.
How do you like your coffee? How about in a ceramic mug and pour over set that you hand-built yourself? In this step-by-step, you will learn how to make your own! Sign up for Ceramics I, offered evenings throughout the year, to make your mornings a little more special.
Fascinated by molten glass, hot metal, and the occasional burst of flames? The art of Enameling combines all of this in one class. It is the ancient art of fusing molten glass to metal, is easy to learn, and you’ll see quick results. Open up your creative practices to a world of color!
Making a hook is the first project in Blacksmithing I, and helps students begin to develop their tapering, bending, twisting, and punching skills. This step-by-step guide shows you what to expect.