Our final classes of 2022 are about to be here! With more than 100 October-December classes on the roster, there is something for every age and experience level.
This summer, after two years of pandemic-altered programming, we welcomed ten new and returning high school students to The Crucible for our annual four-week Fuego Youth Leadership program.
Every summer, our studio comes alive as youth summer campers return for week-long offerings in the industrial arts. This summer, students will have the opportunity to cast metal, fuse glass, mold clay, and so much more.
No matter how old we get, there is always something magical about summer. And what better way to tap into the youthful spirit of the season than by learning something new?! Our full complement of July-September classes just opened for early Member Registration.
Big news! Today, members can register for Crucible Glass Blowing classes for the first time since March of 2022—and we are ecstatic! The Hot Shop is the heart of our studio and the low, steady hum of the furnaces has been sorely missed these past two years.
Spring is just around the corner and that means it’s almost time to register for classes running this April-June. On Tuesday, February 8, members can register for dozens of offerings, including lots of rare classes. Whether you’re a new or returning student, there is something for everyone!
In Spring of 2021, The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County put out a national call to artists for the public art project—a call that found its way to our Welding Department Head, Mark Metz. This art piece will have you feeling butterflies.
Goodbye 2021, hello 2022, and hello to a slew of new opportunities to get creative in the new year. Our next member registration day is this Tuesday, November 9 and before classes open, you can explore all our new, rare, popular, continuing, and youth offerings.
The fall is fast approaching which means October-December classes are about to open for early member registration on Tuesday, Aug 10!
At age 17, an eager High Schooler named Ian Wenck got a waiver to take an adult Blacksmithing class at The Crucible. On his way to the Smithy he passed the Machine Shop and was immediately intrigued.