Archive: February, 2009

FIRED UP! Spring & Summer Camps

Keep your young artist fired up, learning and having fun this Spring and Summer! Concerned about vacation brain-drain? You should be! According to the National Summer Learning Association, kids who have an education-free summer vacation can lose nearly two months of grade-level equivalency in math skills, and some even lose more than two months in reading […]

The Crucible Fund

Glass Blowing Innovation Welding Dance Training Music Summer Camps Field Trips Reuse Industry Fire Hands-on Collaboration Inspiration D.I.Y. Artist Studios Blacksmithing Exhibitions Woodworking Youth Life-long Learning Family Community There are amazing things happening in art, science, history, fashion and performance at The Crucible. In the coming year, The Crucible will partner with organizations and museums […]

Youth Classes

Kids Activities & Youth Classes Through industrial art classes at The Crucible, young people gain skills that build confidence, inspire creativity and instill responsibility. The Crucible offers classes throughout the year for young people ages 8 to 17. Weekly classes are offered as an exciting alternative to traditional after-school kids activities. Weekend classes meet the […]

Workshops Available

Corporate Team Building in the Bay Area What can I expect? When you choose The Crucible for your team building workshop, our expert staff works with you to design a one-of-a-kind experience to re-ignite your group’s creative fires. From metal fabrication to blacksmithing hot steel to flameworking beautiful glass, Crucible workshops inspire and demand teamwork […]

Team Building Benefits

Not Your Ordinary Team Building Workshop Heat up your employees’ creative potential and teamwork with hands-on art workshops in blacksmithing, glass fusing and flameworking, welding and plasma cutting, metalsmithing and jewelry making, foundry work and much more. The Crucible’s staff will guide your team through the process of designing and creating a unique item, igniting […]

Woodworking – Faculty Work

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