Maker Culture at The Crucible

2014 KRON4 piece on Maker culture at our 2014 youth summer camps.

The Cup Class

The art of cup making with glass faculty Kier Lugo & Arlo Fishman.

SPRING SESSION: First Week

The Crucible offers an amazing selection of courses and workshops in wood, metal, glass, jewelry, ceramics, neon and many other interesting disciplines! Our Spring Session began on Monday, April 20, but many classes start on various dates this week and throughout the spring quarter. Become a Crucible member and you’ll get 10% off tuition fees. Hurry, some classes are filling up quickly.

FRIDAY NIGHT FIRESIDE CLASSES: Starting May 1

Spend an evening learning hands-on skills, followed by a social drink with your classmates to compare notes and chill out! Choose from six entry-level disciplines: blacksmithing, glass flameworking, glass fusing, jewelry, leather or MIG welding. May 1, May 22 or June 19, 6:30-10pm.

YOUTH SUMMER CAMPS

The Crucible offers an incredible variety of Youth Summer Camps across six one-week sessions in June, July and August. These are all open for enrollment.

GLASS ARTS SOCIETY MASTER CLASSES

In collaboration with the Glass Arts Society’s 44th Annual Conference (June 5-7), The Crucible is proud to host four very special master classes with glass experts here for the conference. Featuring Edward T. Schmid, Amy Lemaire, Mitchell Gaudet and Greg Mowery, these intensive sessions give you a rare opportunity to study with internationally prominent artists and educators. Classes begin May 30 and enrollment is limited.