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As a community of makers, it is a given that those of us who are animals lovers would make their pets’ swag ourselves. Here are a few of our favorite projects that Crucible staff, faculty, and students have made for their pets.
We have begun our search for a new Director of Programs! The Director of Programs has the overall responsibility for the development and delivery of all public educational programs and arts events 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.
Proudly sporting her prescription safety glasses at all times, Camille prides herself as a role model for safe shop practices. We sat down with her and her cat Rex to learn about her artwork and the collaborative community she found here.
The most ingenious minds and inventors will gather this weekend at Maker Faire! With hundreds of demonstrations and hands-on activities to choose from at Maker Faire, we selected a few Makers that you cannot miss.
With the weather getting warmer and days getting longer, we are feeling inspired to explore the beautiful East Bay by bike. We asked our volunteers, faculty, and staff where their favorite places to bike are, and put together this list of our favorite bike rides in the East Bay to get your wheels moving and blood pumping.
Do you remember the first time you saw pewter liquify before your eyes, pressed your fingerprint in clay, or watched smoke rise as you wood burned your own unique design? 227 Oakland Unified School District youth attended The Crucible for free as a part of our Field Trip Program.
Marc Macdonald has always been a fixer of the vehicles that keep us moving, from boats to cars to bikes. After retiring from the Coast Guard, Marc came to The Crucible to volunteer in our Bike Shop in 2014.