The Crucible is one of the Coolest places in the Bay Area, no kidding. Here you can exercise all your creative juices. This is my second time. We took a jewelry class and I made a reckless out of 2 pieces of copper. Fun! Annnnd to my surprise, Tanya Holland, owner and Chef of the famous Brown Sugar Kitchen was taking the class with us.
Ok, I know, The “Crucible”?? What does that mean?? Well one of the definitions is; ‘…a place or situation in which different elements interact to produce something new….’ Well it’s Blacksmithing, Machine Shopping, Ceramics, Mold making
Enameling, Neon & Light, Fire Performance, Artist Resources
Foundry, Stone Working, Glass work, Glass blowing, Soft Sculpture & Textiles, Hot Wheels, Welding, Jewelry, Woodworking, leather working, Kinetic & Electronics… whew… and more! As a creative person, it’s everything you wish you could do. With a impressive fire arch you walk through to get in. To all the displays of artistes works displayed. Classes are for all adults and youth. Try to make it on a open house so you get a tour. When you come back, you are going to want to thank me. (How ever make sure you don’t leave anything important in your car the are is in a warehouse district). http://thecrucible.org
Thank you Randy and AB&I for inviting me again! AB&I is a big support of the Crucible.