Whether you’re interested in lively art discussions, celebrating Maker Month, participating in hands-on demonstrations, or meeting interesting, artistically inclined friends, Fireside Lounge offers something for everyone.
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
In a celebration of Maker Month, The Crucible is proud to continue its third annual Fireside Lounge series: ‘Conception-Creation-Curation,’ on May 10, 2013. The second installment of the series, ‘Creation,’ will explore how ideas move from concept into creative expression, via a panel discussion and live iron pour by world-renowned Nick DiPhillipo. Live performances by Rockabelly and The Crucible’s Fire Performance Ensemble will round out the evening.
This Fireside Lounge event gathers artists, makers, and community members for a panel discussion surrounding the maker process. Facilitated by Leslie Pritchett, the panel discussion will feature Hopi Breton, Sculpture Artist and Diablo Valley College professor; Melissa Alexander, Director of Public Programs at San Francisco’s recently relocated Exploratorium; and Dale Dougherty, Founder, President, and CEO of Maker Magazine. The three will engage in a lively discussion about the DIY process and answer audience questions.
Fireside Lounge is an extraordinary opportunity to learn more about The Crucible’s incredible artists, educational opportunities, and community at-large. Whether you’re interested in lively art discussions, celebrating Maker Month, participating in hands-on demonstrations, or meeting interesting, artistically inclined friends, Fireside Lounge offers something for everyone.
Fireside Lounge: Creation
Friday, May 10, 2013
$10 at the door; free for Crucible Members
1260 7th St
Oakland, CA 94607
About The Crucible
The Crucible is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts education organization that fosters a collaboration of arts, industry, and community. Through training in the fine and industrial arts, The Crucible promotes creative expression, reuse of materials, and innovative design, while serving as an accessible arts venue for the general public in the Bay Area. Known for one-of-a-kind industrial arts education programs, The Crucible is also highly regarded for its innovative performances.