The Crucible

Mission Statement The Crucible is a non-profit educational facility 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. History The Crucible first opened its doors […]

The Clay Studio

The Clay Studio has functioned as an independent ceramic studio for 23 years. What started out as the ceramic department of the M.H. de Young Museum Art School has become one of the best equipped pottery studios in San Francisco. Our space is spacious, comfortable and conveniently accessible by public transportation. It is located 2 […]

Studio One Art Center

Studio One offers more than 100 hands-on art classes, monitor-assisted labs and activities for children, teens, adults and seniors at all skill levels for a moderate fee. Programs include: Parent/Child Together Ceramics Parent/Child Drawing T-shirt Printing for Parent/Child Now! Theatre Workshop for Teens Photography Kids Knitting Teen Clay Hand Building, and Stained Glass Voice for […]

Sharon Art Studio

Our Mission The arts celebrate our differences, yet offer people of all ages and backgrounds a way to share experiences and insights. Through the arts we explore the meaning of our lives as individuals and as members of our communities. By offering everyone access to art education and appreciation, we build our sense of community. […]

Kid’s ‘n’ Clay

Since 1988, Kids ‘N’ Clay Pottery Studio has provided an ideal environment for children to explore their creativity while learning the craft of ceramics. Kids ‘N’ Clay was founded by artist Kevin Nierman. Kids ‘N’ Clay’s Berkeley (CA) location – and the company headquarters – are located the first floor studio of a historic, landmarked […]

Berkeley Adult School

The Berkeley Potters Guild, founded in 1971, is northern California’s oldest and largest collective of professional ceramic artists. Our renovated warehouse accommodates nineteen private studios. Most members are production potters who create a wide variety of functional items. Others create one-of-a-kind sculptural pieces. Some work in traditional colors and forms influenced by an Asian aesthetic, […]