Creating a masterwork of art can be like wandering through a maze: after a lengthy period of self-reflection and contemplation, you’ll still probably starve. Appreciate the figurative risks and transcendent joys of artistic creativity with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get to take a Canvas, Cocktails n More art class (a $25 value) at South Broadway Art Project. Two Groupons may be combined and used toward birthday parties and arty parties.
South Broadway Art Project is a non-profit art studio and gallery that uses art and a variety of weekly classes and workshops to teach people both young and old to broaden their horizons and find creative outlets. The nurturing environment welcomes budding artists, friend groups looking for an atypical night out, and expressive housecats long relegated to pawing out designs in scattered litter. Canvas n Cocktails workshops are held Thursday and Friday nights, and will soon be offered Wednesday nights as well. View the online schedule to find the class that best suits your inner artiste and terrifically busy schedule of competitive whack-a-mole. You may choose to create a Tuscan landscape, cityscape, Picassoesque portrait, or batik print. Students will be provided with all necessary art materials, and can bring their own snacks and drinks, which are often employed by artists as creativity inciters, mouth lubricators, and impromptu colognes.
Conveniently located just blocks from Benton Park, South Broadway Art Project lets its students display the fruits and vegetables of their artistic labors at special gallery events, where they are occasionally indistinguishable from the latest modern art acquisitions. Awaken your slumbering artisan and pump creative life into a pile of undead art supplies with today's Groupon to South Broadway Art Project.
South Broadway Art Project
Sometimes, putting a brush in the hand of a kid can change everything. At South Broadway Art Project, a local non-profit, that's just one of their many goals. Visitors of all ages are welcome at the colorful studio, where free and affordable art programs encourage community members to try their hand at painting, drawing, pottery, and even fashion design. Meanwhile, open studio encourages creatives to stop by when inspiration strikes to take advantage of materials, instruction, and ample studio space.
“Worked with my family's needs. My sons, ages 9 and 5, had great instruction and enjoyed their time in each studio.”
“It was a great deal and well worth it. I feel the place is geared more toward children. I purchased two of the groupons for my children. They say they love it and...”
“It was a great deal and well worth it. I feel the place is geared more toward children. I purchased two of the groupons for my children. They say they love it and it is the best place in the world. ”
“Bring non-messy treats.”
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