Cabfare for the Common Man dazzles theatergoers with seven stories of ordinary people enveloped by extraordinary situations. The intimate, 70-seat theater provides top-notch views of the performance, unlike viewing a baseball game from the inside of a clunky mascot suit. Redeem your Groupon at the box office of this award-winning theater before securing a seat to marvel at the talented cast as they crash waves of emotion into the wide-eyed crowd.
United by a common interest in art and a commitment to nurturing artistic collaborations in their community, Wild Goose Creative organized this year’s Geekfest with the goal of bringing a wide range of self-proclaimed and budding geeks together. From Thursday, June 17, to Saturday, June 19, Geekfest features four individual events ($5 each). Thursday showcases a demonstration of Forbidden Kingdoms: The Art and Science of Roleplaying Games (7 p.m.), and Friday is scheduled with an hour of geek sketch comedy (8 p.m.) and Nerdcore Rising (9:30 p.m.), a film about MC Frontalot and his computer-obsessed brand of hip-hop. Saturday night features a video-game costume party (9 p.m.) at which attendees can dress up as their favorite character and turn 8-bit game entertainment into reality. Hop over to a fun-filled weekend of geeky activities without busting your head on coin-producing bricks with today’s side deal.
A spacious, fully equipped studio, Clayspace celebrates ceramic arts with guided classes, workshops, and self-directed studio time. Experienced instructors lead a variety of classes and workshops for all skill levels that range from two-part introductory sessions to comprehensive eight-week courses. Most classes include materials, such as the all-ages Chia pot workshop, which guides attendees as they design and build terra cotta pots over two meetings ($30 per person). With large worktables and ample shelf space, Clayspace’s facility lets students spread out and take advantage of nine electric wheels, slab roller, glazes, spray booth, raku kiln, and more to create beautiful bowls, plates, and busts of the Abominable Snowman.
In 1982, the Olde Towne East Neighborhood Association organized its first Tour of Homes to increase awareness of Columbus's history and stunning architecture. The event has been on the calendar every summer since, raising money to preserve the neighborhood and its homes. The journey through Olde Towne East takes visitors back as far as the 1830s, spanning a time period wherein horses and trolleys traversed the streets and Ohio's governors boarded with whichever family had the grandest staircase for dramatic entrances. Tour-goers can expect to encounter oodles of architectural styles, including federal, Queen Anne, Italianate, Tudor, and American craftsman.
Like all world-class museums, you can't see all the delights of the Columbus Museum in one day. Today's deal gives you a full day to not see it all: for $4, you'll get a one-day admission to the entire museum (a $10 value). The museum's abundance of beautiful, thought-tickling artwork—and marked absence of postmodern erotica rendered in excrement or, worse, LeRoy Neiman paintings—makes it a perfect family activity.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
With more than 850,000 images, Art.com boasts an immense variety of ready-to-hang wall pieces and decorative artwork along with professional custom framing and mounting services. Choose pieces from a massive selection of media and styles, including photographs, vintage art prints, and abstract pieces, or search by subject matter for items such as iconic album covers and movie prints. An artist search can help perusing patrons snag fine-art prints from Matisse and Munch or one of the pulp pieces by Andy Warhol, best known for his daring depiction of infamous midcentury gunslingers the Elvis triplets.
The site's Photos to Art feature lets shutterbugs upload digital snapshots to the site and select a custom frame using a quick interface that offers more than 25 custom frames, a range of sizes, and more than 80 museum-quality mats. In addition to framing uploaded photos, Art.com can also print them on a canvas stretched across wooden support bars and protected with a gallery-grade UV finish. Patrons can view mockups of their custom portraits to ensure they'll match the walls on which they'll hang. Art aficionados can also choose prints from a moody lot of black-and-white beauties before encasing them in a variety of smart frames. Purchases are protected by Art.com's return policy, which guarantees 100% satisfaction.