Artists always want muses without realizing they are a big responsibility, demanding regular walks, a ticket to every sunset, and smoothies made of old pastels and Greek yogurt. Cultivate your creativity the easier way with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get $100 toward any creative class or course at 3rd Ward in Williamsburg.
At 3rd Ward, Brooklyn’s brightest and boldest creative professionals come together for an array of gallery openings, performances, and other showcases of right-brain brilliance. The center hosts more than 100 classes and courses in a myriad of mediums, with curriculum available for budding Botticellis, Brontës, and Brett Ratners alike. Push your picture taker to new artistic heights with Learn Your Digital Camera ($65 for non-members), give lonely members of the Apoidea family a couch to crash on with Rooftop Beekeeping 101 ($100 for non-members), or turn your next tailgate party into a tasting with the beer brewing class ($35 for non-members, with no additional materials fee). Other classes cover writing, sculpture, filmmaking, bicycle mechanics, and how to make a piñata with scrap metal, among numerous other topics. The value of this Groupon can be applied toward the value of 3rd Ward’s more intensive courses, as well.
Class sizes at 3rd Ward are kept to a maximum of 12 students, fostering a one-on-one interaction between teacher and teachee that’s absent from the city’s mass public workshops on introspective sewing. Instructors are professional artists, bringing real-world experience and the newest tricks of their respective trades to tutorials.
Not valid toward those currently enrolled in membership. Customers must provide credit card for sessions valued above the $100 value of this Groupon. Registration cancellations and changes will result in a 75% credit instead of a full refund. Cancellations made less than six days in advance will forfeit your Groupon.
The New York Times recently featured 3rd Ward. New York magazine also featured the space. More than 4,200 Facebookers are fans and Yelpers give it an average of 3.5 stars. > * Since its inception, 3rd Ward has become something of a D.I.Y. utopia. When Jason Goodman, 31, and his partner, Jeremy Lovitt, 30, conceived of it, it was as a continuation of the facilities and atmosphere they had had as students at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston: a grown-up art campus…As a model for the development of a creative business sector, 3rd Ward has attracted attention from other entrepreneurs, community leaders and cities. – Melena Ryzik, New York Times > * This 25,000 square foot, self-described “workspace” in East Williamsburg, 3rd Ward is an impressive, labyrinthine complex of studios and galleries. Exposed brick, hardwood halls wind their way to a wide array of well-equipped spaces where an equal number of forms of creative find expression – Amos Barshad, New York
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