Children can reveal an artistic temperament at a young age by spattering ice cream on white tablecloths and denying that a pacifier is a pacifier. Encourage an early brush with greatness with this Groupon.
$25 for Art Workshop for Two Children (Up to $60 Value)
Children craft a different piece of art in each workshop, from clay skyscrapers to silkscreened soup cans to textured paintings of their homes. Sessions are one hour or longer and are age specific, with classes for kids ranging from 3 to 15 years old. Peruse the website for specific workshop dates and times.
4Cats St. Albert
"It's not just about art. It's about learning a little bit, and doing art, and letting them create too," explains Kristine Godziuk to the St. Albert Gazette. As the owner of 4Cats St. Albert, a children's art studio with one-day workshops and extended classes, Godziuk drives this viewpoint home by lacing her curricula with age-appropriate art history. While crafting a piece of pop art by silkscreening a soup can, students may learn about Andy Warhol's 25 pet cats named Sam. A self-portrait session gives way to a discussion on Frida Kahlo. During a six- to seven-week Artist of the Month series, children dig into the work of two artists per class, letting small fingers experience the challenges of their respective media. Artistic adventures and further learning continue beyond each class with accompanying 4Cats art books and collector cards with links to educational cartoons on the studio's website. The franchised company, with locations throughout Canada, the U.S., and Mexico, was named for Picasso's favorite café, Els Quatre Gats, where he pondered various shades of blue and took inspiration from townsfolk who could turn their faces inside-out.
90% of 31 customers recommend
“Lots of fun! Will be booking my daughter's birthday party next spring there!”
“4cats was amazing! A great place for a family outing as well as a for classes. Maria was super accomadating to include our whole family. We can't wait to be back.”
“It is absolutely fantastic!”