Creativity—like houseplants, endangered species, and D-list celebrities—will die without proper attention. Today's Groupon will help your children's artistic aspirations blossom instead of wither: for $20, you get $40 worth of art classes, camps, and parties at Abrakadoodle, a locally owned franchise dedicated to pint-sized artplorations in multiple Austin-area locations.
Abrakadoodle's Art Education programs juice childlike creativity with the natural steroids of art, color, form, and design. Year-round classes include everything from Twoosy Doodlers for children ages 20 to 36 months to Doodlers for more advanced artists (grades K–8). Specialty classes help kids master the basics of anime, work with canvas painting, capture the horrors of war in sweeping cubist murals, and much more. Courses are offered at a variety of locations and times. View the schedule, course descriptions, and additional information here.
Abrakadoodle also offers popular art camps that provide up to 30 hours of lessons, activities, games, music, and more. These programs take place during summer vacation or school breaks. Using visuals, music, 3-D arts, and more, students take a fun romp to anywhere their imaginations can take them. The atmosphere is inclusive and collaborative, eliminating the hackneyed "snobs vs. slobs" enmities that have marred so many cinematic summer camps. Contact Abrakadoodle here for more information on featured programs and sign-up details. Sign up for Abrakadoodle's artsy adventures by either calling ahead or registering online.
This Groupon is not valid for partner-site programs, including Round Rock, Dripping Springs, Eanes, Bastrop, and Cedar Park Recreation Center.
- Their mothers gushed that the children now had an appreciation for art and loved to show off their work. – Amy Joyce, Washington Post
- While children taking the same ceramics class might emerge with variations on the same clay pot, students enrolled in an Abrakadoodle class or workshop might come out carrying something completely different than their neighbor. – Laura Tucker, View