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.
Choose from Four Options
- $37 for a one-month family membership, good for one family's children and their accompanying adult (up to $75 value)
- $29 for a one-month single membership, good for one child and his or her accompanying adult (up to $60 value)
- $100 for a three -month single membership, good for one child and his or her accompanying adult (up to $180 value)
- $125 for a three-month family membership, good for one family's children and their accompanying adult (up to $225 value)
Passes allow unlimited visits and one class a week for each child.
One- and three-month passes open up ArtBeast's studio to children and their families, allowing unfettered exploration of youthful creativity. During open-studio visits, kids can explore a host of themed spaces, developing make-believe worlds in the costume-filled dramatic play area, experimenting with messy paint creations on the studio floor, or playing with chalk, sand, and water in the outdoor courtyard. Passes allow each child one class a week, with fun options including a kinetic drum circle, baby-and-me classes, and freeform Art Explorers.
After searching Sacramento to no avail for a venue where kids could explore their creative impulses, two moms took the matter into their own hands and set about constructing their ideal children's art space. Eschewing the formalized, expensive art classes they found elsewhere, the duo opened ArtBeast with the goal of providing kids aged seven and younger with a mind-opening playground. In the three-level building, children can roam free, playing musical instruments, splattering paint, or dressing up in a constantly rotating wardrobe of costumes. Regular classes inculcate un-self-conscious expression with more structured activities, helping toddlers create their own works of art based on favorite pieces of lint or introducing them to ballet in dance classes. Complimentary organic coffee keeps parents as energetic as their offspring, and the studio's month-long passes encourage guardians to stick around and bond with fellow caretakers of insane miniature people.