Classes in Birmingham


Select Local Merchants

  • Tangled Stones
    Though Darla Williamson grew up in a family that gravitated toward art and other hands-on trades?her mother is an artist, and her father is a woodworker and automobile restorer?she still found herself in the corporate world. Until, of course, she found a medium that spoke uniquely to her. She became very taken with Zentangle, a style of drawing that relaxes the mind by focusing on repetitive patterns, eventually becoming a certified instructor of the unique art form. Today, at Tangled Stones, she leads Zentangle classes of all levels and teaches students to add their designs to custom cards, clothing, and other items.
    Read More
    2009 Craig Lane
    Birmingham, AL US
  • StacksPhoto Birmingham
    Flashes flicker from coast to coast in StacksPhoto's classes. Photographers of all experience levels learn fundamental lessons on evocative composition, balancing light and dark, and capturing memorable shots without photographing National Geographic covers. Other lessons include how to make the most of a camera’s manual mode, understanding basic optics, and how lens choice can affect an image. Besides in-person classes, StacksPhoto also offers a DVD filled with such tips.
    Read More
    1425 Montgomery Highway
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Birmingham Sushi
    Chef and instructor Kelly Viall returned to her hometown of Birmingham after 15 years of whipping up fresh-fish dishes in Seattle and along the Gulf Coast. Now hundreds of miles from a coast, she still clings to her passion for ocean-fresh seafood and teaches students to master a variety of culinary techniques. She also offers catering options, giving food art lovers a chance to have a marine Louvre brought to them.
    Read More
    2208 Morris Avenue
    Birmingham, AL US
  • The Yoga Circle
    The Yoga Circle showcases the diverse practices that fall under yoga’s umbrella, earning it Best Yoga Studio in Birmingham by CityVoter in 2009. Their self-titled Circle class offers up a disciplinary Baedeker in all things yoga. Taught by a different member of the studio’s 15-instructor team each time, the course exposes students to styles such as Kundalini and Vinyasa. Alternatively, students can delve more deeply into individual modalities with sessions including Ashtanga, which hinges on the muscle-building plank position, or hot yoga, held in studios heated up to 105 degrees, or the temperature of the world’s most unlucky ice-cream cone.
    Read More
    5291 Valleydale Rd.
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Paint-A-Longs
    Alabama-born Cynthia Massey Parsons, who will be featured in the 32nd anniversary edition of Who’s Who in American Art, has built her artistic reputation on works in watercolor, acrylic, and graphite. During Paint-A-Long sessions, she leads budding artists through the brushwork of a single painting, helping students pick up sound technique without worrying about inventing a subject or baiting a muse. Her original designs range from modified classics—such as the sky in Van Gogh’s Starry Night transposed over a local skyline—to classic floral still lifes.
    Read More
    3205 2nd Avenue South
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Kindermusik At The Pink House
    The Pink House's stimulating Kindermusik lessons help pint-sized Puccinis tap into their innate musicality while strengthening intellectual, emotional, and social development. Classes are available for youngsters aged 0?6, with the exception of piano lessons, which are also open to adults. Five options are available:
    Read More
    817 39th St S
    Birmingham, AL US

Groupon Guide

Advertisement