MIY Ceramics & Glass Studio Coupons and Deals
Henry Clay, the 19th-century senator, was feared by other politicians for his fiery orations but celebrated in the arts community for his even fierier clay kiln. Commemorate Clay through clay with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $29 for a two-hour clay hand-building class for one (a $60 value) $49 for a two-hour clay hand-building class for two (a $120 value) See the full calendar.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as gifts • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Class schedule is subject to change • Valid for ages 6+ • Entire value must be used in a single visit
The staff of this five-year-old Hollywood studio knows that in order to be creative or artistic, no experience is necessary. Start shaping your next masterpiece: • $35 ($70 value) for an introductory clay hand-building class for one • Learn pinch, coil, and slab techniques as you sculpt with included materials • Check out the calendar to find a two-hour class that works for you About the Class MIY stands for Make It Yourself, meaning you're in control of the final product. Watch a demonstration; then, get to work making a coffee mug, bowl, plate, or another project. Stop by the studio at a later date to pick up your piece, which the staff will glaze and fire. MIY Ceramics & Glass Studio's Website | Facebook
The Fine Print
Reservations required; subject to availability. See calendar here to make reservation; follow voucher instructions. A 48-hour cancellation policy applies. Must be 10 or older. Minimum of five participants are required for workshop to take place.
Receive an introduction to the art of glass fusing and make your own creations with this workshop in Hollywood for 50% off.$35 for a two-hour intro to glass-fusing workshop for one person (reg. $70)Go with a friend for $59 (reg. $140) and save even moreClass covers an overview of glass properties and fusing techniques, a demo of glass cutting and how to lay glass in artistic patternsFollowed by a hands-on session to make a dichroic glass jewelry piece, decorative tile, wind chime or suncatcherMake larger pieces such as serving platters for an additional chargeIncludes basic glass materials and one firing; colored glasses bases and slumping services (shaping the flat base) are extraNote: Pieces will be ready for pick up in about 10 daysTerms and ConditionsNot valid on products. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included. Cannot combine with any other offer. Must use in one visit. Valid during merchant's operating class hours.