Kids Art Class Deals in Indianapolis
Your kids can make a masterpiece out of macaroni, and they've been known to blend all their side dishes into some seriously abstract art. Keep the creative juices flowing for the whole family with a three-course dinner and art class at Signature at the Indianapolis Propylaeum for $28 (a $60 value). Two adults and two kids can enjoy a delicious dinner with soup or salad, a meat dish or vegetarian option, and dessert (there's also a kids menu for the little ones). Post-meal, you and your mini Monets will delight in creating a work of art with the help of local artists, and everyone gets to take their painting home. With 2.5 hours of food and artsy family fun, we're sure both palettes and palates will be pleased.
Summer's no time to let your kids stagnate, and with today's deal from The Art Lab, they'll be in for a brush with greatness. Spend $62 to enroll your mini maestro age 8 or older in a one-week summer art camp (a $125 value). This locally owned art studio on East 54th Street offers fun-filled sessions in which kids experiment with a broad range of materials and techniques like pastels, clay, paint, and collage. Each Monday-through-Friday session is themed in a different way and offers budding artsts the chance to learn about everything from animals and real-life artists to cupcakes and aircrafts. Or, for $99, book a two-hour birthday bash for up to ten kids (a $200 value). Your party includes a private art class and plenty of time for parent-supplied cake and presents. Along with a goodie bag, every child takes own his or her finished masterpiece -- plus the necessary inspiration to really keep those creative juices flowing. Want more? Check out The Art Lab on Facebook.
If your little one's creativity goes beyond crayons, then let today's deal unleash their inner creativity when you discover A Space to Create, downtown Zionsville's kid-friendly art studio: • $12 ($24 value) for two art classes • Kids get to experiment with paint, pastels, drawing techniques, and more • Owner Jenny Tucker incorporates art history and famous painters in her lessons