Kids Art Class Deals in Pittsburgh
Appreciate the city's liquid treasures as only a true 'burgher can with today's deal from Steel City Rowing Club in Verona: Pay $125 for one week of full-day camp (regularly $250). Help your kids get their sea legs with wildlife, art, and puppet-theater themed camps for ages 8 to 11, or, camps on rowing, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing for 12 to 14. Camp runs throughout June and July for the younger kids and through September for older kids, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. Or, pay $25 for a punchcard for five fitness classes, available until August 13, including boot camp, kickboxing, social rowing, yoga, and more (a $50 value). Get your own feet wet with Learn to Row class for $35 -- four sessions for ages 19 and older, or six sessions for ages 12 to 18 (regularly $75), where you'll learn basic rowing and boat-handling technique -- prove your mettle is stronger than steel.
Learning a new skill is useful, especially if it means a promotion to a front-of-the-horse costume. Go to the head of the class with this Groupon. $25 for a Make It and Take It Art Extravaganza Workshop Covering Photography, Photoshop, Ceramics, or Screen Printing ($50 Value) Classes take place from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Choose from the following dates: Thursday, August 30 Thursday, September 6 Thursday, October 11 Participants will work in one of the art center’s four studios—photography, digital, ceramics, or design—to learn about each workshop’s respective art medium, and to create their own pieces of artwork to ...
It's all about thinking outside the box and getting your hands dirty at Little House Big Art, the charming Polish Hill art studio bathed in a rainbow of colors: • $20 ($50 value) for a one-hour pottery-making class • Includes one pound of clay, glaze, and two firings (bisque and glaze firing) • One-on-one instruction on handbuilding techniques, different tools, and glaze tricks • PittsburghMom loves the relaxed, welcoming atmosphere -- don't be afraid to make a mess Want more? Check out Little House Big Art on Facebook.