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Offers classes in a variety of techniques including drawing and painting.
ArtPlay, the education and outreach initiative of UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, endeavors to educate, inspire, and nurture creative growth and self-expression in people of all ages by providing innovative arts education programming in a collaborative and holistic environment. (from website)
Offers a variety of classes for adults and children including gardening, flower arranging, painting, crafts, and cooking.
The Museum offers a variety of art classes for adults and children throughout the year.
This art supply store offers classes in drawing, painting, and other topics for children and adults.
Contact your local store for information on a variety of arts and crafts classes.
Offers a variety of non-credit adult classes including photography, crafts, writing, and languages.
Offers classes in acrylic painting.
Contact a store convenient to you for information on classes in various arts and crafts. 1765 Montgomery Hwy S, Birmingham - (205) 987-9591; 1632 Gadsden Hwy, Birmingham - (205) 661-2818; 5271 Highway 280 S, Birmingham - (205) 981-6749
Offers classes in drawing, painting, and pottery for beginners to advanced students.
Samford After Sundown non-credit programs offer opportunities for personal and professional development administered through Samford University's Metro Programs. Classes are offered in a broad array of areas, including art, music, and languages.
Bring your favorite beverage and paint a picture along with Wendy LoVoy or one of her instructors as they show you step-by-step how to paint a beautiful masterpiece that you will take home at the end of the evening. There are three locations in town: Southside, Cahaba Heights, and Trussville. (adapted from web site)
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens is hosting the Southern Institute of Photography, a new collaborative venture between BBG Education and some of Birmingham’s finest photographers. Under the direction of master photographer, Paul Franklin, classes covering a wide range of subjects will be offered year-round.
SOE offers arts education to area youth. The "City Center Art" program brings children ages 6-18, primarily from area public housing communities, to participate in after-school and summer art programs taught by practicing artists
Founded in 1989 with the mission of providing free art classes to children and adults with autism, Asperger's, or mental illness.
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