3 ways to experience the arts in Huntsville this winter

Huntsville Museum of Art
The Huntsville Museum of Art offers exhibits and art classes. (Nathan Watson / The Bama Buzz)

The weather has turned bitterly cold in Huntsville, and we’re looking for ways to enjoy the city without being subjected to the elements. Thankfully, Huntsville is full to the brim with unique experiences, and we’ve found three ways to flex your creative muscle indoors this winter.

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1. Take it all in at the Huntsville Museum of Art

A Huntsville staple for more than 50 years now, the Huntsville Museum of Art has something to offer creatives of all ages.

Activities include:

Admission is $12 for adults, $5 for children and students and $10 for seniors, military and educators.

2. Paint + sip at Pinot’s Palette

Pinot's Palette
Pinot’s Palette in Huntsville offers public and private sip + paint events. (Photo via Pinot’s Palette Huntsville on Facebook)

If paint and sip is more your style, Pinot’s Palette in the Village of Providence offers public classes, private events and paint at home opportunities.

Here are some quick facts about Pinot’s Palette:

  • Private parties are available for all ages.
  • Teens ages 13-17 are permitted in public classes as long as they have a paid seat + are accompanied by someone 18+.
  • The shop offers beer, wine and a selection of non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Register online for public events, starting at around $30/guest.

3. Learn to throw clay at DesignByHart’s Pottery Studio

Pottery a made in a beginner class at DesignByHart Pottery Studio. (Photo via DesignByHart Pottery Studio on Facebook)

If your goal is to create art you can use, why not try out pottery at DesignByHart? The studio is located inside Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment and offers regular classes for pottery beginners. Sign up and learn:

  • painting
  • pottery basics
  • wheel-throwing

The studio also offers after school art classes for kids, special date night classes, and intermediate pottery classes for those looking to sharpen their skills. Classes start at $35 and have limited availability, so act fast if you’re interested.

Have you tried any of these spots out? Tell us all about it on Facebook and Instagram.

Emily Phillips
Emily Phillips
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