Caught an art bug? Greenville has several places where you can paint, draw and create next time you need something to do indoors. There are pottery studios, open art sessions, paint parties, classes and so much more. Little art lovers have no reason to be bored on a rainy day! Here’s a list of some art studios and facilities in and near Greenville. Happy painting!
Looking for more places where kids can make art in Greenville? Here’s a list of 13 art studios, plus classes, cafes and special places where art is on the menu.
Looking for more things to do inside in Greenville? Check out our giant Indoor Guide to Greenville. You’ll find everything from trampoline parks to roller skating and bowling alleys.
Offers: Vino and Van Gogh offers art classes for adults and children as well as private parties and events.
The Treehouse Cafe and Studio offers sandwiches, sides, coffee and treats with toys, coloring, painting and crafts for children and families. An art teacher is available to work with your child on crafts and painting projects you can purchase at the studio.
See our review of the TReehouse Cafe and Studio.
Offers: Visit local artist gallery exhibits Tuesday through Saturday. Each first Friday (6-9 pm), a free art activity is available for children.
PurrPoseful Art Studio offers a wide array of art classes for children between the ages of 8 and 18 who have a love for animals and a passion for art! Summer Camps are also available.
Offers: Paint your own pottery with drop-in times, story time and other events, group events and camps.
The Greenville County Museum of Art also offers family-friendly Sunday programs at 2 pm as well as occasional children’s art workshops and camps. There is no admission fee to visit this museum!
ReCraft GVL is a creative reuse center for all things that can be used for crafting!
The center offers reuse retail, a Makerspace to make crafts, a donation station, special events, and special programs.
ReCraft works to repurpose and upcycle reusable materials by diverting these materials that would ultimately end up in landfills back into the retail environment in a creative way.