Here at Flipside, we want to make your visit with us as comfortable, easy, educational, and fun as possible. Here are some of the questions we answer frequently, but if you have more questions, please fill out the form at the bottom and we will contact you by phone or email as soon as possible.
What art supplies do I need to buy before attending a class?
All materials are provided for students; however, you may want to bring your own sketchbook so that you will have any sketches or notes together in one place! We do sell all the supplies that we use in our classes if you want to work with your own tools.
Do I need to have any experience before taking a class?
If a class is intended for advanced students, it will be noted in the class description. However, most of our classes are designed for students with any level of experience, including no experience!
Do you offer private parties or special events?
Yes! We would love to celebrate with you at Flipside! We can do birthday parties, bridal/baby showers, girls night out, and more! We will even work with you to come up with a custom work of art for your guests to create that fits your event!
How do I use a Groupon Code?
Groupon Codes are redeemed as Discount Codes (or Coupons) in the Chekcout. When you are checking out, simply type your Groupon Code in the Discount aree below your classes on the right side of the screen.
What are some benefits of doing private art lessons?
Private art lessons are excellent for students who want a more intimate experience with any medium. We hone in on skills that the student learned in a workshop or class and take it five steps further. These lessons will advance your child further with their creative and artistic skills.
Where should I park to drop my child off?
There is a convenient parking garage right across the street as well as parking meters on the street.
Am I required to stay while my child is in a class or taking art lessons?
Not at all; it is best for the student to be focused on their art and expressing themselves and not having to divide their attention between their art and their parents.