Urban Art Bar is at The Wheatsheaf Hotel, George St Thebarton on Tuesday 9th May 6.45pm and Tues 30th May
Urban Art Bar hosts social paint nights at your local Pub.
During the two and half hour class, a host artist guides guest’s in painting their interpretation to of their own creation.
All materials provided and no experience necessary. $50.00 pp.
Its a great fun night with friends, or meet new ones.
Put some creativity and fun into your next team building event, private party or fundraiser.
We offer great discounts for 15 or more people.
The next sessions are:
Start time: 6.45pm for a 7pm start to 9.30pm
Classes :Will be held at the following venues, dates and times:
Tuesday 9th May and Tues 30th May
The Wheatsheaf Hotel
Refreshments and food are not included, but can be purchased at the bar. $20 meal deal available.
Conditions: Payment is made at workshop. $50 per person. A deposit of $30 is required on booking.
Ph: Julie on 0423 601 894 for bookings. Limited places so book early.
Urban Art Bar will appeal to 18+ age groups.
The introductory $50 course fee is great value for money because it includes; a canvas, paint, the use of brushes and everything a wannabe artist may need over the two and half hours sessions. The goal is that all participants will go home with their finished canvas and a feeling of accomplishment whilst having a few laughs. Food and drink, whilst not included in the workshop price but will be available at the hotels.
Some feedback from participants:
‘Great teacher and host’
‘Enjoyed it very much’
‘Definitely recommend the experience to my friends’
‘I learnt new things, it was relaxed and the group was friendly’
‘Great Concept, Good atmosphere!’
‘I’m no Picasso but I always enjoyed art classes at school, so when I heard about the Urban Art Bar at the Oxford Hotel, I was eager to check it out. It was a great experience. All the materials were supplied and I felt comfortable asking questions and speaking about what I wanted to paint. The teacher was helpful and encouraging and gave some excellent tips on style and brushwork. Then I was free to play with my creativity while sipping a glass of my favourite wine.
There’s something relaxing and even therapeutic about painting and it’s even better around like-minded art enthusiasts. This is a great way to enjoy a hobby while making new friends. It was fun to work in a creative space while also having a chat and a laugh with the other participants. If you want to improve your art skills in a casual pub atmosphere go along to the Urban Art Bar.’
Ph: Julie on 0423 601 894 for bookings and enquiries.