If you're looking for art entertainment beyond the traditional paint party experience. We've got you covered...
Gather your friends, pick a theme and create a masterpiece. No art experience required!
Art on the Gogh offer guided painting sessions for your friends and family in the comfort (and safety) of your own home. Hosts provide the food and drinks, and Art on the Gogh supply all the art equipment (paint, easels, palettes, aprons, canvases) and ensure the set-up and clean-up is 100% stress-free.
You’ll be able to enjoy painting while you listen to your favorite music, talk and laugh with your friends and family, all in the comfort of the venue of your choice.
Each 2-hour guided session is priced at $75 per head. Art on the Gogh also offers a 1-hour guided session for children's parties and family catch-ups at $40 per head. A minimum booking of 6 is required. (Current COVID restrictions may dictate the amount of people per booking. See Art on the Gogh’s https://www.instagram.com/art_onthegogh/ Instagram for updates.)
For children's parties, Art on the Gogh have a wide range of artworks to choose from - especially designed for kids to paint. They also take special requests and the lead artist and founder is a trained Primary School Teacher with years of experience keeping little ones engaged and having fun while learning a new skill.
Art on the Gogh isn’t your standard art class for children or a standard Paint and Sip. The Art on the Gogh vision is to not only to share their artistic skills and techniques with you, but ensure all guests have a great time which will be captivating and memorable. Their goal is for you to walk away from each session feeling successful, and most importantly having had an amazing time with Art on the Gogh.
Follow @art_onthegogh on Instagram for bookings, how the sessions work, pricing and behind-the-scenes teasers.
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