Artists always want muses without realizing they are a big responsibility, demanding regular walks, a ticket to every sunset, and smoothies made of old pastels and greek yogurt. Cultivate creativity an easier way with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $349 for a private art-themed event for up to ten (up to a $750 value)
Clients share their ideas with Art by the Glazz’s staffers, who then set up and coordinate the private event and take care of the cleanup afterward. Private events encourage bonding through creative art projects and can be held for an array of occasions, such as birthdays, baby showers, and reunions. In particular, the team-building event helps strengthen camaraderie among coworkers and management through icebreaker activities, competitions, and interpretive art projects, which can be completed with guidance from an onsite artist. The team-building package includes art supplies and a complimentary glass of wine for each person. View other types of event packages here.
- $54 for a three-hour adult painting session for two (a $110 value)
- $27 for a three-hour adult painting session for one (a $55 value)
Held in a private room in a restaurant setting, local artists guide themed painting sessions, and customers can purchase drinks and food at the onsite cash bar. Participants receive a complimentary glass of wine, cocktail shots, and samples of fried dough with powdered sugar and chocolate sauce. All materials are included, and customers bring home their finished pieces. This deal is only valid for sessions valued at $55, such as Moody Stream (Saturday, February 9), Winter’s Caress (Thursday, February 21), or On The Water III (Sunday, February 24). View the schedule and FAQ page.
Art by the Glazz
Supplying all materials, Art By The Glazz's artist-led painting sessions kindle brush-wielding talents during hour-and-a-half sessions. Aprons protect against stray paint, but Art By The Glazz still recommends wearing old clothes. After engaging with music, laughing, and winning game prizes, each artist takes their finished masterpieces home, ready to be mounted on a wall or hung from the dining-room chandelier.