What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We offer a free instrument when you sign up for 3 months or more of lessons! Ask us how!
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Bring your own guitar and bring a notebook to take notes.
Hope to jam with you soon!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I love music and my entire family has music in their background.
We have patient teachers ready to work with you one on one now!
What do you love most about your job?
I love that I get to teach music for a living and give this gift to people!
Artist Sharen Chatterton opens up her personal work studio to outside artists, offering a full schedule of art classes. Students can explore their own creativity with workshops and classes that cover visual art journaling, along with classes that teach stamp creating and mixed media collaging. When they're finished crafting kaleidoscopic roosters, fabric-adorned collages, and altered books that explode into pop-up paper bouquets, students can meander into the studio's boutique and away from their out-of-paintbrush experience. There, they can purchase their own art supplies to bring home, or peruse the work of Chatterton and other local artists.
While many people have the opportunity to peruse an artist's work at a gallery, they don't often get the chance to paint alongside them. But Wine and Palette brings admirers and creators together. Their classes, held at local cafes, restaurants, and bars, are led by talented local artists, who guide students of all artistic levels in re-creating one of their masterpieces step-by-step.
They encourage their students to experiment with light, shadow, and scale. This boosts self-expression and results in unique versions of cityscapes, animals, and still-life portraits with squirrel skulls instead of oranges.
At Racing Xtreme, thrill-seekers can hop behind the wheel of a high-performance racecar and floor it without ever worrying about crashing the multimillion-dollar machine. That's because Racing Xtreme relies on racing simulators to allow even novice drivers to operate some of the fastest cars in the world on some of the toughest tracks.
But although drivers can race against their friends, it's not like playing a video game. The advanced simulators are actually modeled after the same ones real racecar drivers use when they need to train for an event or to get to the post office when it first opens.
Mix cocktails and creativity, and you have the recipe for a fun night out. That's the philosophy at Wine and Paint Parties, a company that hosts pop-up art events at popular bars and restaurants throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Participants receive all the necessary supplies and instruction from a trained artist. Students nibble bites and sip on wine while recreating an image from Wine and Paint Parties' extensive gallery, which includes images inspired by Van Gogh, Steinlen, as well as originals by Wine and Paint Parties artists.
Rebecca Winters operates the BYOB painting studio Art in the Vine. In easy-to-follow classes aimed at artists young and old, Becca and her staff provide step-by-step instructions to create wall-ready paintings. Classes on Sunday - Thursday are open to children 14 and older and they must be accompanied by an adult painter. Children under the age of 18 cannot attend Friday or Saturday evening classes. Kidz classes are available for children ages 5 - 13 on Saturday mornings.