There’s no better city for this art and wine combo than in Prague. Not an artist? No problem. Our step-by-step workshops come with practice rounds to get you comfortable before diving into the real thing. In just a few hours, you’ll learn and apply all the basics to create your own artwork to take home. All materials and superhero capes are provided.
Sun Feb 2
11 AM - 1 PM
At your workplace or ours?
Birthdays, groups, min 4 ppl
You want 'em, we've got 'em
600 CZK - Everything Included
The venue will depend on the size of the group and is easily accessible by transport (either at Mustek or Palmovka).
Note: Workshops can also take place in local cafes or parks.
The exact location will always be confirmed in your reservation email.
My job is to make sure you feel comfortable enough to allow yourself to try your best. The workshops are tailored for beginners, with an introduction on basic painting techniques, practice rounds, careful step-by-step instructions, and a friendly space to discover and express your creativity. After teaching over 500 people how to paint in Prague (95% who were beginners), I found that you can surely surprise yourself – and have a lot of fun at the same time.
Contact me about when you’d like to paint and for how many people. We’ll then discuss the time options together and decide on a venue based on your group’s size (minimum of 3 painters). Once I receive the reservation payment (600 CZK / person) via bank transfer or PayPal, I’ll send you a bunch of artistic images to choose from for your workshop’s painting theme. The last step is to let me know who prefers red vs white wine – and you’re all set!
Yes. At the moment, all of our painting workshops are held in English. If English is not your first language and you are worried about the level, write to me. As an English language teacher for several years, I am able to kindly support and adapt to you as needed.
All you need is a positive attitude – everything else will be prepared for you.
Consider bringing a large loose-fit bag to carry your artwork in to go home (optional).