Art-jamming is typically unguided, but we understand that not everyone is comfortable being left to free roam. This is a fully guided session, but you will have complete freedom to decide what you want to paint and the outcome you want to achieve. Our instructors will do our best to help you maximise your experience in this guided art-jam session.
What it includes
Choice of 45x45cm or 30x30cm canvas
A carrier bag for you to store and bring home your masterpiece
All painting tools and materials provided for use onsite (acrylic paints, brushes, palette, apron, water, etc)
What can you paint
To get you started, you may find it easier to have a reference picture to follow. At our studio, we have postcard-sized references in various themes for you to get inspiration from. You can also prepare your own reference before coming down.
You are free to decide what you want to paint and our instructor will guide you closely step-by-step throughout the painting process. At any point of time, there will be a cap of 6 students per instructor.
No upper limit but we would recommend that kids be at least 6 years and above to enable them to enjoy the session.
How to reserve a slot
You can reserve a 2.5 or 2 hours slot anytime within our opening hours, subject to availability. Our opening hours as follows:
Tuesday to Friday: 1pm to 9.30pm
Saturday to Sunday: 11am to 7pm
First, WhatsApp/Telegram us at +65 8922 6046 to check on the availability of your desired time slot for the number of pax attending. Next, make payment here, then send us a screenshot of payment completed or let us know your order number. Once payment is confirmed, we will put you down in the schedule.
Reservation is only confirmed once payment is made, otherwise you will be considered as a walk-in customer and will be subject to the availability of seats at the point of walk-in.
#B1-57, City Gate, 371 Beach Road, Singapore 199597
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Guided Painting
What do we as attendees learn from the guided session? We focus on guiding you to achieve the specific look needed for your painting, as opposed to doing teaching classroom-style with generic techniques, as we wish to steer away from a fixed, structured curriculum. There is also a limit as to how much you can learn within a short span of 2 or 2.5 hours. Our objective is to maximise the value of your experience by focusing guidance in areas which are needed most.
Do you touch up kids' paintings? No, as a matter of principle we avoid or minimise touching up especially if we think it would be unrealistic for kids to be able to achieve certain effects. We believe that the artwork should truly reflect the child's efforts.
Will I be able to complete within one session? Most of the time, yes. However, it really depends on your expectation of the outcome (i.e., how detailed you expect your painting to be). It also depends on your speed of painting, and from experience this could vary very widely.