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Adult Creative Retreat: Loosen Up! Art Exploration

Adult Creative Retreat: Loosen Up! Art Exploration

Regular price $300.00
Regular price Sale price $300.00
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Bring your team, office, book club or BFF inner circle to the Oil and Cotton Art Studio for a relaxed and inspiring creative experience.

Loosen Up! Art Exploration
Class Time: approximately 1.5 -2 hrs.
Cost: $25 per person + 300 rental fee
Enjoy some time letting your guard down and exploring the fun of making marks. This childlike approach to drawing and painting will allow your team to get to know each other, laugh, and find commonality in play. We will introduce you to some of our favorite art tools and mediums, inviting you to discover new ways to use them and truly tap into your creative side. This experience is definitely for the bold, quite possibly beautiful.

Contact us at 972-373-4528 or with questions and to secure your party date and time. Our calendar fills up quickly, early booking is recommended.

-You may arrive 15-30 before event to set up
- Our teaching staff of friendly artists will begin the art project after all of your guests arrive
-The project lasts 60 to 90 minutes

Our space can accommodate approximately 20-25 adults
-A $250 deposit covers a 1.5 hour event with 30 minutes for set up and clean up (2 hours total) and is required to hold the date.
-$750 Day rate is available on Thursdays and Fridays
-Deposit is non-refundable
- The project fee per participant is due on the day of the event. The fee is dependent upon the project and material cost.
-Decorations, food and beverages are welcome
-We respectfully ask that you leave our space as you found it

“Oil and Cotton was the perfect place for a staff retreat. Shannon and Kayli graciously and enthusiastically welcomed us into their bright building—even before their grand opening! They inspired our team with their creative space and mission; leading us in a fun silk-screen book project that supported a relaxed, social atmosphere and opened our minds for the business discussions that followed.”

– Nicole Stutzman, Dallas Museum of Art.

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