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Canvas Connections: A Corporate Painting Event


In today’s fast-paced corporate world, it’s increasingly important to find innovative ways to encourage creativity, reduce stress, and promote a positive workplace culture. This painting workshop is curated with these goals in mind, providing a unique opportunity for team members to step back from their daily routines, explore their creativity, and build stronger connections with their colleagues.


Here’s what makes Sophie’s Artworld stand out:


• Tailored Experiences: The workshop is customised to meet your team’s specific needs and objectives, ensuring an experience that resonates with everyone.

• Expert Guidance: Led by Glasgow School of Arts graduate with Distinction in Masters in Fine Arts, painting pathway. Workshops caters to all skill levels, promising an enjoyable and educational experience for beginners and seasoned painters alike.

• All Materials Provided: I will supply all necessary materials, making the experience hassle-free for participants.

• Enhanced Team Bonding: My workshops are designed to enhance collaboration and communication among team members, fostering a stronger, more cohesive team.

• Flexible Scheduling: I offer workshops at various times, including during office hours, after work, or as part of team-building retreats, to best suit your team’s schedule.


I would be thrilled to collaborate with your company to host a painting workshop for your team. Whether you’re looking to celebrate a milestone, kick off a project with some creative brainstorming, or simply offer your team a chance to relax and connect, our workshops provide a memorable and impactful experience.



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Objective: To foster team-building and personal expression through painting.




• Aimed at all levels of painting abilities.

• Group size of 20-30 participants to maintain an intimate yet dynamic setting.


Venue Setup:


• Location: A spacious, well-lit room with natural light if possible, offering an inspiring view or a blank canvas for imagination.

• Seating Arrangement: Round tables to encourage interaction, with 4-5 participants per table. Each table will have a set of painting supplies: acrylic paints, brushes of various sizes, mixing palettes, water jars, and canvas boards.

• Inspiration Station: A corner of the room featuring art books, prints of famous paintings, and mood boards to inspire participants.

• Showcase Area: Space to display completed works, enabling a gallery walk at the end of the workshop.




1. Introduction (30 minutes)


• Welcome speech by the host, outlining the objective and schedule.

• Ice-breaker activity to foster a comfortable and open environment.

• Brief introduction to painting techniques by the lead artist, focusing on creativity rather than technical skill.


2. Painting Session (2 hours 15 minutes)


• Part 1: Individual Exploration (1 hour) - Participants start on their canvas, exploring individual creativity with the option for one-on-one guidance from assisting artists.

• Tea Break (15 minutes) - A short break for refreshments and informal chatting, encouraging sharing of ideas and progress.

• Part 2: Collaborative Creation (1 hour) - Participants are encouraged to collaborate with their table or another participant to merge ideas or create complementary pieces.


3. Reflection and Sharing (45 minutes)


• Participants are invited to share their artwork and the story or idea behind it, fostering a sense of achievement and mutual appreciation.

• Group discussion on the experience, what was learned, and how it felt to engage in creative collaboration.


4. Gallery Walk and Closing (30 minutes)


• All artworks are displayed in the showcase area.

• Participants and organisers walk through the gallery, discussing and appreciating the works.

• Closing speech by the host, thanking participants, and discussing the possibility of future creative events.

• Optional: Voting on ‘Most Inspirational Piece’ with a fun, symbolic prize.


Additional Notes:


• Materials: Ensure extra supplies are available. Consider eco-friendly and non-toxic materials to promote sustainability.

• Photography: Designate a team member to take photos during the event for a follow-up newsletter or internal communication, capturing the process, the artworks, and the participants’ engagement.

• Follow-up: After the event, share photos, participant feedback, and perhaps a short video highlighting key moments of the workshop, reinforcing the positive experience and the value of creativity and teamwork.


This plan balances structured activities with freedom for personal expression, ensuring a memorable and enriching experience for participants, conducive to both personal growth and team building.

Cost: £100 per person

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