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Kid’s Painting Birthday Parties

One of the major events held at Art on Tap are kid’s birthday parties. Painting parties are a great, fun choice for a child’s birthday. The instruction/painting keeps kid’s occupied and provides enough structure that they can complete a project within party time that can be brought home and displayed! The studio hosts parties on both Saturdays and Sundays in 2 hour increments. Anytime between 10am-6pm can be booked for a private event. For all birthday parties the guest of honor is welcome to choose from the existing selection of paintings, or come up with a custom theme. From Frozen to puppies, Art on Tap can create a painting for virtually any theme. For kid friendly parties an Art on Tap instructor teaches for approximately 75-90 minutes, and the rest of the time is yours to enjoy refreshments, dancing, presents, or whatever else you can come up with. We do have the occasional kid conga line through the studio.

Benefits to choosing a painting party include:

1) It’s fun! Painting is a great activity for any age range. We recommend ages 5-6+ for birthday parties but have certainly found younger kids to be just as successful. Our age recommendation is based upon attention span.

2) NO Clean-up. We do the work for you. We set up, break down, and clean up, leaving you free to enjoy the time with your child.

3) All supplies are included. All that you need to bring is your party (and cake if you want to!).

4) You get something to take home. Most parties cost in the $20-25 range per child and while they may be fun for a couple of hours, there’s very little to show for them afterward (other than the occasional broken noisemaker). At Art on Tap your child will create a piece of art on a 16×20 canvas that you can take home and hang up proudly.

Birthday painting parties generally book 2-8 weeks in advance, and all custom painting requests must be made no more than one week out from the party date. Get signed up today!

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