Art Parties for All
Birthday parties, paint & sip, teen parties, hens nights, company parties etc. hosted by Fusion Cre8tive.
Parties at Fusion Cre8tive are always unique because you get to choose from a selection of art project ideas which you and your guests get to create on this special day.
Your guests will all have fun creating a masterpiece that they will be thrilled to take home at the end of the party. Parties are hosted by an in-house artist who is passionate about art.
Our parties run for 180 minutes and are hosted at a date and time organised and confirmed by both parties.
The structure of our parties are as follows:
15 minutes to greet your guests.
120 minutes for a fully guided step-by-step painting class
30 minutes to enjoy food, cut the cake, take photos etc.
15 minutes for guests to collect their masterpieces 😊
The art studio only caters for one party at a time, so your function will be private.
To ensure the studio is clean and fresh for you when you arrive, we ask that you arrive no more than 10 minutes prior to your party start time. We also kindly request that you leave within 10 minutes of your finishing time to allow us to clean up for the next group of inspired artists.
The base package is limited to a minimum of 10 guests. Our studio can host up to 20 patrons (in line with current COVID restrictions, we will need all patrons to sign in on arrival).
This includes a dedicated use of the studio where a qualified artist will guide all the guests through the process of creating their masterpiece.
Coffee and tea will be provided for adults and you can BYO party food.
On confirmation, we will send through a private invite/link via ClassBento with the organised time and date.
Go to our Bookings tab and get inspired by our online listings with ClassBento.
We are excited to host your special day. Should you require more information please do not hesitate to contact studio artist, Karin Duarte from Fusion Cre8tive.
Mobile: 0430 805 069
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” – Maya Angelou