Step into a 17th century Renaissance palace for a chance to escape the crowds and learn how to paint, while sipping on local Italian wine and savoring a selection of local snacks.
While touring Rome, you are sure to encounter masterpieces from renowned artists like Michelangelo and Raphael. As a result, you may feel inspired to immerse yourself in the artistic culture that they lived in Rome. Get the chance to learn from an expert art instructor the same techniques that led them to create world famous masterpieces, even if you have no prior art experience.
Discover a sense of inspiration from the beauty of Rome to create your own art souvenir in the eternal city. All while enjoying the fabulous company of new friends, delectable Italian wines and an array of local flavors.
Our experienced and passionate art teachers will be there to help through different painting techniques and helpful tricks in order to help forge something truly special.
Availability: daily at 3pm
Duration: 2.5 hours
Meeting point: Piazza Farnese, 00186 (near Campo dei Fiori) by the green kiosk
- Meet and Greet
- Welcome drink
- Class with an Art historian
- Local Italian snacks
- Canvas, brushes and paints
- Paint set (brushes, paint, canvas etc.)
- Opportunity to learn to paint during a hands-on social art class
- An expert art instructor to lead the class
- Chance to be artistically inspired in the Eternal City
- A selection of locally curated snacks and bites
- Local italian wine to enjoy while you paint
- Private tour option available. For more Information or/ and inquiries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Highly reccomend this for a fun night in Rome. My friend and I had a wonderful time, drinking wine socialising and “trying to paint!”
"a great alternative "
We were looking for an aperitivo and stumbled across this and figured we’d give it a try . The art instructor was really good even though all of us were complete amateurs , we took advantage of the unlimited wine, and the Italian snacks were great also! We all left with painting that were half decent also, no one could quite figure out how . Defintely give it a go if you’re in Rome