Book a creative and unique event with a collaborative painting class from Anahata Collaborative. Located in Minneapolis's Lyn-Lake neighborhood, Anahata Collaborative facilitates a different kind of painting workshop—one that has nothing to do with what you go home with and everything to do with how you feel while you're painting. When your guests arrive, they'll take their seats and spend the first half of the experience trying new supplies like paint, pastels, glitter, papers and more. The group will collaborate by putting down many layers on your canvas. The group works together on all the paintings so that every single one will look different from the one that precedes it. Guests will have the last couple hours to work on their painting once it is returned to them and complete it. The event is slower paced, leaving time for paint to dry between layers and guests to enjoy wine and delicious bites. If you're looking for a way to foster connections with your coworkers and let your artistic side shine, a collaborative painting class at Anahata Collaborative is the perfect way to do just that.
Stationed Hors d’Oeuvres
Mini Spam Bites - SPAM and dill pickle rolled in cream cheese and covered in panko and potato chip breading
Latin Kisses - grilled jalapenos stuffed with cream cheese, wrapped in bacon and dusted in browns sugar
Mac n' Cheese - cavatappi noodles covered in a creamy white American cheese sauce. Topped with brioche bread crumbs
Bacon Blucy - stuffed with smoked cheddar cheese and thick-cuts bacon bits
Merriam Park - stuffed with bleu cheese and garlic, topped with red currant jelly
Key Lime Truffle Bites
Peanut Butter Truffle Bites
Beer and Wine
Beer: Two local offerings
Wine: Red and white
2836 Lyndale Ave S
The collaboration: At Anahata Collaborative, everyone works on everyone's canvas, so everyone's finished piece has a contribution from everyone in attendance.
The creativity: Anahata Collaborative has tons of materials to choose from—everything from paint to pastels to glitter to papers—to ensure that you can create something that's distinctly "you."