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Hen’s Night Party ideas – Nude Life Model Drawing / Painting

Visual Arts Centre Bachelorette Party Art Jamming

Are you organising your perfect Hen’s Night Party? Why not make your night an interesting one with our wide selection of Hen’s night activities at the Visual Arts Centre! Instead of going with conventional idea of hitting the club or hiring a male stripper, why not try something more tasteful and have a memorable time in Nude Life Model Drawing/Painting!  This would surely be a fun, once-in-a-lifetime party for all!

Our Hen’s Night Nude Life Model Drawing/Painting Party is suitable for all over 18 years old! Fret not if you do not have any art experience as this session is a fun and relaxing freestyle drawing/painting party. In addition, you may request for an art instructor’s guidance if you need it. This eventful evening party lasts for 2.5 Hours, you may come dressed to the theme of your party and bring simple decorations and photo-taking props! Let your hair down and allow your bridesmaids to bond with each other over this new experience as well!

Visual Arts Centre Bachelorette Party Art Jamming

1) Nude Life/ Portrait Drawing Session

Not only is this out of the norm and unique, it is also a class above hiring normal male strippers to surprise the bride-to-be.  A hen’s night party like that might even throw her way out of her element and her comfort zone. Needless to say the whole party could go south real fast!

Visual Arts Centre Bachelorette Party Art Jamming

What to expect for a Nude Life/ Portrait Drawing Session

Time/ Duration: 2H

Hen’s Night Workshop outline:

  • Settle down in studio along with the bride-to-be and other beautiful bridesmaids. You are free to bring along wine and food of your choice to make it as wild as you like!
  • The studio will be set up just right for the workshop, where all of you will be surrounding the model.
  • Model will either be doing some short poses or a long pose, with some breaks in between. During his/her pose, you will all be observing him/her facial features and/or details on his/her body.
  • At the end of the workshop, bond over this new experience and bring back home the masterpieces you created that night!

Why is Nude Life/ Portrait Drawing Session at Visual Arts Centre a good idea for Hen’s Night?

1.It is something so unconventional and unique that the bride-to-be and other bridesmaid will definitely remember!

With everyone being so hell-bent on clubbing and getting drunk, the bride-to-be and other bridesmaids will definitely thank you for being so creative. A perfect Hen’s Night Party that is refined but also with the right amount of cheekiness and fun.

2.Using the Hen’s Night to experience something new!

While the Hen’s Night is all about the bride-to-be, it will also be killing two birds with one stone if you and the other bridesmaids are able to get something out of the party. Perhaps you might find your hidden talent for art during this nude drawing session! Most importantly, having the whole group do something that no one has ever done before is a sure way to bond and have something to talk about in years to come.

3.The whole workshop will be planned out and all materials will be provided!

Gone are those worries that you have to plan everything – from knowing where to hire the model (where do you even begin?) to finding a room for the activity to take place. Don’t worry, we have got you covered! We will provide everything for you, so just let us know you preferred timings, so just sit back, relax and simply come on the day itself.

If you, bride-to-be prefer more than Hen’s  Night Drawing Party, look no further! Explore our various interesting ART JAMMING themes and activities below! 

Visual Arts Centre Bachelorette Party Art Jamming
Visual Arts Centre Bachelorette Party Art Jamming
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1) Chinese Fan Painting (with option of traditional costume play!) 

This is a two and a half hour Chinese Fan Painting workshop, with the option of additional half an hour of photo-taking and celebration!

Art Jamming - Fan-painting
Art Jamming - Fan-painting

2) Acrylic Painting with Friends – Art Jamming Party!

Learn Acrylic Painting and take up this fully guided and individually tailored course. Create a cohesive variation of works in your own small group that you and your friends will be proud of or up to your own creativity!

visual arts centre Acrylic Painting with Friends – Art Jamming Party!

3)Tote Bag Painting

Create your own design on a tote bag! Using acrylic paint, we will sketch out and paint out whatever characters or symbols that we like and have a very useful bag for you to bring around! Make your very own bag today!

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4)Batik Painting

Learn the traditional Javanese Painting style with the usage of wax and cloth. Create abstract flowers with vibrant colours under the guidance of a Batik master! Bring home your very own Batik Painting home!

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2) Creative Art Jamming Session

We understand that nude life drawing/ Portrait Drawing Session is not everyone’s cup of tea so we have many more art related activities that are equally interesting!

You and your girlfriends can take on the challenge during this Creative Art Jamming session to complete a beautiful artwork of your own! What’s fun is that you and the other bridesmaids can plan what you want to draw beforehand and present them as gifts to the bride-to-be. Alternatively, all of you can challenge yourself and randomly choose a theme on the day itself and paint something based in that theme.

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Singapore 238469

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