Paint With Caleb classes can be held as both public and private events. These fun and creative classes are fantastic for parties, work events, team-building, or just a fun time with friends! Below are answers to some frequently asked questions.
How do I request a Paint With Caleb event?
Please visit the contact page and fill out the corresponding form. We will contact you regarding your request, give you a quote, and plan the event.
What materials are provided?
We supply all the materials needed (except tables and chairs). Each painter will be provided the following materials:
- Paints (Acrylic)
- Cups for Water
- Plates (to use as a palette)
- Drop Cloths
- Table Cloths
- Paper Towels
-Coolers of Water (to rinse out brushes, unless a sink is accessible)
- 2-3 hours of fun painting instruction
What do I need to provide?
What is the age range?
Caleb teaches adults and children!
Open-to-the-public events are typically for ages 12+
Private events can be taught to adults, and children as young as 5 years old! (Note: It is preferable that those painting in children's groups be similar in age so everyone can learn at a similar pace. However, this is not a requirement).
How much does it cost?
The price for open-to-the-public events varies, but admission typically costs $25-$35 per person.
The price for private events varies, but admission typically costs $25-$35 per person, with an additional traveling fee to cover the cost of transportation. The amount will be determined after the request is submitted.
Group discounts and additional canvas size options are available. Call 801-550-3116 for more details.
For regular paint nights canvases are usually 11x14, although special arrangements can be made to paint on 16x20 or other sizes.
How many people can paint at each event?
For open-to-the-public events, the number of painters varies and depends on the space of the location
For private events, the minimum number of painters is 6 and the current maximum number of painters is 30. (*Note: The maximum number of painters may be increased in the future)
Can I host an open-to-the-public Paint With Caleb event at my business?