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Pinot & Picasso have also adapted their offerings. They’re streaming free classes on Facebook from their collective of studios. You can try your hand at painting rolling ocean waves, the northern lights, silhouetted palm trees that evoke California dreaming and even sessions catered to kids to keep their little hands busy. To gear you up to unleash the artists within, Pinot & Picasso have pulled together Art Boxes ($69.95, includes materials for two people) and are shipping them all over Australia. Sessions generally run on Friday and Saturday nights from 7pm AEST, with some lazy Sunday afternoon and mid-week sessions also scheduled.
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Locals wanting something different to do at home have been improving their artistic flair by snapping up Art Boxes produced by Pinot & Picasso in Penrith.
The Pinot & Picasso studio in Penrith is closed due to Coronavirus restrictions, but that hasn’t stopped the business from operating.
They’ve moved classes online, with locals tuning in via Facebook Live to make the most of their Art Box.
The Art Box includes a canvas, paint, brushes, circular palette, a Naked Wines voucher plus a Pinot & Picasso Colour Wheel and a $50 discount code to an in-studio session in the future.
Co-owner James Crowe said he’s remained positive through the uncertain times of the Coronavirus pandemic.
“We’ve felt extremely optimistic about the changes. It’s forced us to move and swerve in directions we hadn’t intended to in such a short amount of time, but have really banded together as a team to get this service moving,” he said.
“Pinot & Picasso have always been of the opinion that luck is really what you make it in times like these. It’s how you adapt to adversity that shapes your business moving forward.”
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Pinot & Picasso is taking its studio-based art classes online and heading for a brand new market: virtual team building.
Director James Crowe told Inside Franchise Business “We’re launching virtual team building to break into businesses spread between homes.”
It’s a great way to consolidate team culture, he said.
“It’s closest to providing studio environment while everyone is confined to home and it opens up a dialogue to do something with work mates. ”
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