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Artsights’ Art workshops offer an inspiring and innovative alternative to conventional teambuilding experiences. These workshops will challenge and engage your colleagues in an environment that encourages and develops creative thinking and skills. Workshops are facilitated by an experienced Visual Arts teacher and practising artist.



  • We will work on in consultation with your organisation to tailoring the workshop to reflect your focus and requirements
  • A range of half and full day experiences are available.
  • Workshops can be integrated with other exercises or function as a standalone event.
  • Workshops can be held at our purpose fitted studio, your workplace, or a location of your choice
  • Based on a theme (determined in consultation with your business or organisation) your team will produce a collaborative art work which can be displayed in your workplace
  • All materials provided (there is a material cost per participant)
  • Catering can be arranged if required
  • Documentation of the workshop is available for your website, promotional material, magazine or newsletter



Team Portrait - A half day workshop working in pairs and collaboratively to produce portraits of team members.

Symbolic Snapshot - Working from a range of images participants produce a collaborative work which reflects the skills interests of individual team members.

A Thousand Words - Participants create a collaborative mixed media artwork using text and imagery based on a relevant theme.

Printmaking - A studio based workshop exploring printmaking processes (limited to 20 participants).



“There has been good feedback this end and the paintings are now hanging in a central location in our office and look really good, most days you will see people stopping to have a look at them.”

“People enjoyed it as it was something different for them to do (compared to the regular team building activities, treasure hunts, quiz nights etc) and we actually produced something tangible at the end of the day, something which the wider Council can also enjoy.”

“I think what was also important was the fact that you didn't have to be artistic to enjoy it and do a really good job. It also worked really well to fit its main purpose i.e. teambuilding. This was especially the case for people who were painting someone they hadn't previously met before.”