Get inspired while sipping on a fine glass of red, white, or rosé at these paint and grape workshops in Abu Dhabi
14 July 2023| Last updated on 14 July 2023
Enjoy a day of colours and flavours with Abu Dhabi's sip and paint classes.
With impressive art museums such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi and Etihad Modern Art Gallery, including art fairs and programmes, the UAE's capital has a vibrant scene to nurture and inspire your artistic creativity.
In this new addition to our guides for things to do in the UAE, we'll be taking a look at paint and grape sessions, an activity that has helped unleash many expats' artistic spirit over the years.
At these painting workshops in Abu Dhabi, guests enjoy the perfect blend of art, creativity and music while accompanied by exquisite grape beverages.
Here is a list of where to go for paint and grape classes in Abu Dhabi. Let's get inspired!
1. Paint and Grape Sessions with We Love Art
Check out We Love Art's Abu Dhabi sessions for paint and grape workshops in the capital. Painting supplies are provided for you to help you recreate your own rendition of a historic masterpiece while you enjoy some glasses of grape.
Sessions are AED 340 per person.
2. Paint and Grape Workshops at ARTfem
Next on our list of Abu Dhabi paint and grape classes is ARTfem, which hosts painting workshops in Dubai and other parts of the UAE. Their sessions typically include a guided painting experience for any skill level, painting materials, drinks, and a serving of accompanying bites to eat.
Visit ARTfem's official website for more information on their next painting workshop.
3. Sip and Paint with Design & Dine
Eat, drink, paint, and enjoy live entertainment while learning to create your own artwork with Design & Dine, available for both beginners and seasoned artists. Their painting sessions in Abu Dhabi also offers soft drink packages and afternoon tea events for those who'd prefer alternative options to grape.
Sessions start from AED 200 per guest. Visit Design & Dine's website for more information.
Image credit: Design and Dine