Paint Nite: Big Dipper at Dawn
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
The original and all-time best-selling PAINT NITE by Yaymaker. Over 9 million tickets sold!
THIS IS A FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT! CHILDREN AGES 6+ AND ABOVE WELCOME TO ATTEND AND PAINT WITH PARENT CHAPERONE - PARENTS MUST PAINT - NO DROP OFFS.
ALL PAINTERS (INCLUDING KIDS) MUST HAVE A TICKET.
In just about two hours, our performing artist will guide you through a painting step-by-step. At the end of the night, take home your own unique masterpiece--you will be amazed by what you can do!
We provide everything you will need for use at the event: 16 x 20 canvas, paints, brushes and even a smock. You just bring your fun-loving friends and have a few drinks!
Please arrive 15-30 minutes prior to start time, especially if you have a large group. This will secure seating with your friends and allow you to order your drink before the event begins.
*No food or drink is included in your ticket price and must be purchased at the restaurant. Please note: This is NOT A BYOB event.
Help keep your artist from becoming a starving one: Tips are not required - but appreciated!
Fat Ptarmigan is located in historical downtown Anchorage, AK. We serve authentic, wood fired pizza in a warm, inviting environment with a focus on service and attention to detail. We reach this goal with our wood-fired oven, house-made mozzarella, and specialty ingredients. Pop in for lunch or dinner and get some SteamDot prepared coffee or a locally brewed beer along with your meal. Afterwards you can split a plate of our cannoli's or a cup of divine gelato. Chef Guy Conley was born and raised in Alaska, growing up with a passion for cooking. At the age of 20 he ventured off to Portland Oregon to attend Western Culinary Institute. Guy was honored with a 2010 James Beard nomination for the best Chef Northwest category. Address 441 W. 5th Ave. Anchorage, AK 99501 Website http://fatptarmigan.com/
I’ve loved art since I was a kid. It was always my favorite subject in school, and I chose it as an elective growing up as often as I could. I think growing up in Alaska really helped with my love for art. The cold winters are the perfect time to curl up inside with a canvas or a sketch book. Alaskan sunsets, especially in the winter with the alpenglow on the mountains, are the perfect landscape to want to replicate and have hanging somewhere in your home. Art for me has always been a way to relax, unwind, and have fun and I can’t wait to share that with you!