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  • Ages 21 & up
  • Language: English

$35 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Do something different with your night out and try a paint night! At the Original Paint Nite, our fabulous local artist Troy Paiva will walk you step-by-step to your own masterpiece. No experience necessary - go from blank canvas to complete painting in under two hours, all while you enjoy some specialty drinks at Coupa Cafe at the Stanford Golf Course, your new favorite local spot. Come down early or stay late to make it your best night out. Yaymaker events are always local, always creative, and will always bring the YAY to your week.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Coupa Cafe at the Stanford Golf Course located in Stanford, CA
Coupa Cafe at the Stanford Golf Course

Coupa Cafe at the Stanford Golf Course is a beautiful place to get creative with Paint Nite. With their beautiful views, full bar and new American restaurant serving Venezuelan specialties your sure to have a great time. Paint Nite will be held in the Main dining room.   

Your host

Yaymaker Host Troy Paiva located in Redwood City, CA

A peninsula townie, Troy was that kid that sat in the back of English class in high school drawing cars and planes.  In his 20s he worked as a graphic designer, eventually stumbling into a product design gig at Galoob Toys in SSF.  This frantic, sink or swim, art/design studio environment was his trial by fire, the place he learned to paint fast.  Troy is also an accomplished Fine Art night photographer.  His colorful and surreal images, shot in abandoned sites and junkyards all over the American West, have appeared in numerous US and EU galleries, and publications.  Troy's Paint Nite technique is laid back and playfull.  He will be keeping it weird!

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Verified Paint Nite Guest

The host cancelled. We did not get notification until the time the host should have e showed up. The event manager, apologized but made no attempt to fix the situation. She could have had someone show up at 6:30. Which is the time my event would have e

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