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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Make some more YAY this week and come on out to an Original Paint Nite party at Craft Republic, your new favorite local spot. You'll laugh and lift a glass with your favorite people and oh yeah, create a masterpiece step-by-step in under two hours. Our master artist Taylor Grossman will guide you through the whole process - no matter what your experience level, you'll be amazed at what you can do. Follow the steps to make your chosen painting or go rogue and create something all your own! Anything goes. At Yaymaker, we are all about that extra YAY in your week and helping you explore your creative side.
THIS IS A 21+ EVENT ONLY! Tell the host you are attending Paint Nite. Check in with the artist, save your seats (first come first serve), & then enjoy your meal! Craft Republic is two floors of fun! Welcome to a new name, same good vibes! With 36 drafts on tap, extensive bottle selection, cocktails, burgers, flatbread, and other American-fare (including gluten-free friendly options), and three party rooms, we are your destination for a good time! The two ground floor party rooms (Green and Burgundy) are wheelchair accessible, sporting pool tables and dart boards. The outside patio faces towards the Sandia Mountains. The upstairs Mezzanine affords more privacy, with pool tables and dart boards, with stairwell accessibility only. When you paint with us on Skinny Stem Wednesday, you get half-priced martinis and $5 off bottles of wine!
Taylor Grossman has enjoyed creating art since he was a child. He never lost his sense of awe at people’s creativity and ability to make unique expressive pieces of art in all forms. This wonderment has always kept him driven to keep creating and learning new styles, forms, and mediums from when he was a child drawing, to college studying interdisciplinary film and digital media, to now having a full time job as a photographer and part time painter. Taylor loves sharing his knowledge and skills with people for the simple pleasure of seeing them discover their own artistic abilities, and having their own art adventures.