Paint Nite: Hawk Fan Forever


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$37 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Make some extra yay in your night out this week at an Original Paint Nite party! In just two hours you'll go from blank canvas to colorful masterpiece, all while you laugh and maybe share a few glasses of wine with your friends old and new. You'll be in great hands with our master artist Kaytie Smith #TEAMCOPPLOE, who will guide you through all the steps to follow, no experience necessary whatsoever! There ain't no party like a Paint Nite party - come join us at The Forum Restaurant & Bar in Tacoma this Sunday night and see what all the shouting's about! Yaymaker events are always local, always creative, and always a great way to make YAY.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called The Forum located in Tacoma, WA
The Forum Restaurant & Bar

  Enjoy our local atmosphere complete with historic charThe Olympus Hotel, which was founded by Olympia Brewing Company owner, Leopold Schmidt in 1909. The original back bar, which was built in France by Francisican Monks, remains the shining star of The Forum. Come see the history for yourself! Website The Forum Tacoma 815 Pacific Ave Tacoma, WA 98402  

Your host

Yaymaker Host Kaytie Smith #TEAMCOPPLOE located in Tacoma, WA

Kaytie Ivy Summer Storm Smith is a fine artist born and raised in Washington. In 2014, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Painting at Pacific Lutheran University. Art and teaching have long been passions of hers. Throughout highschool and college she shared her love for art with students of various ages as an After School Program Assistant. She enjoys continuing to spark creativity for all ages through Paint Nite. In her personal work, she focuses on the human figure and how humanity interacts with nature. You can follow her on Instagram @kaytieivyart to see her personal work and Paint Nite originals. Awards she has received include the Artasia Darrell Smith Memorial 1st place award, a Juror's Choice award from the 2009 Puyallup Fair Art Show, and the Kiwanas Club of Clover Park Art Award in 2010. In 2014, her series Waters of the Earth was showcased in the senior exhibition at Pacific Lutheran University. In her spare time, she loves to appreciate nature through photography, hiking, swimming and riding her motorcycle. She also enjoys spending time with her family.

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