Art & Grape Under the Sea

Art and Grape

Dubai is an enchanting place where anything is possible, even an underwater art workshop! You’re invited to learn how to sip and paint with watercolours from a local expert in an underwater wonderland. The Lost Chambers Aquarium is the perfect setting for an unforgettable creative experience, especially for those who are inspired by the majestic and mysterious underwater world.

At the Art & Grape Under the Sea workshop artists embark on a two hour creative journey under the tutelage of Dubai artist, Lillian Mackey. Surrounded by real-life underwater scenes, with over 65 000 marine species in the Aquarium, there is so much to capture the imagination, from schools of colourful fish to majestic rays and sharks.

This workshop caters for all abilities, from the watercolour newbie to those who need to brush up on their technique. Here’s your chance to capture the unique scenery of the Aquarium on canvas, with the dancing lights of the crystal clear water, the bright colours of the tropical fish, and even a glimpse of the ethereal ruins of the Lost City of Atlantis. Enjoy the experience even more with unlimited grape and canapés, and take your masterpiece home with you.

Underwater art

Enjoy the opportunity to share in a creative experience with like-minded artists and painting enthusiasts. The workshops are intimate affairs, hosting a maximum of 40 guests each, and with only four sessions available, booking is essential. Tickets are AED 395 per guest, which includes all painting materials and complementary wine and canapes. Check in at 8:15pm to start at 8:30pm. Whatever skill level you are at, there is a place for you in our art workshops. What better way to spend a Monday evening than by exploring the underwater world through the eyes of the artist?

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