Looking for new ways to socialise with friends, your partner or with people at work?  PaINTCLUB has the answer –  Established in 2015 by Artist and business woman, Aisling Kearney Burke is bringing art to life in a way for everyone to get involved.

PaINTCLUB applies to eveyone and anyone who loves to paint. Materials, canvas, paint, brushes, and aprons are provided, you just need to come along and join 20+ other people at your nearest PaINTCLUB pop up club across the country.

The business has grown from a one-woman operation with Aisling at the helm to now having nationwide team of six. “I knew what I wanted to do and PaINTCLUB the idea has now become a very real business. I am really enjoying the way people are looking at it as a night out with a difference,” explains Aisling.

PaINTCLUB have joined forces with some of the country’s best-known eateries and bars such as House Dublin and Tribeton right here in Galway to host Painting & Cocktail nights, so you can pair your masterpiece in the making with a cocktail and a few light bites! 

“People come along, with friends, on their own, have fun, paint, have a drink or two and have a good time, it’s very relaxing to just sit and paint! Paintclub is designed to be hassle free, you do not need to bring anything with you, we provide all the materials you’ll need, we want you to have a fun, social and creative night out. A local artist will then start by guiding you with step by step instruction on recreating the painting for the evening. It will be informal and you will have plenty of time to chat and by then end of the night, you’ll have a finished painting to take home with you,” says Aisling.

PaINTCLUB is currently operating in Galway, Kilkenny, Cork, Limerick and Dublin. For more information on how you can join the club see PaINTCLUB



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