All that time you spent on Youtube, Instagram, Facebook and Reddit deep-diving into the craft that intrigued you because it showed up on your feed – you might know a thing or two by now. Even if you’re totally not a nifty person, practice makes perfect! We want to allow for people to do things their way, not anyone else’s. Our studio will provide guidance as required if you want to try a craft that you’ve not experienced before!
You will also have an instructor with you, assisting and troubleshooting along the way! We will not stop you from giving it a shot as long as we do not deem you as unfit. We would strongly recommend you get inspired with a design before coming, and rest assured that you will be a pro by the end of the session.
No discrimination; we do not care if you are a designer or an accountant. We welcome anyone who wants to be in a creative space. That’s the whole point!
We are committed to providing a private and safe space away from a very judgmental society, so please don’t hesitate to drop by! We will gladly walk you through our space and make sure to accommodate any requirements you have for a safe work / maker space! We look forward to seeing you!
Definitely. All incomplete work can be stored at the studio for up to 7 days from date of session, and for the duration of package. After that, you may either pay for storage (price dependant on size) or it would be disposed of.
You may also extend your studio hours at a chargeable rate per hour, or come back another time to complete it at a small fee. 🙂
OF COURSE! We love learning new things and spreading knowledge on all kinds of things! We’re also open to space rentals. Speak to us to find out more.
Yes, definitely. Please reach out to us to find out more.
We would love that! Yes, as long as the studio feels that the work is profitable, we would love to add your piece to our collection. A fee of 20% will be charged based on selling price once the piece is sold.
Hell yeah! Bring them to us and we might display them at the studio! 😄
Firstly, by telling all yo’ friends. Then, book a bunch of slots and donate some art equipment if you have them (subject to checks by the studio)! Art materials are expensive, that’s why people don’t create often enough. Or, you could donate to us! Gentle disclaimer: we’re not a charity organisation.