You don’t need to be an art aficionado to be creative: art jamming—a social painting experience—has grown in popularity in recent years. The appeal stems from a judgment-free environment where you can create masterpieces to your heart’s content.

Bond with friends and family, and take home a canvas that you can display in your living room—here are some places to wield your paintbrush.

Art jammers at Liberty Art Jam at Artify Studio

Liberty Art Jam at Artify Studio
Participants’ works of art being displayed at Artify Studio

At Artify Studio, both the young and young-at-heart can get gloriously messy with paint during the parent-child jamming sessions. But if you want to take your kid’s art skills up a notch, there are friendly instructors on hand to give guidance or tutoring classes for those aged four to six.

Likewise, adults can level up through floral painting, watercolour painting, or brush calligraphy to create Instagram-worthy prints. The studio offers a range of workshops centred on a variety of themes and mediums, from calligraphy and watercolour sessions to acrylic painting lessons.

Liberty Art Jam (Artify Studio) at Textile Centre. 200 Jalan Sultan #08-05, Singapore 199018. +65 9011 1431.

Make an appointment before visiting. Appointments must be made at least one day in advance.

My Art Space

Set in Istana Park, this waterfront studio is a tranquil spot to wind down as you flex your creativity. Relax amid shrubs and flowers as you paint with like-minded souls.

The details elevate the experience here—you have refreshing fruit juice to sip on, unlimited acrylic paint to play around with, and a wet painting carrier to bring your masterpiece home in pristine condition.

My Art Space also offers classes at various levels, ranging from beginner foundation classes under the tutelage of professionals, to more advanced workshops for aspiring artists.

My Art Space at Istana Park. 31 Orchard Rd. Singapore 238888. +65 9012 9717.
Studio administrative counter opening hours: Mon, Tue & Thu 1.30-3pm; Sat & Sun 10.30-11.30am.

Make an appointment before visiting.

Participants painting at Arteastiq

Located in Orchard Road, Singapore’s premier shopping belt, this open-concept studio draws in droves of families, couples and groups of friends for its sessions, and it’s easy to see why with its many promotional packages for seniors, students, parties and groups.

Art jamming sessions include free flow paint, sponges and brushes, and a complimentary drink to boot. You can even pick your canvas size here—choose between a 60x80cm or 50x50cm canvas.

To complete your leisurely day out, head to the in-house café, which serves up artisanal teas and a variety of sweet treats and brunch dishes. We recommend ordering their high tea sets to indulge in French dishes, seafood or local delicacies.

Arteastiq at Mandarin Gallery. 333A Orchard Rd #04-14/15, Singapore 238867. +65 6235 8705.
Daily 11am-10pm.

Make an appointment to avoid disappointment.


Located in Goodman Arts Centre, Artefakts is your best bet if you’re looking for a laidback art jamming experience.

Each session lasts for two-and-a-half hours, and comes with unlimited acrylic paints, brushes and a stretched canvas frame. Sessions are limited to a maximum of 12 art jammers at one time, which makes for a more cosy and personalised experience with the space’s experienced instructors.

Besides art jamming, Artefakts also offers a range of craft workshops for culture lovers looking to learn the fundamentals of print making, rubber stamp carving or paper marbling.

Artefakts at Kampong Ubi Industrial Estate (Ubi Studio). Block 2007 Ubi Road 1 #06-444, Singapore 408701. +65 8189 4281.

Artefakts at Goodman Arts Centre (East Coast Studio). 90 Goodman Road #02-64 (Block O), Singapore 439053. +65 8189 4281.

Make an appointment before visiting.

Display of art materials at Boulevart, an art jamming studio

Stroll down to Boulevart, where reasonably priced jamming sessions await. Painters who prefer not to rush their craft can pay a small additional fee for every additional hour. You’ll be equipped with a disposable apron, takeaway canvas box and brand-new nylon flat brushes.

For a more in-depth experience, attend the workshops inspired by the greats—Cezanne, Monet, Van Gogh, for instance—or have a go at painting with glow-in-the-dark acrylics, flowers or even sand. If none of the sessions catch your fancy, there are also tailored classes that you can customise as you wish.

myVillage at Serangoon Gardens. 1 Maju Ave #01-03, Singapore 556679. +65 6816 2866.

Boulevart is temporarily closed for group sessions–Check out their private sessions and workshops here. Daily 11am-10pm.

Splat Paint House

Whether you’re looking to experiment with innovative art forms or unwind with friends and family, Splat Paint House is bound to make for an inspiring afternoon.

Unlike other art studios, you won’t be painting with brushes and easels here. Instead, get ready to fling, smear and splatter paint on the canvases provided, and unleash your inner abstract artist! If you are feeling challenged enough, check out Spin Paint House where you will get to create your own spin art using one’s own energy on the studio’s spin art tables.

Be sure to suit up in coveralls—provided by the studio—or come in clothes that you don’t mind being drenched in paint. After all, creativity is always a messy process!

Splat Paint House. 207A Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574346. +65 8882 0839. 
Mon-Fri 3-9pm; Sat & Sun 11am-9pm.
Make an appointment

Spin Paint House. 61 Kaki Bukit Place, #04-00, Singapore 416233.
Wed-Fri 3-9pm; Sat & Sun 10am-8pm.
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