Art Attack Team Building Creative Painting Thailand. Your group will be divided into smaller teams for this fun team building Thailand art event. Each team is then given art materials which could be either coloured pencils, watercolours pastels, gouache and canvas.
This team building event can be tailored to suit individual teams’ requirements and the subject of your art workshop (including materials) can be decided in advance of the event.
The team building workshop may differ depending on the size of the group. For small groups each participant would be required to create their own individual artwork while large groups would have teams create a team painting/drawing. On completion the artwork sections are placed together to form a final masterpiece!
Painting and drawing is an outlet for self expression and a great stress reliever. Breaks are given throughout this event enabling participants to freely walk around and look at each others artwork. You will be amazed at the quality of artwork your teams can create and this is one event you can physically take away with you at the end.
Art Attack Team Building Painting
Our Art Attack Team Building event is heavily focused on creativity and communication enabling team members to exchange ideas and information throughout the team building session.
Definitely one of the best and initiative team building events. Excel Solutions Asia did a great job at coordinating and executing our “Missing Link”. The whole team found the activity a truly remarkable experience.Not only was the event incredibly fun, but also brought everyone together and created great momentum and energy. It helped strengthen our team spirit and collaboration across culture. Everyone enjoyed and played with the orphaned kids, riding bicycles and drawing pictures were definitely the highlights of the event. This truly reflected Avery Dennison’s culture and was a great opportunity to contribute back to society. We would like to express our thanks to you and your team for arranging such a successful team building event for our colleagues… Irene Lai, Avery Dennison