Would you like to host a divine art event? Here are the simply steps how to:
First: -WHERE- Look around and see what area in your home, room(s) inside or outside that would work best. We will decorate by bringing in art and easels. We need an area sufficiently large to place 20 small to large pieces. If the weather cooperates and there is sufficient lighting, we could also take it outside!
Second: -WHO- Create a guest list. It's always fun to suit the audience to the party theme.
For a Coloring Book party, people who love crafts and have hobbies.
For an art party, everyone who loves art, home decor and organizing.
For a lecture, everyone who enjoys art, history and education.
Third, consider any age restrictions or other safe arrangements.
Fourth: -INVITE- everyone. This can be done via emails, phone calls or any way that you would like. Invitations are most successful when they are personal to each invitee and you express how excited you would be to have them attend.
Fifth, plan for no-shows so invite 5-10 people extra.
Sixth, now enjoy as RSVP's come in and do read the comments by guests.
Seventh: -PREPARE- for the party. What do you need to prepare?
For an art party, we need seating, a restroom, snacks and drinks plus spaces for easels and art. Since these are your friends and acquiantances, you can also make it a potluck.
For an art lecture, we need a smart TV, or a projector with a working remote so that we can click from image to image, plus comfortable seating, snacks and drinks. We also need space for easels and art. You can also make this into a potluck.
For a coloring book party, we need at least one table where people could try their hand at coloring. Make sure to place a pretty table covering which you don't mind getting dirty.
Basically, depending on the party, you can shop for supplies and decorations that you feel will enhance your theme.
Seventh: -PARTY DAY- The day of the party plan for us to show up with the easels and art 4 to 5 hours before the party begins.
PLEASE NOTE: Grace Divine or GraceDivine.com are NOT Nonprofit 501c(3) organization, so the costs of hosting a party or any other costs are NOT a deduction o deductible. In addition, the 10% credit as a result of art sales during the party are not a tax deduction.