Valentine’s doesn’t have to be just another cheesy holiday to avoid! We have planned some novel workshops and events for a variety of ages that are linked in one way or another to good old “Heart Day” (including a self-love workshop) that promises to help you get in to...
For the past year, 3:30 pm on a Monday and Tuesday heralded the arrival of young artists aged 5 – 12 for our Afterschool Art Club, excited to learn art techniques using different mediums to create beautiful pieces of artwork. Sticking with the avian theme, 4 – 8 years...
In light of the recent devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian to The Bahamas, Art Nest Creative Studio will be hosting a Paint and Sip fundraiser on Monday, 16th September as a part of its “Art Changes Lives” charitable programme.
Businesses are on track in Cayman when one small business donates to another. Melanie McTaggart, owner and founder of FINdetail, a small accounting and business services firm, has done just that with the recent donation of three pottery wheels to Art Nest Creative Studio.
Community collaboration is thriving at a local art studio in George Town. Art Nest creator Christina Pineda envisioned a creative community space with active participation from members of the creative industries when she created the studio in late 2016...
Art Nest Creative Studio, in collaboration with Conscious Cafe, is launching a new event which offers a creative spin on Sunday brunch. The event, Brunch and Brushes, starts on 28th October 2018 at 11:30am to 2:00pm. Each Brunch and Brushes event will be themed and guests will have the option of dressing in the themed costume.
Conscious Cafe by Saucha - Conscious Living is having its Grand Opening this Thursday, October 11 (starting at 7:30am for coffee and brekkie) culminating in our first joint happy hour event from 4:00 - 6:00pm where Chef Britta will be unveiling the Café’s full menu of consciously crafted offering with samples for guests to try. All are invited!
The Art Nest, Cayman’s newest creative community studio located in Pasadora Place, invited each guest to add their paint strokes to a community canvas. At the end of the evening, the blank canvas turned into a beautiful Cayman Islands landscape.
While Ms. Diaz meets with clients one-on-one at the Wellness Centre, a blossoming partnership with Art Nest has allowed her to expand into group work, including an ongoing class for young girls called “Art of Confidence.”
She said art therapy programs can often help clients process experiences and emotions that may be too complex or difficult to put into words.
Art Nest is an ambitious new venture which aims to develop and stimulate Cayman creativity. Situated in Pasadora Place on Smith Road, the venue will soon expand to offer 3,000 square feet of artists’ studio spaces, teaching and co-working space, as well as event and meeting space and an arts reference library.
Art Nest Creative Community Studio is inviting anyone interested in any of the creative industries in the Cayman Islands to attend a new monthly meet-up called “Saturday Night Creative” at 7 p.m. Saturday.