Creative team building – Art Jamming

When people mention ‘team-building’, images of boring sessions, communication coaches, and generic ice-breaker exercises may come to mind. These traditional team building activities might be once effective for forging and creating bonds among colleagues. However, in recent years, companies are getting more and more creative with team building activities!

Having team building with art is a fun, unique and exciting alternative to a traditional team-building activity! There are many arts-related team activities. Art Jamming is a fun method to encourage bonding and creativity within the teams. Do you know all of us are born with an element of creativity?

Drawing, coloring and many other forms of art are often one of the easiest ways to inspire creativeness in young children. However, as we grow older, the creativity in us just evaporated and disappeared.

Our art jamming team building sessions allow the participants to rediscover their creativity and imagination once again! This newly discovered creativity and imagination will lead to a creative masterpiece that will amaze themselves too!

Usually, our art jamming activity will allow teams to express their companies’ values through brush strokes. We will highly encourage individuals to form into different small groups to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to participate and contribute to the art process.

Art facilitators will be available for every session to guide participants within the teams. Our art jamming sessions allow teams to utilized skills such as collaboration, listening, and leadership. There are many other benefits to our Art Jamming sessions such as allowing us to tap into the teams’ energy and creativity, allowing the company to express their core values visually, encourage teamwork and more! The best thing is, participants get to keep their own masterpiece!

Our Art Jamming sessions can be conducted both indoors or outdoors and groups of all sizes are welcome!  Prices start from only $26/pax. Book your session with u now!

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