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Melbourne's Aquarium Is Doing Boozy Bottomless Painting Sessions

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Melbourne's Aquarium Is Doing Boozy Bottomless Painting Sessions

Paint and sip company Cork and Canvas is joining forces with SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium for an epic underwater painting experience, complete with bubbles, painting and turtles.

The Champainting sessions invite all you Picasso wannabes to immerse yourselves in the beauty of the sea with exclusive after-hours access to SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium.

If your painting prowess is more Kindy kid than Michaelangelo, don't stress - no experience is required to take part in the classes.

Credit: Cork and Canvas
Credit: Cork and Canvas
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The workshop will be held in the 2.2 million litre Oceanarium where budding artists will be surrounded with 360 degree view of all the ocean has to offer.

There's more than enough creative inspiration to get your creative juices flowing as guests explore unique marine environments and encounter some of the world's most incredible animals including sharks, huge stingrays, penguins and seahorses.

Credit: Cork and Canvas
Credit: Cork and Canvas

But that isn't even the best part - Guests will also be given bottomless sparkling, wine and beer, as well as a drool-worthy grazing platter throughout the evening.

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Cork and Canvas Founder Melinda Janiszewski said of the events: "After a tough 2020 for Melbournians, we're thrilled to bring Champainting to Melbourne this year so everyone can have a very well deserved fun night out."

Tickets for Champainting on Friday the 18th and 19th of March (at 6 pm) are $140. Spaces are limited and tickets will sell fast, so grab your brushes and book at www.corkandcanvas.com.au.

Featured Image Credit: Cork and Canvas

Topics: Art, Australia

Jessica Lynch
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