Studio Night: Jackson Pollock | NYC

2 hour in-person event

Event short description

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Jackson Pollock was a pioneer of the Abstract Expressionist movement in New York, known for his large scale action paintings. Learn about Jackson Pollock and create your own action paintings incorporating Pollock’s signature drip technique.

In-person event

The host can travel to your location or your guests can travel to the host's location.
See Location details below for more information.

Group size

This event supports 8 - 400 participants.

Group participation level

Medium - Guests will be sent a kit or prompted to participate in this event.

Event duration

2 hours

Full details

How it works

Each ArtsClub event has a certified art history instructor to teach the lesson on your group's chosen artist as well as a studio art instructor to assist with the art-making portion. The events last two hours and all art supplies are included. We also offer many different catering options including wine & cheese, assorted beverages, appetizers, dinner and dessert for an additional cost! All participants get to take home their completed artwork. Events can be held at our East Village Studio & Gallery, at your office or at one of our rooftop partners.

Things you'll need

Each guest will need to supply the items below to participate fully in this event.

  • Smocks will be provided but we recommend wearing clothes you won't mind getting dirty, just in case!

Location details

The host can travel to your location or your guests can travel to the host's location. Your host will be in contact with you after booking the event to coordinate your preference.

There is limited street parking available, we recommend public transportation

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ArtsClub brings people together to discover, learn about and create artwork. ArtsClub events are run by art historians and fine artists who believe that engaging with art has the power to enrich anyone’s life! No experience is necessary to enjoy ArtsClub events — only a desire to express yourself and get to know others through the process of discussing and creating artwork.