Wine and Paint Classes are a fun, enjoyable way to earn money as a creative.
You don't need to be an expert artist (but you do need to know how to break a painting down into easy to follow steps)
Start Up Costs Are Relatively Low-You need painting supplies, aprons and easels to get started
People LOVE this type of "entertainment art"
You gain added exposure to your art work
You can grow your mailing list for your art work, events and classes with each class you teach
You can make a good chunk of money in a short block of time.
Overhead costs are very low if you don't have to maintain your own studio and use community spaces instead.
You get paid to do something you enjoy!
You get people excited about creating and perhaps ignite a spark that keeps them wanting to do more.
In short: This is a low risk, high-potential income source for creatives so why not give it a try? You won't order your materials until you get your first booking, so you really risk nothing in working to set up your first class.
Ready to begin?
Here are some posts to get you started:
Thinking About Teaching Wine and Paint Classes?
Create Your Own Classroom
Finding Places to Teach
Where to Buy Art Supplies
If you are serious about teaching wine and paint classes, grab my free worksheet and get your class booked in the next 30 days.