Be part of the largest collective painting in Switzerland!
Joining our creative forces
Unleash your creative potential by combining the principles of fun and creative expression!
Join a group of 42 children and adults to co-create the largest collective painting in Switzerland!
By covering all of the walls of the Painting Room with 42 white paper sheets, we are introducing a new concept: #togetherness – a new and different approach, inviting individuals, teams or companies to jointly create large paintings by leveraging the size and shape of our unique space.
It is fun, colorful, collaborative and most importantly it is impressive.
When and how I can join?
Between Jun 22nd and Jun 28th, Painting Room Basel welcomes you to paint whatever you desire on a blank sheet of paper. You can paint something completely new or in continuation of the neighboring painting.
Due to planning reasons, we kindly invite you to book your seat in advance on Eventbrite (sold out)
- Min 4 years old
- No artistic background required
- 1 Ticket = 1 Sheet of Paper which you can paint in up to 1 hour.
How it all started
Since 2016 at Painting Room Basel, through the Play of Painting we enable participants, kids and adults, to freely express and to recreate themselves in a safe place, free from pressure, competition or judgement – which ultimately leads to creativity and a free flow of expression and ideas.
This is our approach to help you thrive in a very uncertain future in which your creativity and enthusiasm will make the difference.
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[…] diverse. După o săptămână plină de culoare și entuziasm, pictura a fost declarată: „the largest collective painting in SWITZERLAND”. Pentru a continua călătoria europeană și pentru a asigura continuitatea picturii, ultimele […]
[…] Proiectul #togetherness a început în iunie 2019 în Basel, Elveția cu 42 participanți de vârste și naționalități diverse. După o săptămână plină de culoare și entuziasm, pictura a fost declarată: „the largest collective painting in SWITZERLAND”. […]
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