Frequently Asked Questions
1) What is the difference between Unguided art jam and Liberty art jam?
Unguided Art Jam has no guidance at all and only questions regarding placement of equipments will be answered. Unguided art jam cost $25/pax for 2.5 hours. Liberty Art jam includes guidance from instructors in terms how to kick start the work and troubleshoot questions. Minor demonstrations will be shown if required. However, instructors are not obliged to help participants paint his/her painting.
Unguided Art Jam cost $25/pax for 2.5 hours
Liberty Art Jam cost $35/pax for 2.5 hours.
*Do note that prior booking is required for all art jamming sessions & sessions are subjected to availabilities
Unguided art jam sessions will be strictly from
Tuesday- Friday : 10am - 5.30pm (3pm latest booking).
Liberty Art Jam
Tuesday - Friday 7pm - 9.30pm
Saturdays: 4.15pm - 6.45pm
Sundays: 12.30pm - 3pm or 3.30pm - 6pm
2) Can I extend my painting session?
For unguided art jam, there is a charge of $10 for any additional hour
For Liberty Art Jam, no extension is allowed as we need to close on time to respect our instructors' personal time.
3) What if I am unable to finish my painting in one sitting and come back another time to finish it up, must I pay for two sessions?
We want each art jammer to take their time to create a piece they truly love and can take home, so you’re more than welcome to finish up in another sitting (as long as we have space in our storeroom). If you're staying for a second session or returning to complete your artwork, the rate of S$35/pax for the subsequent session(s) still applies. The money that we receive from our Liberty Art Jam sessions helps us to pay our rent + utilities, purchase materials and engage our instructors to keep Liberty Art Jam running ☺ Alternatively, you can opt for the unguided art jam sessions ($25/pax) to complete your painting depending on your preference.
Scenario 1 (Liberty Art Jam)
If Sam booked two sessions on Sunday to paint, the rate is $70/pax.
If Sam booked a session on Friday night, the rate is $35/pax.
If Sam booked another session on Saturday to finish his artwork, the rate for that session is still $35/pax.
4) Can I request for an extra canvas?
Sure, if you are a fast worker why not? An extra canvas will be an additional of $10 per canvas.
5) What if I want to upsize or downsize my canvas?
We only have upsize available to 50cm x 60cm at $50 or
90cm x 60cm at $100 where 2 person can share 1 canvas.
6) Do I need to bring my own materials?
Nope! All art materials are provided. When you turn up, you will be greeted by our humble pantry, a room full of canvas + easels,
and of course, soon-to-be-homies. You can bring sugar, spice and anything nice to share with the community.
Materials provided: 16"x 16" / 16" x 20" canvas, acrylic paint, paintbrushes, palette knives, sponges & apron.
8) What if I have no art experience?
We embrace the presence of each art jammer and try to ensure that nobody will be lost in the process. We assure you not to worry if you do not have prior art experience. Tips will be given to kick-start your creative flow. No worries, just come and have fun! ☺
9) Who is suitable to join our art jam sessions?
For Liberty Art jam, we require a minimum of 8 years and above to join the session due to the long duration of 2.5 hours which is not suitable for younger kids' attention span. For the consideration of other Liberty art jammers, we refrain kids younger than 8 years old. Do note that accompanying adult is not allowed unless he/she is joining the session as a participant. As getting into our studio requires a flight of stairs down, our studio will not be wheelchair bound friendly.
For senior folks, we welcome you too! Do let us know if you have any underlying medical condition.
For Unguided Art Jam, kids below 8 years old will require one accompanying adult. Accompanying adult is encouraged to join the painting session, 1 kid strictly to 1 accompanying adult.
10) My friend wants to come and hang out while I paint. Can they come and not paint?
Sorry, only people who have reserved a slot to paint in our Art Jam sessions are allowed. If your friend would like to join you, persuade him/her to paint with you!
11) What if I'm late for Liberty Art Jam?
Do inform us beforehand if you are going to be late, don't leave us hanging! Sessions will still end on time so please be punctual!
12) What facilities are there?
Other than our painting tools/materials, we have equipment such as a mini-fridge, a Nespresso machine, and our humble pantry. We also have one toilet that is kept sparkling clean.
13) Do you sell food in your premise?
No, but there are many great food options available around! Check out our Foodify section for recommendations around our neighbourhood.
14) Can I bring my own food to your premises?
Yes, you may. However, try to avoid strong smelling food (e.g. durian or McDonald's) in consideration of our other art jammers. Foods such as sandwiches are sushi are okay. Feel free to bring your own booze!
15) Can my children accompany me to Liberty art jam?
Refer to FAQ No. 9) We have regular children's art classes if you are keen to let your child begin his/her journey in the artistic world. Do note that we do have a waiting area in our studio for you to hang around.
16) What if I am unable to finish my work? Can I leave it at your studio and continue another time?
Oh no, our storeroom has run out of space! We highly advise that you complete within the stipulated time. If you have kept your artwork in our studio, it may be difficult for you to continue when you return. Do note that any work that is unclaimed after 6 months will be repurposed.
17) Are pets allowed on your premises?
No. Our house pet, Danny the Dinosaur, might scare your pets away.
18) Is there parking?
Yes, there is a multi-storey carpark in Textile Centre.
On Weekdays and Saturdays, parking ranges from $2 - $2.50/hour depending on the time. On Sundays, parking is $2.50/per entry.
19) Is Liberty Art Jam a charity initiative?
No, we are an independent art studio that needs to survive, sustain and grow. Through The Honour System we hope to build a culture that puts its faith in humanity, not just regulations.