Corporate Team Artwork
At The Meraki we see art as a medium of expression. And we genuinely work towards amplifying a teams collective expression by creating art. Art team building activities are a great way to inspire each other, think outside the box, make each other’s imagination come to life and in the process create a more genuine connection between the members. Our artists will help your teams make art using a variety of techniques and guide your teams every step of the way. We offer a variety of artistic team building activities and custom packages.
Team Spirit in Art
Teams success hinges on collaboration and the foundation of every great team is a direction that energizes, orients, engages its members and leverages strengths of individuals to achieve the common goals. We work with you to identify the team spirit you are looking to extenuate, and develop team engagement activities around themed art concepts. We have developed several concepts that can be tailored to add the team building element to them.
"Be a Master for the Day"
"Theme Based Free Flow"
Social art-working sessions are a great way to indulge your teams or a group of friends. Our artists get you started with a game, some basic painting tricks, color mixing ideas and lead you through a step-by-step painting lesson. Dwell in memories, build new, and spend quality time with the people you work with daily or share friendships with and build healthy connections.
'Last week the Orion team tapped into their inner Picasso! Thank you to our resident artist and team leader, Hima Anne, for facilitating the "Sip and Paint" virtual session where we created minimalist masterpieces!' - Orion Team
Connections We hosted connections magazine team on Sep 30, at a wine bar in Somerville for drinks and a custom developed art project. Our activity idea was based on their exclusive team building goals and the team executed the project perfectly. “ The Meraki team did a fantastic job, guiding my staff as everyone participated in our team-building exercise. Before the event, Meeta and Hima took time to get to know me and my staff. They created an exercise that was tailored for us. The end result