BALI ART RETREAT
Let your soul relax and soak up the beauty of Bali, while artist Jacqueline Hill guides you in a week-long art workshop inspired by nature and culture.
A RELAXING TROPICAL ESCAPE
Leaving from Brisbane — travel from Sat 30 March to Sat 6th April 2019.
Tutoring from a multi-award winning artist and teacher Jacqueline Hill. With knowledge of the local language and familiarity with the city, Jacqui can guide you through Bali’s unique culture for an experience unlike any other.
Learn to sketch while sitting in beautiful gardens with inspiring topics of the colourful tropics and culture. Jacqui will provide all the materials as well as great tips on plein air and travel painting using pencil, inks and watercolours. This workshop suits complete beginners as well as confident artists.
Call us now on (07) 3202 9991 for more information
Jacqueline Hill is an award-winning Australian artist and a well-renown art tutor, experienced in guiding budding artists from total beginners to master students.
Paint & CREATE
Create your own beautiful paintings to take home and keep forever. Be inspired by the beauty of Bali’s culture and scenery.
Staying in a beautiful relaxing villa in Ubud. Most villas have their own private walled plunge pool in lush tropical gardens.
RELAX WITH THE BEST
Not only will you enjoy the company of fellow art-enthusiasts, but this trip is perfect for couples. Activities are available for non-creative partners.
with a $500 deposit
easy payment plans available –
call or message us for more details
Payment options include phone and internet transfer
Spend mornings learning the art of plein air painting, and then explore Bali in the afternoons with experienced tour guide Jacqueline Hill.
Beautiful accommodation in the heart of Bali’s beauty. Perfect to relax and paint. Breakfast included.
WORKSHOP & materials
You will be provided with the finest artist-quality materials and expertise on how to use them.
What our students say
“It’s such a happy, relaxing time & it’s all mine!! And Jacqui — encouraging, great teacher, crazy, lots of fun.”Rae
“Fabulous!! Amazing teacher!! Excellent content. Thank You Thank you Thank You !!!”Leanne
Do I need to take any art materials?
All art materials are included in the price! Even aprons.
What is the schedule?
In the mornings we will be learning plein air sketching and painting.
The afternoons are free time, and if you want you can join us in fun activities such as visiting the temples, rice paddy terraces, local markets and watching traditional Balinese customs and dance. Some of these extra activities may involve additional costs.
Are the villas air conditioned?
What clothing do I need to bring?
The weather is very warm and sometimes humid in Bali in March, so bring very lightweight clothing to suit very warm days. Casual comfortable cool clothing is the go.Comfy walking shoes are a must. We will have optional tours to some amazing special spots in Bali that involve a bit of walking.
It is always wise to also take a cardie and long pants (like lightweight leggings) just in case. You may not ever wear them!
How do we dress up for dinner at the villa and restaurants?
Dress VERY relaxed and cool. It’s very casual. We’re offering a dinner at a nice restaurant on the last night as an option, where you could dress up a bit more, but still comfortably cool.
How much are the evening meals?
Most evening meals at the villas are around $10 – $20. On one night we are going out to a lovely restaurant that’s a bit special that charges more, like Brisbane restaurants. And they have lovely cocktails that are worth a try!
Do I need a Visa?
Nope. Bali and Australia have an agreement that no Visa is needed. But your passport needs to have at least 6 months left on it and be undamaged.
What is the currency in Bali?
How much local currency should I bring?
You can use credit cards nearly everywhere you go except local markets, although card skimming can happen so you should always go into a bank to convert, or convert Australian $ notes into rupes with a trusted local (like the villa management). The villa management can also direct you to safe currency conversion places. Australian $ are also widely accepted, but don’t depend on it.
For how much you spend, it’s only when you’re out and about at market stalls or little local shops that you need cash. The villa takes cards for all your meals or extras
What vaccines will I need to go to Bali?
The best thing to do is check with your GP!
The important vaccines to be up-to-date with are the standard Tetanus and Hepatitis A, but we recommend talking to your GP about vaccines for Ubud, which is an inland Balinese town.
(07) 3202 9991
67 Sugars Rd, Bellbowrie
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia