GSU alumna and ArtzyBella founder Ashley Daramola will lead the 1 1/2 hour course. Since spaces are limited, participants are asked to register for the course by Thursday, May 14. The cost is $15, and supplies will be shipped to participants' homes.
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The paint-n-sip course is part of ArtzyBella's ongoing partnership with GSU, according to the studio's Instagram page. It follows Daramola winning a $10,000 grant in March from her alma mater's 2020 Cohort of Main Street Entrepreneurs Demo Day.
At the event, Daramola won first prize in the Startup Stage. The $10,000 check her company earned will go toward the ArtzyBella box, a monthly subscription kit that aims to help people kick-start their mental health journey through art therapy.
The boxes, which contain two art activity kits, have since gone into prerelease for $35 and will be shipped on or before July 4.