5. Cannabis painting classes
Puff Pass Paint is another new trend taking America by storm. Much like the wine and painting class, this offers customers the opportunity to relax and be creative. “I think that cannabis assists blossoming artists not only in feeling open-minded and relaxed enough to make art, but in actually enjoying the process, which is a huge part of creativity,” says Heidi Keyes, the artist behind the Puff Pass Paint brand.
You’ll need to offer this in the privacy of your home or workshop. You might also consider advising your clients to use Uber or Taxify to ensure no one drives while under the influence of weed.
Some tips for the creator of Puff Pass Paint when starting your own painting workshop:
- Have a strict BYOC – bring your own cannabis – policy as the legal stance of giving paying customers weed is still murky.
- You can partner with cannabis-related product makers, so your clients can try out their products for free.
- Ensure that all customers are over the age of 18.
- You will also need participants to sign an agreement saying they won’t consume more than a specific amount of the weed and that they won’t sell their product to your other clients.
“Cannabis helps us break out of our shells and rediscover the childlike wonder that exists in making art, in using our hands to paint and write and draw and play with clay,” explains Keyes.