Painting with Light in the Jungle 2019
Event Timing: Jan. 4 - Jan. 11, 2019
Event Address: PuntaMona, Costa Rica
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Email address *
Name *
What are your intentions with joining this class?
What is your artistic background and experience?
Have you studied with Amanda before?
Have you been to Puntamona before?
Share a few photos of your Art :)
What is your Instagram and or Facebook name?
Where will you be traveling from for this workshop? Will you need us to help arrange transportation once you arrive in Costa Rica?
Dietary restrictions *
Workshop cost:
$1295 incl: Tuition, basic materials, glamping, meals (travel costs are extra)*
$1380 incl: Tuition, basic materials, shared room, meals (travel costs are extra)*

Tuition includes room and board in two different options, three vegetarian organic meals per day, cacao ceremony, workshop with Amanda & Joe Bob and most materials.

Confirmation of Acceptance and Travel recommendations
You will receive an email to confirm acceptance once this form is filled out and information will be given on where to send the deposit of $300 (non-refundable) to secure your spot. You will then get further info on transportation and materials list as well as be included in a Facebook group for this specific workshop.

To check on prices of flights, fly to San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO) on the 3rd of Jan. and stay over night at Selina hostel then a shuttle is being arranged for our group to Manzanillo (4-5hr) where a boat will pick the group up. The group will be scheduled to leave Puntamona on the 11th of January and one should plan to not fly out before the 12th from SJO. It is a 4-5 hr drive from Puerto Viejo (larger coastal town near Manzanillo) to San Jose.
You can choose to stay longer or have an alternate route of arrival.

Cost for group shuttle and boat on 1.4 from San Jose to Manzanillo and back on 1.11 will be around $100.

Statement of Intention and Disclaimer from Amanda Sage
It is understood that this is a painting class where the visual expression is explored and not advertised as therapy, though making art usually is:) We (myself, Joe Bob and any guests) are artists and not therapists here to offer new windows into techniques and ways of seeing. We are not responsible for any injuries incurred enroute to, at and leaving the workshop. We are in service to creating a safe container to explore our visions while offering methods for translation into the physical.
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